InfoPolis now follows a fortnightly rhythm, and we are pleased to provide you with October's second edition. Last week, you also received the public newsletter of Polis in which we inform a wide group of stakeholders across Europe about major news from the network and our members. If you want to follow the quarterly public newsletter sign up here.
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Yours sincerely, Sylvain Haon
Utrecht is CIVITAS City of the Year
Polis member Utrecht just won the CIVITAS Award for Innovation and CIVITAS City of the Year Award! The awards were presented at the CIVITAS Forum 2011 in Funchal. Congratulations!
Updated Agenda of 2011 Polis Conference
The latest programme of the Annual Polis Conference, which takes place 29-30 November 2011 in Brussels, is online. Register quickly if you haven't done yet, seats are limited and highly demanded.
Large scale survey prepares the new Flanders Regional Mobility Plan
A large scale survey held in the Flanders Region shows that road safety is the main concern of the respondents. Speed comes second. The survey was held in preparation of the new regional mobility plan, to be launched in 2012.
Polis member Utrecht wins CIVITAS Award for Innovation and CIVITAS City of the Year Award
Utrecht was recognised as CIVITAS "City of the Year" City on 17 October at CIVITAS Forum 2011 in Funchal and dominates the EU Awards for Sustainable Public Transport Solutions. Ghent (Belgium) was the winner in the third category Public Participation.