POLIS at The European Week of Regions and Cities

The European Week of Regions and Cities, an annual event dedicated to regional policies, will take place between 5 and 22 October 2020. This year the cities and regions will get the opportunity to present their achievements in three thematic areas:

  • Green Europe
  • Cohesion and Cooperation
  • Empowering Citizens

POLIS will be there! Do not miss out and register before 27 September!

Join all POLIS-led and featured sessions

Mobilizing people for active inclusive low carbon mobility

14 October, 14:30 – 16:00

The participatory lab will offer an opportunity to look into the experiences of 4 different INTERREG Europe projects (MATCH-UP, OPTITRANS and POLIS’ REFORM and e-smartec) on good practices and polices regarding behavioural changes and other initiatives towards accessible, inclusive and low-carbon mobility.

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Sustainable mobility in tourist destinations: Key solutions to replicate across the Mediterranean region

20 October, 14:30 – 15:30

Local governments and mobility stakeholders from across the Mediterranean region will be briefed on the most recent trends and innovative measures ready to be replicated on soft mobility, car-pooling and shared mobility, data for smart traffic management and mobility in tourist destinations. This session will showcase the Urban Transports Community (UTC) catalogue of replicable solutions on sustainable mobility in the Mediterranean area.

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Boosting clean e-mobility

21 October, 9.00 – 10.30

As the electrification in transport is taking off in cities and regions, we need to facilitate this development with a sustainable, long-term vision. The success of e-mobility depends on multiple factors, including the generation and provision of clean energy, wider user-acceptance and large-scale deployment of green transport. This online workshop will showcase concrete use cases and examples on how to overcome the common challenge in the electrification of urban transport through cooperation and networking of the European cities and regions, as per example of the projects Clean Mobile Energy, eCharge4Drivers, ASSURED and SOLUTIONSPlus.

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Don’t miss WeCount at the Virtual Exhibition area!

Come and check the first results of this Citizen Science project. WeCount does indeed engage citizens in traffic counting without leaving the comfort of their homes.

More information will soon be made available on the official website of the event.