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InfoPolis #210
July 2019

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Editorial

Dear members,

Before InfoPolis embarks on a short summer break, I would like to highlight our next Working group meetings to look forward to:

As you can see, most of our Working Groups are combined with other key events, conferences or workshops in order to allow you to attend more than one meeting, at once. In particular, the first Polis Small and Medium-Sized Cities (SMCs) Platform meeting taking place in Bilbao is organised back to back with the Working Group on Clean Vehicles, on 26 September and a workshop of the ASSURED project, on 27 September 2019. There are limited opportunities for the reimbursement of travel expenses covered by the ASSURED project. Please, click here to benefit from this opportunity!

Last but not least, I invite you to consult the freshly released draft programme of our annual Polis conference taking place on 27-28 November in Brussels and to reserve your seat as of now!

Our bimonthly newsletter will be back on the last week of August.

I wish you a pleasant read and, above all, a pleasant and relaxing holiday break!

Kind regards,

Karen Vancluysen

Polis Secretary General


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Upcoming Polis Working Group meetings in 2019

Polis activities cover a wide range of areas which are structured into thematic pillars and delivered through Working Groups (WG). The working groups are open only to Polis members. However, external experts may be invited to attend as well. Here you can find the Polis Working Group meetings as of September 2019.

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European Week of Regions and Cities: Join the Session about Integrating New Mobility Services in Public Transport

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European projects

CIVITAS SUNRISE opens registration for its online course on co-creating sustainable mobility

From 2 – 30 September 2019, the European project SUNRISE will offer an interactive, self-paced e-course for practitioners in city administrations, who want to initiate and coordinate a co-creative process in one of their neighbourhoods.

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With the aim of continuing inspiring and informing European neighbourhoods on sustainable mobility practices, the SUNRISE project has opened a call for application for cities in Europe to join the take-up city (TUC) Group.

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CIVITAS Forum 2019: Draft programme is out!

This year, the CIVITAS Forum will take place in Graz, Austria from 2-4 October 2019. Stakeholders in the transport sector will spend three full days discussing on the latest mobility topics such as Mobility as a Service (MaaS), ITS and cycling, disruptive technologies and more.

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Joint final Lighthouse cities session during the European Week of Cities and Regions

On October 8, during the European Week of Regions and Cities in Brussels, the first three projects in the Horizon2020 funded Smart City Lighthouse Programme, REMOURBAN, Triangulum and GrowSmarter, will present their key findings at a joint event in Brussels.

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Around Europe and beyond

Join the "Bridge for Cities 4.0" conference in Vienna on 3-4 September!

Polis is proud to partner with the United Nations Industrial Development Organization for the event “Bridge for Cities 4.0”, which will explore the role of the Fourth Industrial Revolution in fostering urban innovation in cities along the Belt and Road and beyond.

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