InfoPolis #198
January 2019

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Dear members,

First of all, I would like to wish you a happy, healthy and successful 2019!

Our agenda for the beginning of the year is already quite busy. On 25-26 February, the Polis Working Group on Governance and Integration will hold its second meeting in Brussels on the topic of “Regulating new and shared mobility services”. The day after, on 27 February, the Clean Vehicles and Air Quality Working Group will gather for an exchange of best practices on zero-emission cities. That makes for an intense three days of interesting discussions: make sure to be there!

The deadline to join the last SUMPs-Up Learning Programme has been extended to Thursday 31 January. This is an excellent opportunity to get advice and support on how to finance and procure services for your Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan.

For an overview of the key events of 2019, please visit the dedicated page on our website. Talking about key event, please save the dates of this year’s AGA and Polis Conference: 26-28 November in Brussels!

I wish you a good read.

Karen Vancluysen
Secretary General


Polis invited to present in Paris City Council on the future of the boulevard périphérique

On 15 January Florinda Boschetti presented European examples in sustainable mobility planning to the 15th Commission. More info here.

Check out the overview of upcoming Polis Working Group meetings and 2019 key events

Read here.


Click here to view a list of all upcoming events.

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