Eltis Spotlight

The City of Groningen has been announced as the host of the 6th European Conference on Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans in 2019. The news was announced by Maja Bakran Marchich, deputy Director General of DG MOVE, during the closing plenary of the 5th SUMP conference.

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The latest issue of the Eltis Newsletter features news on improvements to Amsterdam’s mobility system, warnings against fuel derived from non-recyclable plastic waste and the latest progress in modernising Europe's transport system.

15 Jun 2018 - Urban mobility planning, Public and stakeholder involvement, Walking and cycling
14 Jun 2018 - Traffic and demand management
13 Jun 2018 - Policy and research, Clean and energy-efficient vehicles
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