Welcome to the February edition of the Eltis newsletter.
This month we share the release of the Turkish and Romanian translations of the SUMP (Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans) guidelines and the '21Heroes2021' publication celebrating the efforts of 21 individuals in the transport sector in 2020. We also highlight the importance of urban mobility in Europe's Beating Cancer Plan, a new call for EU Green Week 2021 'Partner Events' and encourage you to participate in the open public consultation for the revision of the TEN-T Regulation.
In addition, we feature a pre-feasibility study looking at traffic management in Tallinn, a new 'Mobility-as-a-Service' report for public transport authorities, and recommendations for procuring electric vehicle charging infrastructure.
Finally, we share case study examples looking at the impact of COVID-19 on urban mobility, as well as the promotion of active transport modes in Oslo, Norway.
Please note that the home page of the Eltis website is frequently updated with details of useful online networking events and webinars. Many of these events are arranged at short notice, so it’s worth checking in on a regular basis.
The Eltis team