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  • Added on 24 February 2017

    Behaviour change campaigns for cycling promotion: some lessons from the European Bike2Work project

    On 20 February 2017 the European Cyclists’ Federation together with the Permanent Representation of Malta to the EU organized an event to highlight the successful Bike2Work project’s campaigns and how to boost cycling in the work environment.

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  • Added on 22 February 2017

    2017 Velo-city Conference: Early bird deadline - 28 February. Register now!

    Polis member Arnhem - Nijmegen Region, the Netherlands, is to host the upcoming edition of the annual global cycling conference Velo-city 2017 from 13-17 June. Closing date early bird registration is on February 28!

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  • Added on 21 February 2017

    Brussels launches ‘Good Move’, a public consultation plan

    Pascal Smet, minister of mobility of the Brussels capital region, announced 'Good Move', a consultation initiative feeding into Brussels’ regional mobility plan 2018-2028 . ‘Good move’ will offer a platform where not only mobility experts but also residents, municipalities, associations, companies, and administrations can express their opinion on Brussels' long-term mobility plans.

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  • Added on 21 February 2017

    EMW and SUMP Award finalist cities revealed

    Polis members Berlin, Brussels, BKK Budapest and Rotterdam are among the cities shortlisted for the 5th European SUMP Award, which this year has urban freight as focus theme. The winner will be revealed by Violeta Bulc, European Commissioner for Transport and Daniel Calleja, Director General of DG Environment during a joint award ceremony in Brussels on 20 March 2017 for both the SUMP Award and the European Mobility Week (EMW) Award.

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  • Added on 21 February 2017

    Cities to discuss long-term investment at the European Parliament

    We invite cities to join a workshop taking place on 8 March at the European Parliament  in Brussels on "Long-term investments: Barriers and opportunities for regional and local authorities". The event includes a debate on the current Eurostat rules and their impact on regional and local public investments in several sectors such as transport, energy efficiency and waste management.

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  • Added on 16 February 2017

    Polis active on C-ITS, automation and MaaS

    Polis is organising a series of events in May in Brussels addressing respectively the topical themes of C-ITS, automation and MaaS: the CIMEC final conference on C-ITS will be held on 18 May and the Polis TE&M WG meeting on automation and MaaS will take place the day after.

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  • Added on 16 February 2017

    Feedback sought on C-ITS deployment roadmap for cities

    The EU project on C-ITS and cities, CIMEC, has now published a draft of the C-ITS Roadmap for European Cities. The Roadmap draws on an extensive consultation process with both city stakeholders and the ITS industry, and presents a practical and realistic view of how the urban C-ITS environment is likely to develop over the next 5-10 years.

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  • Added on 16 February 2017

    How to get involved in Urban Electric Mobility Initiative (UEMI) and the urban mobility SOLUTIONS

    The Urban Electric Mobility Initiative (UEMI) and the urban mobility SOLUTIONS network are calling for cities from Europe, Asia, Africa, Latin America and the US to become involved in the project’s innovation activities as leading city, take-up city or training participants.

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  • Added on 15 February 2017

    Brussels: terror attacks make people to cycle more

    The March 2016 terror attacks in Brussels caused a (temporary) modal shift towards cycling, reports Pro_Vélo, the Brussels cycling advocacy group. This is only a small aspect of a larger trend towards more cycling in the Brussels region.

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  • Added on 15 February 2017

    Invitation: ELIPTIC Multi‐purpose use of electric public transport infrastructure National Workshop (In German Language)

    ELIPTIC Partner Verband Deutscher Verkehrsunternehmen (VDV) is hosting a workshop that will start around lunch time and will give the participants of ElekBu the possibility to discuss Multi‐purpose use of electric public transport infrastructure outcomes and problems (in German). The ElekBu itself will have an English translation.

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