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documents for mobility

  •  mobility

The status of SUMPs in EU Member States

The “Status of SUMPs in EU Member States” report aims to support the advancement of national SUMP programmes by highlighting the main findings of a joint CIVITAS SUMPs-Up and PROSPERITY study. It summarises the status of SUMP and national SUMP programmes in all 28 EU Member States and elaborates recommendations for countries interested in developing their national programmes.

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publication date : 15-10-2018

  •  mobility

Statement on CO2 emission performance standards for new heavy-duty vehicles

The EUROCITIES Statement on CO2 emission performance standards for new heavy-duty vehicles is now out.

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publication date : 10-10-2018

  •  environment
  •  mobility

EUROCITIES statement on the ambient air quality directives fitness check

Poor air quality leads to more than 400,000 premature deaths per year in Europe - the urgency to act for clearer air is clear. Cities and urban areas, where 75% of EU’s population live, are where the effects of poor air are felt the most.

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publication date : 04-07-2018

  •  mobility

EUROCITIES forum leaflet 2018 - mobility

A leaflet featuring the activities of EUROCITIES mobility forum

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publication date : 07-06-2018

  •  environment
  •  mobility

Green EUROCITIES for a greener future

Find our special EU Green Week 2018 publication below

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publication date : 22-05-2018

  •  mobility

EUROCITIES Statement on the Clean Mobility Package

Clean mobility is a priority for European cities. The impact of transport on urban air quality and the climate has direct consequences on the health of citizens and strength of our cities. The Clean Mobility Package aims to stimulate the market uptake of low- and zero-emission vehicles and strengthen the deployment ambition of alternative fuels infrastructure. Ambition and a recognition of the local dimension are a necessary starting point to harness the potential of cities and support...

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publication date : 03-05-2018

  •  knowledge society
  •  mobility

EUROCITIES Statement on Transport Automation in Urban Areas

Europe’s major cities recognize the potential of automated vehicles to make urban transport safer, cleaner, more efficient and more inclusive, on the condition that their deployment supports the strategic long-term objectives of a city’s sustainable urban mobility plan. Many European cities are already playing an active role in the transition towards transport automation by conducting pilot projects or by exploring how to adapt local regulatory frameworks, and it is therefore important...

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publication date : 12-03-2018

  •  cooperation
  •  culture
  •  economy
  •  environment
  •  knowledge society
  •  mobility

publication

publication date : 07-03-2018

  •  mobility

EUROCITIES statement on EU rules on road charging schemes – ‘Eurovignette’

The proposed revision of the Eurovignette Directive 1 can play an important part in delivering a more sustainable transport system across the EU.

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publication date : 21-02-2018

  •  mobility

EUROCITIES statement on the interoperability of electronic road toll systems

Many European cities operate or are planning Urban Vehicle Access Restriction (UVAR) schemes, such as low emission zones and congestion charges, to address local mobility or environmental challenges. Effective enforcement against all users is important to ensure public acceptance of schemes.

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publication date : 21-02-2018