EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK

This year EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK has been held under the banner of 'Smart and sustainable mobility - an investment for Europe', referring to the close ties between transport and economics. The benefits of smarter mobility apply across the board - from the public to the private sector, from society at large to the individual. In 2016, EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK is encouraging local politicians and the public to look at smart and sustainable mobility as an investment for Europe.

Smart mobility. Strong economy.

 

ARE YOU A CITY?

 

 Registration for EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK 2016 is now closed.

If you are organising activities promoting sustainable transport, at any time of the year, we encourage you to register them as a MOBILITYACTION.

For a list of cities and towns that made this the most successful EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK yet, click here.

 

 

ARE YOU AN NGO, BUSINESS, OR SCHOOL?

 

Businesses, NGOs, schools and other actors, including cities, who want to get involved in the EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK campaign are encouraged to register their MOBILITYACTION online.

A MOBILITYACTION can be registered at any time of the year.

 

Register your MOBILITYACTION here

Latest News

U-MOB LIFE – the European University Network for Sustainable Mobility

23 February 2017

Universities are the engines of innovation and knowledge in Europe. As centres of learning, exchange and ideas, they can help drive the world towards a better, more sustainable future. The U-MOB LIFE project is harnessing the power of European universities to support the development of sustainable mobility in Europe.

European Commission reveals sustainable mobility city champions

22 February 2017

The European Commission has revealed the finalists of the EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK Award 2016 and 5th Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning (SUMP) Award on urban freight. The winners of the two awards will be announced by Violeta Bulc, European Commissioner for Transport and by Daniel Calleja, Director General of DG Environment during an award ceremony to be held in Brussels on 20 March 2017.

Want a SUMP in your city but don’t have the expertise or tools?

1 February 2017

Three new EU-funded mobility projects have launched a survey to help them understand cities’ needs and barriers when trying to develop Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans (SUMPs). A SUMP is a strategic plan that aims to create an urban transport system for all citizens that improves safety and security, reduces air and noise pollution, greenhouse gases and energy consumption, and boosts the efficiency and cost-effectiveness of the transport of people and goods.

 

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