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New brochures published by DYN@MO and 2MOVE2 projects

Author: Patrick Daude
Posted on: Friday, September 23, 2016 - 15:17
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The CIVITAS forum in Gdynia next week will be the final conference of the CIVITAS DYN@MO and 2MOVE2 projects. For this reason for both projects a brochure has been prepared showing a brief overview of the implemented measures, including the main results and achievements that are available now, a couple of months before the official end of the projects. In addition, project partners will provide further insights on the implemented measures during several sessions at the forum and explain how new mobility planning and smart technologies create opportunities for changing mobility behavior and creating a citizen friendly urban environment. 2MOVE2 will also present at the Forum their new publications in the fields of Corporate Mobility Management and E-mobility (see link below uner documents).

Visit the two project-stands at the conference to get a hardcopy of the brochures or if you can’t make it to Gdynia you can download the new project brochures directly on the link below.

http://www.civitas.eu/content/brochure-2move2-nutshell

http://www.civitas.eu/content/civitas-dynmo-nutshell

Glossy final reports that will be published for both projects at the end of the year will contain further results and lessons learned. Good practice cases will be available enabling transferability of the success stories to other cities.

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