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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 Ella Andrew / Updated: 02 Sep 2019

Cities Forum

The Directorate General for Regional and Urban Policies (DG REGIO) welcomes policymakers, urban practitioners, experts, researchers, sustainable cities promoters and all those interested in urban matters, to save the date for the fourth edition of the Cities Forum, which will take place in Porto, at the Alfândega Congress Centre.

By Angelo Meuleman / Updated: 23 Aug 2019

Shared Mobility Rocks

International Shared Mobility Symposium

Free of charge

Shared mobility on main stage! Because where does shared mobility come into its own better than on stage? The international event SHARED MOBILITY ROCKS immerses the audience in a full program of keynotes, panel discussions and jam sessions, glued together seamlessly with solid rock songs.

October 8th is 100% shared mobility. Because shared mobility becomes the sound of the coming years, and of the future, and is ready to pound the doors of our mobility.

By Hannah Figg / Updated: 03 Sep 2019
By Ella Andrew / Updated: 13 Aug 2019

EUROPEAN MOBILITY WEEK

Any town or city worldwide is warmly invited to participate in EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK. To take part, each town or city must commit to one or more of the three criteria below, which must be held during the week of 16-22 September (the week takes place on the same dates every year) to be eligible for registration. Only the official local authority of the participating town or city may register for EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK.

By SSPCR / Updated: 31 Jul 2019
By rswa178 / Updated: 06 Aug 2019

The Story of Turin's Transformative SUMP

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As the home of Fiat, Turin was long known as Italy's motor city. However, it is now making its mobility name in a different way and its SUMP sits at the heart of this transformation.

This video tells the story of its impact and what the future holds for Italy's third-largest city. Turin is a partner city in the CIVITAS SUMPs-Up project.

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By rswa178 / Updated: 24 Jul 2019

Action Plan for Sustainable Mobility in Madeira approved

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An Action Plan for Sustainable Mobility in the Autonomous Region of Madeira (PAMUS RAM) was approved at the end of June.

The plan is vital to efforts to transition towards clean, inclusive and safe transport in the Portuguese region.

It provides the Regional Government with an instrument that links the short-, medium- and long-term action strategy for the development of infrastructure and transport of the RAM, improving accessibility throughout its territory and providing more sustainable mobility and transport to residents and visitors.

By SSPCR / Updated: 24 Jul 2019
By rswa178 / Updated: 23 Jul 2019
By Thomas Mourey / Updated: 14 Jun 2019