Fifth FastTrack Capacity Building Week & Final Event

Budapest Hungary
Tram in Budapest with the cityscape in the background

Image from Unsplash by Arvydas Venckus

The CIVITAS FastTrack project will come together for its fifth Capacity Building Week (CBW) on 15-17 May 2023 in the Ambassador City of Budapest (Hungary). This will be the final time that the project’s Ambassador Cities, Local Affiliates, and partners convene to share final insights from the project. This is also an opportunity to connect to the wider network of stakeholders that can influence the successful implementation of mobility innovations.

At this point in the project, Ambassador Cities and Local Affiliate Cities have submitted Deployment Plans mapping the roll-out of their mobility innovations of choice. Thus, the first day of the CBW will be a space to confer on factors that influence accelerated uptake of mobility innovations, as well as final recommendations from the project that can help bring this knowledge to the wider network.

On 16 May, the Capacity Building Week will open to this wider network. Representatives from European mobility and transport projects, as well as follower ‘Speedtracker’ cities are invited to join to explore how to address a mobility challenge in their own community. FastTrack cities will have the opportunity to apply learnings developed over the course of the project to critically discuss innovative solutions that Speedtracker cities can take with them.

Site visits will take place on 17 May and will span the four thematic clusters explored within the project. Participants will have the chance to explore Budapest’s latest mobility innovations and see how the City of Budapest is connecting its public transport system with other (micro) mobility options.

Interested in attending? Reach out to annecharlotte [dot] trapp [at] eurocities [dot] eu

Author: ICLEI Europe



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