­EUROPEAN­­MOBILITY­WEEK 2016

1150 cities registered
23 days to go

This year EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK will be held under the banner of 'Smart and sustainable mobility - an investment for Europe', referring to the close ties between transport and economics. The benefits of smarter mobility apply across the board - from the public to the private sector, from society at large to the individual. In 2016, EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK is encouraging local politicians and the public to look at smart and sustainable mobility as an investment for Europe.

Smart mobility. Strong economy.

 

EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK 2016

ARE YOU A CITY?

EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK is the perfect opportunity to test out new forms of sustainable mobility, take stock of challenges posed by unsustainable forms of getting around, and to progress towards creating a more sustainable transport strategy for Europe.

 

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MOBILITYACTION

ARE YOU AN NGO, BUSINESS, OR SCHOOL?

Looking to take part in EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK but not a local government? Businesses, NGOs, schools and other non-municipal actors who want to get involved in the EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK campaign are encouraged to register their MOBILITYACTION online!

 

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Latest News

EUROPEAN MOBILITY WEEK reach extends to more countries in 2016

20 July 2016

As the summer break begins, here is an update on some of the recent EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK changes and developments across the region.

Project EDWARD calls on road users to pledge and to organise awareness-raising activities to improve road safety

11 July 2016

A new campaign supported by the European Commission aims to make progress on reducing deaths and injuries on the road, after statistics show two successive years with little improvement.

Luxembourg cities begin preparations for EUROPEAN MOBILITY WEEK 2016

15 June 2016

A kick-off event for EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK in Luxembourg attracted delegates from more than 40 municipalities on 13 May.

 

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