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Intermodal transport refers to the use of at least two different modes of transport during one door-to-door journey. The level of integration in terms of ownership, operation or usability is an important aspect of intermodality. Improving intermodal transport requires the development of seamless integrated transport chains.

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By lauraschubert / Updated: 24 Sep 2021

CIVITAS Forum Conference 2021

The CIVITAS Forum is a bi-annual event hosted by the CIVITAS Initiative that celebrates, promotes and encourages sustainable cities and sustainable urban mobility advancement across Europe.

Hosted this year in Aachen, Germany, the conference will be guided by the central theme 'Smart routes towards climate-neutral cities'.

The CIVITAS Forum 2021 will take place on 20-21 October 2021. It is a hybrid conference, with participants joining on-site in Aachen (Germany) and online.

By dana.agrotti / Updated: 05 Oct 2021

Integrating urban design and infrastructure to accommodate public transport

POLIS has launched a webinar series delving into the future of public transport. Across a series of exclusive events, they look towards the next generation of public transport, from automation to decarbonisation, shared mobility hubs to MaaS, infrastructure to inclusion, while identifying the key challenges and laying the tracks for shared solutions.

By Sofia Pechin / Updated: 20 Jul 2021

Turin is looking for volunteers to test a 12-month MaaS trial

The city of Turin, in the north of Italy, has called for residents to volunteer to take part in a 12-month mobility-as-a-service (MaaS) trial. Applications opened on 2 July and will remain open until 2 August, and they are looking for up to 1100 participants. The trial will begin on 1 October 2021.
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Belgrade, finalist of the 9th SUMP Award – challenging reality meets ambitious targets

Belgrade, the Serbian capital and one of the most populated metropolitan cities of the Balkan region, was one of the finalists of the 9th SUMP Award, alongside the Greater Grenoble Area Mobility Authority (SMMAG) (FR) and Bilbao (ES). It earned this honour as a result of showing a clear and ambitious goal to implement its Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (SUMP) despite a lack of quality infrastructure for active and sustainable modes of transport.

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By Benjamin Baxter / Updated: 07 Sep 2021
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Multimodality made visible – Mobility Points in Baltic Sea Region cities

How can we transform our urban areas from car-dominated spaces to spaces for people? Can we support changes to the way that people travel in cities through the provision of multimodal infrastructure and options? How can we, together with our residents, create a city space for all?

These were the leading questions for the cities.multimodal projects (INTERREG BSR Programme 2017-2021), including 10 cities around the Baltic Sea as well as numerous expert partners.