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What future for cities?

The second session of our Brussels-based series ‘Imagine the Urban Future’ will take place on 25 April, and we have some impressive speakers lined up:

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publication date : 28-03-2018

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Vienna wins EUROPEAN MOBILITY WEEK Award 2017

EUROCITIES member Vienna takes home the prestigious award presented to the cities judged to have done the most to raise awareness of sustainable mobility during the last EUROPEAN MOBILITY WEEK (16-22 September 2017).

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publication date : 26-03-2018

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New mobility and the transformation of cities conference takes place in Stuttgart

The event is addressed to municipal practitioners, decision makers, researchers, entrepreneurs and initiatives from civil society and combines presentations with practical activities, such as trainings, interactive workshops, excursions and contact forums.

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publication date : 23-03-2018

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60 cities ready to involve, inspire and impact!

‘Cities4Europe – Europe for citizens’: involve - inspire - impact

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publication date : 22-03-2018

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Topics of the 4th Urban Innovative Action calls announced

The European Commission has announced the selection of 4 topics for the 4th UIA Call for Proposals to be launched in October 2018.

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publication date : 16-03-2018

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(Re)Invent digital mobility!

Our member Rennes Metropole organised on 14-17 March 2018 the first conference on digital mobility. The event consisted in a part open to experts , In, and a living lab in the city open to citizens, Out.

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publication date : 16-03-2018

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publication date : 14-03-2018

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EUROCITIES Statement on Transport Automation in Urban Areas

Europe’s major cities recognize the potential of automated vehicles to make urban transport safer, cleaner, more efficient and more inclusive, on the condition that their deployment supports the strategic long-term objectives of a city’s sustainable urban mobility plan. Many European cities are already playing an active role in the transition towards transport automation by conducting pilot projects or by exploring how to adapt local regulatory frameworks, and it is therefore important...

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publication date : 12-03-2018

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Participate in a survey about new modes of transport

Survey on car-pooling, car-sharing, bike-sharing and many more new form of transport.

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publication date : 12-03-2018

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SUMPs-Up call for cities to join next round of its learning programme

Does your city want support in developing a package of measures for a Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (SUMP)? Do you want to learn more about the processes behind doing so? Then apply to join the next round of the SUMP Learning Programme (SLP) from CIVITAS SUMPs-Up!

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publication date : 09-03-2018