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Apply now for the CIVITAS DESTINATIONS Actions Replication Programme

Author: Richard Adams
Posted on: Tuesday, January 28, 2020 - 12:16
DESTINATIONS

CIVITAS DESTINATIONS has launched a call for expression of interest for organisations interested in learning more about and implementing one of the measures/actions developed during the life of the project. 

The project is testing and evaluating integrated measures for enhancing sustainable mobility in cities facing a high touristic demand with the ambition to deliver a set of transferable solutions to cities or regions facing similar challenges.

Please note that the call does not require the full implementation of a selected measure or set of measures. Instead, it covers the development an implementation plan and exchange of information with measure leader(s).

It also offers the opportunity to interact with the project’s experts during technical visits to one of the project’s six "Living Lab" implemenation sites. Travel and accommodation expenses would be covered by the project.

The document below “Rules of Applicants – Expression of Interest” contains all the information and a list of measures to choose from. The call closes on Friday 7 February 2020, 17:00 CET.

If you have any questions, please contact Panos Coroyannakis - panos.coroyannakis@crpm.org – and Luisa Bouzoubaa - luisa.bouzoubaa@crpm.org. They are responsible for the project’s communication activities.

Find out more about DESTINATIONS here.

 

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