Draft Final Report – 2nd version
The EU co-funded CIVITAS TRACE and FLOW projects have brought data from tracking trips and transport modelling up to a 21st century level. Their joint final conference was titled “Decongesting Europe: New approaches to freeing our cities”. The event concluded three years of research, and included an award and declaration signed by high-level decision makers.
Elected politicians from any CIVITAS Forum Network city are encouraged to apply. The PAC is a small group of leading politicians that acts as the steering group of the CIVITAS initiative and network of cities.
During the TEN-T Days 2018 in April in Ljubljana the European Commission will provide a marketplace for mobility projects where start-ups can network and pitch their projects.
The European Commission today announced the winners of the EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK Award 2017 and 6th Award for Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning (SUMP) at a ceremony in Brussels (Belgium).
The new rules are simpler, more flexible and proportionate to the complexity and risks of balloon operations. They are expected to maintain a high level of safety, while reducing the regulatory and administrative burden especially for balloon pilots. The Regulation is one of the projects of the General Aviation Road Map, established by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) in partnership with the European Commission and other stakeholders.
At the end of 2017, ECCENTRIC Madrid gathered 70 young people in Madrid’s Matadero, the city’s former slaughterhouse, for a training session on communication techniques.
The first work placement between two CIVITAS DESTINATIONS partners recently took place in Funchal, Madeira. From 20-22 February 2018 a representative from the University of Malta (UoM) visited the Regional Agency for Research, Technological Development and Innovation of Madeira (ARDITI).
From 14-18 March 2018, the first edition of the InOut Conference on digital mobility will take place in Rennes (France). This international event will host experts and professionals from the digital and mobility sectors, as well as users.
Together, these two groups of mobility practitioners will form the second Expert Group of SUMP cities. The six-month programmes combine knowledge transfer and testing and assessment with learning on concepts, approaches, tools, and methodologies for SUMP development.