A series of fact sheets have been released that reveal the lessons learned from 10 former CIVITAS research projects.
A summary of the information from the Danish delegation and the debate is now available.
The connection between transport and communications has made transport digital. Large amounts of data are already needed, for example, for navigation, ticket and payment transactions and for enabling automation. The utilisation of information is not an end in itself, but rather what is achieved with it. Does the combination of data and transport produce more sustainable services that meet the needs of consumers?
Clean, green mobility in Europe has received a significant boost with the release of the widely anticipated “Guidelines for Developing and Implementing a Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan”, or SUMP.
The European Investment Bank (EIB) has provided almost EUR 200m to cut the polluting emissions produced by buses in Spain’s largest cities. The EU bank has been providing this financing since 2017 under the Cleaner Transport Facility, which aims to promote cleaner transport systems. This joint EIB-European Commission financing instrument is enabling cities such as Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Barcelona, Valencia and Palma de Mallorca to swap their older, more polluting diesel buses for new hybrid, electric or latest generation compressed natural gas replacements.
This year’s CIVITAS Forum, kicks off today in Graz, Austria, with over five hundred conference-goers gathering to find out about new mobility technologies which will be featured alongside classic solutions in a ‘Back to the Future’ moment.