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Join a CIVITAS study visit in 2020!

What do Madrid, Szeged, Vinnytsia, Utrecht and Bratislava have in common? These cities are all offering you the opportunity to discover their latest mobility developments and the projects they are implementing for a sustainable urban mobility future in the framework of a CIVITAS study visit in 2020!

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publication date : 09-12-2019

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publication date : 06-12-2019

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EU sustainable urban mobility awards: video production services wanted!

EUROCITIES requires editing and production services to produce a series of videos to present the finalists of the 8th SUMP and the EUROPEAN MOBILITY WEEK Awards 2019.

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publication date : 02-12-2019

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Cities demand action from EU Commission

Network EUROCITIES launches ‘100 days’ campaign.

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publication date : 29-11-2019

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Cities at a crossroads: outcomes from EUROCITIES Annual Conference 2019

“It’s incredible to witness how all cities across Europe are transforming, every day”, remarked Anna Lisa Boni, EUROCITIES secretary general, in her opening remarks to 400 urban experts gathered in Prague for the EUROCITIES Annual Conference 2019.

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publication date : 22-11-2019

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EUROCITIES Awards 2019 presented for excellence

The winners of the EUROCITIES Awards 2019 have been announced at a ceremony in Prague.

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publication date : 22-11-2019

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Warsaw hosted the EUROCITIES Barrier-free City for All WG meeting

The Eurocities working group "Barrier-free City for All" met from 30.09.2019 until 02.10.2019 in Warsaw.

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publication date : 20-11-2019

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Highlights from the Mobility Forum in Uppsala on 21-23 October

“People are not interested in which border they are crossing, they just want to get where they need to.” We could not have found a better way to encapsulate the importance of mobility planning for the wider urban area than these words from Maria Nimvik Stern, Secretary-General of The Council for the Stockholm Mälar Region.

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publication date : 06-11-2019

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The path to sustainable urban mobility

Three trends will shape the evolution of mobility in our cities: decarbonisation, demand and digitalisation. A European Green Deal should encompass and shape these trends if we are to achieve our vision.

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publication date : 04-11-2019