mobility

Mobility and the environment are fully interconnected. Our mobility forum seeks to strengthen the relationship between these issues, with a long-term goal of achieving a fully-integrated approach linking transport, environment and economic development.

We are committed to promoting sustainable and smart approaches to urban mobility, as well as promoting the safety of pedestrians and cyclists in cities. Our mobility forum provides cities with a platform to share best practices on these issues.

Our forum also gives members the opportunity to explore energy efficiency projects and developments being carried out by cities that have already signed up to the Covenant of Mayors initiative, through which city leaders commit to reducing CO2 emissions by at least 20% by 2020. 

Our members continue towards better air quality and reduced noise. We have contributed to the EU Year of Air 2013 by responding to the EU air quality review, as well as providing input into the revision of the environmental noise directive and vehicle noise regulation.

We are also closely following the developments of the ‘smart cities’ initiative, which promotes the uptake of energy efficient and low carbon technologies. 

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The first CIVITAS SUMPs-Up call for planning authorities is open

Is your city in the process of initiating, developing or implementing a Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (SUMP)? Is your city advanced and you want to take part in the uptake of SUMPs in European cities?

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publication date: 25-04-2017

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start date: 16-10-2017
end date: 18-10-2017

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event

start date: 31-05-2017
end date: 02-06-2017

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start date: 27-04-2017
end date: 27-04-2017

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Takeaways from the EUROCITIES Mobility Forum

The EUROCITIES mobility forum met on 15-17 March in the Portuguese capital, Lisbon, to discuss and share experiences on a new mobility model: building a city for all. As a finalist city for the EUROPEAN MOBILITY WEEK Award 2016, Lisbon has spent two years redesigning and reshaping its mobility infrastructure. With 99,3% of its population located within 300m of a public transport service, the city is building a city for all. Lisbon wanted the EUROCITIES mobility forum to be articulated...

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publication date: 27-03-2017

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Malmo and Brussels winners of sustainable mobility awards

Malmo and Brussels winners of sustainable mobility awards

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publication date: 21-03-2017

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EU sustainable mobility awards finalists announced

Six EUROCITIES members are the frontrunners for the EU awards on promoting sustainable urban mobility.

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publication date: 16-03-2017

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Peer learning visits on e-mobility and building retrofit

The Sharing Cities project is organising a series of peer learning visits to help EUROCITIES members explore the latest developments in the fields of e-mobility and building retrofit.

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publication date: 16-03-2017

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start date: 27-04-2017
end date: 28-04-2017