I am delighted to welcome two new members to the Polis network: Leuven (BE) and Donostia-San Sebastian (ES) are both dynamic cities with high ambitions for sustainable urban transport. Some of you may have exchanged with their representatives at last month's Polis Conference in Madrid, which allowed a number of new Polis members to engage with the network.
2014 marked Polis' 25th anniversary, which came along with three new position papers, a highly successful Annual Conference attracting members, mayors and ministers, and brought the Polis membership up to 73.
I would like to thank all of you for your energy and committment to the network, as well as for the excellent input and constructive feedback provided at this year's Annual General Assembly! All Polis members, part of the Polis Management Committee or not, can bring the network forward and steer the further development of our activities.
This is the final issue of InfoPolis this year. I wish you a pleasant read and soon a well-deserved Christmas break. We look forward to a continued fruitful cooperation in 2015!
Merry Christmas and all the best for the year to come!
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