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Polis is a network of European cities and regions cooperating for innovative transport solutions. Rotterdam holds the Polis presidency in 2016.
Polis president Pex Langenberg, Rotterdam: "Cities are playing an increasingly pivotal role in Europe. This also includes actively bridging the gap between government and industry, between public and private initiatives." [continue]
The UK’s Transport Technology Forum, an independent voluntary body, has produced a guide about communication technologies for C-ITS which is intended to support policy developments.Read more
The London CITYLAB implementation is a trial of a scaling-up of a business model run by a large parcel carrier specialised in B2B deliveries (TNT) and a small ‘last-mile’ carrier specialised in electric freight deliveries (Gnewt Cargo).Read more
The 2016 road safety statistics released by the European Commission show a drop of 2% in the number of fatalities. The statistics for the first time include numbers about people suffering serious injuries following accidents. An EU target to reduce serious injuries by 50% by 2030 is expected to be the result of today's Road Safety Informal Council meeting in Malta, which Polis is attending.Read more
Copenhagen Electric, E.ON Denmark, State of Green and Copenhagen Capacity organises a workshop on 24 April 2017 to focus on building the market place for smart electro-mobility and roll-out action.
The Maltese Presidency together with POLIS, UNIFE, UITP and EUROCITIES will host a seminar on urban rail transport in Malta in Spring 2017
The final event of the CIMEC project will focus on sharing the main findings of the project and on next steps.