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17/02/2021 - 18/02/2021
On 17th-18th of February, 2021 Lithuanian Innovation Center will hold an event called “Sustainable transport and mobility solutions via Circular Procurement”.
Type: Project
24/05/2017 - 25/05/2017
Workshop and exchange of experiences in Ljubljana on 24th-25th May 2017
Type: Project
Engaging residents of Thessaloniki on Sustainable Mobility through a Citizens’ Panel: considerations and implications from a methodological and practical perspe
Astrid Buhre presents "Introducing electric buses to Stockholm’s public transport"
Submitted by: Maja Grcic, 01/03/2016
Stint is a solar electrical vehicle, original designed for transportation of children, maturing into a efficient, cheap, sustainable multipurpose alternative for motorized vehicles.
Submitted by: Luisa Lovisolo, 25/11/2021
Mountain areas in Europe constitute - from an environmental, cultural, social and economic point of view - peculiar and substantially organic local systems, so much so that they are recognized as "local communities". The issues we want to address and on which we want to promote a strong exchange of good intervention practices concerning: - the demographic dynamics that indicate a continuous loss of mainly young residents; - the territorial dispersion of the settlements and the need for a network of sustainable physical connections, based on sustainable transport systems to be used also in the tourism sector; - high tourism development based on the great environmental and naturalistic value, due to the presence of parks and a man-made mountain, but not depleted. We are therefore interested in an Interreg Europe project that addresses these issues and at the same time is an important opportunity to contribute to a government of the EU territory that can overcome localisms...
Submitted by: Felice Arena, 15/05/2017
The idea is to develop new green ports in Europe, dealing with existing and new solutions for renewable energy exploitation. The project will share experiences among green ports from different European regions in order to optimize the chain renewable energy sources to grid and enhance the green mobility nearby the port.
Submitted by: Panagiotis Papaioannou, 22/02/2017
Submitted by: Alberto Lorente Saiz, 27/05/2018
RMTintends that 6 differentEuropean territories will influence in their regional policies by 6 different regional strategies,made by a participatoryand integrated approach. These plans will be also a fruit of a learningand international exchange process that will be last 30 months. After this,all project partners will put them in practice, implementingthe new initiatives co-defined byall stakeholders in each territory. Project results will be also helpful for otherEuropean regions thatare livingsimilar situations. Regions in the projectare keen on sustainable and efficient mobility,and they bet for solid regional strategies, because: 1. They need to provide qualitytransport services to theircitizens, who normallythey have not because theylive in small towns. 2. They want to better use and manage their regional resources. 3. They understand that low carbon economycan also representan opportunityfor new sustainable jobs. Opportunities for boosting new mobility solutions.
Submitted by: Steffen Groebel, 17/03/2017
The project aims to secure functional and future-oriented mobility concepts for rural areas, which contribute to the maintenance of the living quality. Currently, around 20 percent of the European population lives in rural areas. These are increasingly characterized by demographic change, migration of young popula-tion, centralisation of service and commercial entities and the insuffi-cient connection of villages and parts of the towns by public transport. Within the project, strategies and policy instruments of the partner regions that are relevant for mobility in rural areas, will be examined and recommendations for improvement and further development will be given. These recommendations will be partly based on solution ap-proaches developed in the project, i.e. a methodology for a needs as-sessment for public transport in rural areas and the development of instruments, for the adaption of existing transport solutions to regional and local needs in areas inadequately connected.