For twenty years, EUROPEAN MOBILITY WEEK has been raising awareness and inspiring action surrounding sustainable urban mobility. This year, the campaign enjoyed enormous success with a record-breaking 3,197 registrations from towns and cities across 53 countries.
The EU-funded SHOW project has launched an online public survey to gather opinions from a variety of stakeholders on which regulatory aspects need to be considered to create a level playing field for transport operators.
The new SUMP Topic Guide on Sustainable Neighbourhood Mobility Planning, which highlights how planning efforts at the neighbourhood level and at the city-wide level can complement one another, is now available.
The applications are open for the 2021 EUROPEAN MOBILITY WEEK Awards, the 10th Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning (SUMP) Award and the 2021 EU Urban Road Safety Award. Applications for all awards must be submitted by 31 October 2021.
This month, we highlight the success of this year's EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK campaign and ROADPOL Safety Days. We also remind you to apply for the next EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK Awards, the EU Urban Road Safety Award and the 10th Award for Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning, all with a deadline of 31 October 2021.
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