The European Commission's Directorate-General for Mobility and Transport (DG MOVE) is holding five consultation workshops on the new Urban Mobility Initiative.
In line with the priorities of the European Green Deal and the Sustainable and Smart Transport Strategy, transport – including urban mobility – should become drastically less polluting and undergo twin green and digital transitions, to build a resilient and sustainable transport system for generations to come.Language English
In May 2021, Belgian train operator, SNCB, is launching a fruit and vegetable delivery scheme at several train stations in Flanders and Wallonia.Language English
The European Research and Innovation Days are the European Commission’s annual flagship Research and Innovation event. The aim of the event is to bring together policymakers, researchers, entrepreneurs and the public to debate and shape the future of research and innovation in Europe and beyond.
The event will take place online on 23 and 24 June 2021, allowing everyone to get involved from anywhere.Language English
While the ongoing pandemic has brought unprecedented challenges to the whole transport sector, it has also highlighted the importance of transitioning towards more resilient and sustainable mobility systems and adopting innovative practice.
Cities and regions are responding to the pandemic with new and innovative transport solutions, and lessons to share in terms of long-term sustainable mobility planning and the importance of an agile and resilient transport system that can ensure an uninterrupted flow of people.Language English
Without a doubt, urban and peri-urban areas are experiencing a steadily growing demand for new, sustainable and connected logistics solutions to integrate the requirements of the on-demand economy, whilst ensuring healthy cities for their inhabitants.Language English
The EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK – the European Commission’s flagship awareness-raising campaign on sustainable urban mobility – is now open for registrations. It promotes behavioural change in favour of active mobility, public transport, and other clean, intelligent transport solutions.Language English
More cities have started implementing a greener future. This article sets out the green transport and infrastructure plans that cities are able to implement today.Language English
The Italian city of Ravenna has embarked on a comprehensive programme to upgrade and expand its sustainable mobility through its Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan, which addresses active travel, the inclusivity of services, parking and road safety, and aims to move reliance away from private passenger vehicles.Language English