TRACE newsletter N2 updates on the project’s recent achievements

The TRACE project will assess the potential of movement tracking services to better plan and promote walking and cycling in cities, and will develop tracking tools that will encourage the take up of walking and cycling measures. The TRACE project consortium has been working hard in the past months and two of its main achievements to highlight are the start of the work on developing the TRACE tools and the first Take-up group meeting. Read about them in the current issue of the TRACE newsletter.

Each issue of the newsletter also features an interview with a high level representative from a partner city or a TRACE expert. Now it is the turn of Plovdiv (Bulgaria).

Furthermore, the project has been quite active in presenting itself across Europe at prominent conferences such as TRA, ECOMM, the SUMP conference and many more. TRACE cooperation with Horizon 2020 sister projects has also been developing further and just one example of it is the invitation that TRACE received to join the FLOW Exchange City workshop.

To learn more, visit the TRACE website.