Lessons from Dieselgate - what is next for cities? Register now for the urban mobility breakfast on 6 June!

Following Dieselgate, the European Parliament established a Committee of Inquiry into Emission Measurements in the Automotive Sector (EMIS). On 4 April, the final report of this committee was discussed and recommendations were voted during the EP’s plenary session in Strasbourg.

Two months later, EMIS chair Ms Kathleen van Brempt will look back at the enquiry and explain the potential of the EP recommendations to improve air quality in cities.

You will hear about Polis’ activities in the field of clean vehicles and fuels, and how our cities try to tackle the severe air quality challenges they are facing. Polis member London will present their experiences.

We invite cities and regions, their Brussels offices, the EU Institutions, European transport and city associations, and media representatives to join our breakfast.

Click here for more information and registration.