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The CIVITAS Forum Conference serves as the main event of the CIVITAS Initiative, and is one of the leading conferences on sustainable mobility in Europe.

Author: Richard Adams
Posted on: 13/Jan/2021

For this reason, the CIVITAS SATELLITE Coordination and Support Action, supported by projects from the CIVITAS Initiative, is preparing a SUMP Topic Guide on resilience.

Author: Richard Adams
Posted on: 08/Jan/2021

For years, private cars have taken a considerable amount of space in Hulsberg, the SUNRISE neighbourhood in Bremen.

Author: Laura Schubert
Posted on: 08/Jan/2021

Over the last three years, the EU-funded INCLUSION project addressed the challenges of accessibility to public transport in peripheral, peri-urban and rural areas. The experience gained from this t...

Author: Richard Adams
Posted on: 07/Jan/2021

Created to help the general public quickly grasp GreenCharge and the seven demonstrators working on its three pilot sites, this single page card states the aim of the given demonstrator and reveals...

Author: Richard Adams
Posted on: 15/Dec/2020

Antwerp's work in supporting electric vehicles, and Klaipeda's innovations to improve urban freight logistics provide a snapshot of the successes of PORTIS cities.

Author: Ingrid Briesner
Posted on: 14/Dec/2020

Through ECCENTRIC, Madrid has worked on electrification of their municipal fleet, and optimising the city charging infrastructure network.

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Posted on: 14/Dec/2020

During the past four years, the CIVITAS Initiative has facilitated a peer-to-peer exchange programme that has allowed 59 cities to visit 12 host cities across Europe.

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Posted on: 14/Dec/2020

The pilot operation in the Czech capital was launched under the name Depot.Bike 

Author: Richard Adams
Posted on: 14/Dec/2020

The webinar is structured around two main sessions on Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning (SUMP) and new transport modelling, business models and mobility services respectively.

Author: Richard Adams
Posted on: 11/Dec/2020

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