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News article27 August 2018

Cities invited to join CIVITAS urban mobility study visits

City representatives are invited to apply to join two upcoming sustainable urban mobility study visits in Bristol (UK) and Stockholm (Sweden), organised by the CIVITAS Initiative.

The first study visit will take place in Bristol from 11-14 September and will comprise of site visits, which will enable participating cities to see first-hand the exciting sustainable urban mobility and urban development initiatives in the city.

This includes the Temple Quarter Enterprise Zone, one of the UK`s largest urban regeneration projects, and MetroBus, the city's rapid public transport system. Bristol is well known for cycling, and participants will also be able to learn about the city's extensive cycling infrastructure.

The second study visit, which will take place in Stockholm, will span three days from 22-24 October 2018. Those attending will have the chance to discover the city's innovative work on e-mobility, including charging infrastructure and logistics, and cycling and traffic management. Site visits will allow participants to witness the related measures in action.

In addition, they will have the chance to find out about public transport and MaaS pilots in the Swedish capital.

As places are limited and being assigned on a first-come, first-served basis, participants are encouraged to register as soon as possible. To do so, please contact Vanessa Holve at Eurocities by 4 September - vanessa [dot] holveateurocities [dot] eu (vanessa[dot]holve[at]eurocities[dot]eu)

Draft agendas for both trips can be found at the link below.

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Publication date
27 August 2018
Topic
Clean and energy-efficient vehiclesCollective passenger transportPolicy and researchUrban freight/city logisticsUrban mobility planningWalking and cycling
Country
Europe-wide