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Our mobility forum promotes sustainable urban mobility, and aims to raise awareness of the contributions being made and challenges met at local level


The increasing volume of road traffic in urban areas leads to a wide range of problems: congestion and accidents, air pollution and noise, harm to the environment and to citizens' health.

Our members are committed to promoting more sustainable and integrated urban transport systems, providing citizens with convenient and accessible public transport, and protecting the safety of pedestrians and cyclists.

Transport policy in Europe has recently been dominated by the concept of sustainable mobility, mainly focused at EU and national level. We are engaging with the EU institutions and member states to press the importance of the local level and help cities to develop and implement more environmentally and user-friendly transport policies.

2014 priorities

  • Follow-up on the Transport White Paper

  • Financing and funding urban mobility

  • Smart, connected and inclusive urban mobility


members

Amsterdam  -  Angers Loire Metropole  -  Antwerp  -  Athens  -  Barcelona  -  Barrier free city foundation  -  Belfast  -  Bergen  -  Berlin  -  Bilbao  -  Birmingham  -  Bologna  -  Bonn  -  Bordeaux  -  BrabantStad  -  Bratislava  -  Bremen  -  Brighton & Hove  -  Bristol  -  Brno  -  Brussels Capital Region  -  Budapest  -  Burgas  -  Cardiff  -  Charleroi  -  Chemnitz  -  Cologne  -  Copenhagen  -  Dresden  -  Edinburgh  -  Eindhoven  -  ERDF  -  Essen  -  EUROCITIES Brussels Office  -  Florence  -  Frankfurt  -  Gaziantep  -  Gdansk  -  Genoa  -  Ghent  -  Gijon  -  Gothenburg  -  Grand Nancy  -  Grenoble  -  Hamburg  -  Helsinki  -  Istanbul  -  Kapsch TrafficCom AB  -  Karlsruhe  -  Karlstad  -  Kharkov  -  Kiev  -  Konya  -  Leipzig  -  Lille  -  Lisbon  -  Ljubljana  -  Lodz  -  London  -  Luxembourg  -  Lyon  -  Madrid  -  Malmo  -  Manchester  -  Mannheim  -  Matosinhos  -  Milan  -  Munich  -  Munster  -  Murcia  -  Nantes  -  Netwerkstad Twente  -  Newcastle-Gateshead  -  Nice Cote d Azur  -  Nicosia  -  Novi Sad  -  Nuremberg  -  Odessa  -  Oslo  -  Palermo  -  Paris  -  Porto  -  Prague  -  Rennes Metropole  -  Riga  -  Rome  -  Rotterdam  -  Rzeszow  -  Seville  -  Sheffield  -  Sofia  -  Stockholm  -  Strasbourg  -  Sunderland  -  Tallinn  -  Tampere  -  Tbilisi  -  Terrassa Metropolitan Area  -  Timisoara  -  Tirana  -  Toulouse  -  Tours  -  Turin  -  Turku  -  Utrecht  -  Vantaa  -  Varna  -  Venice  -  Vienna  -  Warsaw  -  Zagreb  -  Zaragoza  -  Zurich

chair

Mannheim
Christian Specht
first deputy mayor

 

 

vice chair

Utrecht
Frits Lintmeijer
deputy mayor for transport, culture and international affairs

 

 

EUROCITIES staff contact

EUROCITIES Brussels Office
Vanessa Holve
Policy advisor
vanessa.holve@eurocities.eu

 
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