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InfoPolis
Issue #42
November 2011

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Editorial

Dear members,

InfoPolis now follows a fortnightly rhythm, and we are pleased to provide you with November's second edition. We have increased the frequency of publication to improve our delivery of information which will be more regular and up-to-date.

Extended Database

To read the full InfoPolis articles, do not forget to log in to the members area at www.polisnetwork.eu! When you are logged in as a member, you will have access to a considerably enhanced database of documents, events and news compared to the public website. New documents available online are: the updated agenda of the Annual Polis Conference on 29 and 30 November in Brussels, the European Environment Agency's annual report on tracking transport indicators with reference to environmental targets, and a report on noise reduction in Alverra Netherlands, the winner of the 2011 Soundscape awards.

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Enjoy reading this issue of InfoPolis!

Yours sincerely,
Sylvain Haon


QUICK NEWS

Final Agenda of 2011 Polis Conference

The final agenda for the Annual Polis Conference 2011 is now available, which includes practical information on the venue and schedule. The conference is fully booked and members who haven't registered yet should register quickly here.

Calendar

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Polis Network News

New confirmed speakers at 2011 Polis Conference

Additional high-level speakers from both the European Commission (EC) and industry have been confirmed for this year's Annual Polis Conference:

Fotis Karamitsos is Director Innovative and Sustainable Mobility at DG MOVE in the EC; Andras Siegler is Director Transport at DG RTD in the EC; Keir Fitch is Deputy Head of Cabinet of Vice-President Kallas, European Commissioner for transport; and Patrick Oliva, Corporate Vice President in charge of prospective and sustainable development at Michelin.

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Members in action

Enhancing passenger mobility services in Toulouse

Enhancing passenger mobility services in Toulouse Tisséo-SMTC, the public transport authority of Greater Toulouse, has always been a pioneer in the development of innovative ticketing solutions: from its magnetic-based system to its current contactless technology-based solutions.

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News from the institutions

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Funding opportunities and partner search

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Around Europe and beyond

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