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Join CIVITAS DESTINATIONS site visits and Living Lab sessions in Elba (Italy)

Author: Panos Coroyannakis
Posted on: Wednesday, March 6, 2019 - 10:21
Elba , DESTINATIONS

From 9-10 April 2019, the CIVITAS DESTINATIONS project is organising a site visit to and sessions in the Living Lab of the city of Portoferraio on the island of Elba (Italy).

During the site visit, the island's Shared Mobility Agency will provide insight into the innovative technologies they are developing for public transport.

In particular, they will focus on the ride sharing platform being designed and realised under CIVITAS DESTINATIONS, as well as new technologies and the Business Intelligence module for public transport data collection, system certification, and service Key Performance Indicator evaluation.

Alongside this, city representatives and mobility practitioners are invited to attend a variety of sessions and technical workshops in Portoferraio and Rio Marina, the other city on Elba participating in DESTINATONS.

They will focus on on e-mobility and solutions implemented with the active engagement of hoteliers and other stakeholders in the tourism sector of the island.

To register for the event, click here. Registration will be open until 25 March 2019.

The draft programme will be available soon. Please note that no financial support can be provided for participants who wish to attend.

For more information please contact Federica Andreucci: f.andreucci@comune.portoferraio.li.it

As part of DESTINATIONS, Portoferraio and Rio Marina are working Funchal (Portugal), Valletta (Malta), Rethymno (Greece), Limassol (Cyprus), Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (Spain) on solutions to improve sustainable urban mobility in touristic cities and regions.

To discover more on CIVITAS DESTINATIONS, click here

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