The remaining winter and the fast approaching spring period promise to be busy for all the CIVINETs: many workshops, site visits, and meetings are planned.
Meeting and addressing the mobility needs of all groups is a crucial part of integrated transport planning – but what obstacles need to be overcome to achieve this?
An EU-funded project has created an airbag bike helmet that is eight times safer than its traditional counterparts. It is both comfortable and attractive in a bid to motivate more people to cycle responsibly.
Today, the Commission adopted the report on the mid-term evaluation of the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF). The evaluation assessed the programme’s overall performance in light of its objectives, and what has been achieved to date. Regarding transport financing, the report recognises that CEF has brought a clear added value, in particular for the completion of the TEN-T core network by 2030 and for the low-emission mobility ambition.
On the 21st of March, the evening before the conference, CLEPA invites the participants to take part in the Networking Dinner. During the networking dinner, the keynote speech will officially kick-off for the event. The networking dinner offers the participants an exclusive opportunity to meet top-level management in the industry and politics.