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PORTIS

Madrid Munich Ruse Stockholm Turku Elba Madeira Valletta Rethymno Limassol Gran Canaria Aberdeen Klaipeda Antwerp Trieste Constanta

CIVITAS PORTIS will test innovative and sustainable urban mobility solutions in five European port cities.

Follower city

Ningbo

 

 

Aims

  • Improve governance for an enhanced cooperation between cities and ports 

  • Create more sustainable and healthier city-port environments 

  • Shape more integrated transport infrastructure and mobility systems 

  • Improve the efficiency of urban freight transport

Approach

The five living labs will implement mobility measures, supporting their multifunctional role of cities, ports and gateways to inland areas. The project aims to show that sustainable mobility can increase functional and social cohesion between city centres and ports, while pushing the economy forward and boosting the allure of modern urban environments.

Related measures

Related News & Events

Experts shared their knowledge and experiences to inspire other cities and parties to embrace sustainable transport. Mobility was not treated as an isolated field, but linked to other societal objectives, such as health, child-friendly measures,...
People who live in Antwerp are mostly used to busy traffic. To change this, the city and its partners have invested heavily in sustainable mobility,  smart mobility planning, and infrastructural innovations. One day per year, the city lets its...
The CIVITAS PORTIS city of Klaipėda recently held a conference to introduce the project to the local population. Held from 9-10 October, the event - entitled "Sustainable urban mobility solutions for Klaipëda” - gathered together residents with...
On  30 October 2017, the “China (Ningbo) - Romania Industry and Logistics Cooperation Forum” took place in Constanta. Constanta is one of the five PORTIS Living Lab cities, whilst Ningbo is the project's follower city. The aim of the event was to...
The Lillo Bridge is a key crossing point in Antwerp's  Channel Dock (Kanaaldok) area. It constitutes one of the very few routes cyclists can use to pass over the Channel Dock. Yet because ships have crossing priority, the bridge is often...
The workshop brought together the CIVITAS PORTIS cities to present their plans to maximise the impact of their measures by applying the new PORTIS Innovation Guidance. A measure’s success can be greater if delivered concurrently with supportive...
This aims to inform citizens, commuters, and visitors about road works in and around the city and to offer them smart mobility solutions for their day-to-day travel needs.
As part of the project, the Port of Antwerp is developing an integrated truck guidance system to reduce traffic congestion in the port area. Meanwhile, the City of Antwerp is introducing the “Smart ways to Antwerp” strategy, which encourages local...

Contacts

Marijke De Roeck
Marijke.DeRoeck@stad.Antwerpen.be
Project Coordinator
Silvia Gaggi
sgaggi@isinnova.org
Project Manager
Ingrid Briesner
briesner@fgm.at
Dissemination Manager
Marjolein Salens
Marjolein.Salens@stad.Antwerpen.be
Assistent Project Coordinator