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Yet there seems to be a recurring issue. People within and outside C4P communities do not always know about the sustainable transport alternatives available to them.

Author: Anna Piccoli
Posted on: 18/Mar/2019
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The CIVITAS PORTIS cities Antwerp (Belgium), Aberdeen (UK), Constanta (Romania) and Klaipeda (Lithuania), recently took part in an exchange visit to Ningbo, the project's partner city in China.

Author: Ingrid Briesner
Posted on: 15/Mar/2019
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Cities have until Monday 18 March to apply for trips to Antwerp (Belgium), Braga (Portugal), Budapest (Hungary) and Tel Aviv (Israel).

Author: Richard Adams
Posted on: 14/Mar/2019
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A series of three new CIVITAS policy briefs are now available to read and download. They focus on the topics of mobility management, integrated planning, and car-independent lifestyles.

Author: Richard Adams
Posted on: 13/Mar/2019
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The winner of this prestigious Europe-wide sustainability award will receive a prize of €10,000 to help initiate further transformative actions in their city or region.

Author: Robert Morrow
Posted on: 13/Mar/2019
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The deadline for the CIVITAS SUMPs-Up photo contest has been extended to 19 March! Send in a photos that captures sustainable mobility in your town or city. The winner will appear on the cover of t...

Author: Richard Adams
Posted on: 06/Mar/2019
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During the site visit, the island's Shared Mobility Agency will provide insight into the innovative technologies they are developing for public transport.

Author: Panos Coroyannakis
Posted on: 06/Mar/2019
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The European Commission this week announced the finalists of the 2018 EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK Awards and the Award for Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning (SUMP).

Author: Richard Adams
Posted on: 01/Mar/2019
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Specialised vehicles, such as buses and waste collection trucks, are examples of market sectors where public demand may be particularly influential in moving towards lower emissions and greater fue...

Author: Richard Adams
Posted on: 26/Feb/2019
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A new policy brief from the STARS project sheds light on what policymakers can do to implement better car sharing practices in Europe.

Author: Richard Adams
Posted on: 22/Feb/2019
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