Regions and Air Quality Working Groups head to Gelderland

Save the date for the joint Regions and Air Quality & Clean Vehicles working group meeting in Gelderland! POLIS members will meet to discuss leading issues for regional governance, decarbonisation and electromobility.

Date: 11-12 September 2023

Location: Arnhem, Gelderland, Netherlands

POLIS’ Regions and Air Quality & Clean Vehicles working groups unite for a two-day in person event, featuring panel discussions, workshops and site visits traversing key issues shaping urban mobility in regions- and cities.

  1. Creating, measuring and monitoring mobility-related climate targets and measures
  2. Capacity for regions to structure and manage budgets/funding
  3. Low Emission Zones/Zero Emission Zones, adoption of Clean Fleets
  4. Charging infrastructure for Light-Duty and Heavy-Duty Vehicles
  5. Partnerships for sustainable mobility and decarbonisation

The event will be an opportunity to hear from policymakers, leading projects, and cutting edge research focusing on regional mobility governance, electromobility and decarbonisation, exploring key challenges around funding, measuring, monitoring and partnership creation.

There will also be chance to see first-hand the implementation of electromobility projects and a range of networking opportunities.

Registrations will open soon!


About the working groups:

Clean Vehicles & Air Quality Working Group

POLIS members share best practices and exchange knowledge on reducing transport-related emissions and accelerating the adoption of clean vehicles.


Regions Working Group

The Regions Working Group was established in response to calls from members for greater attention to regions’ unique mobility patterns and needs, and thus requirements to respond in different ways to many approaches taken by cities.

Regions across Europe have diverse competencies, politics, and geographies; however, they face many common denominators when it comes to mobility planning and governance. This Working Group explores leading mobility themes with a focus on regional governance approaches, challenges, and solutions.


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