The airport and its surroundings as a catalyst area of Budapest – professional event with Mobilissimus

The event addressing the „Future of transport and freight in the Budapest Airport Region” took place on the 27th of February 2018. The main stakeholders located in the XVIIIth District of Budapest and around Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airpor...
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28 Feb 2018

Video interview with SUMP ambassador Sándor Nagy

Video interview with SUMP ambassador Sándor Nagy The PROSPERITY team interviewed Sándor Nagy, Vice Mayor for City Development of Szeged, Hungary on the development of their SUMP. The interview covers the following questions: What do you like most of...
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19 Feb 2018

Walking in the shoes of a blind person – a thematic walk in Zugló-Törökőr

In January 2018, the SUNRISE project’s partners from Budapest organised a thematic walk in the Zugló-Törökőr (the SUNRISE action neighbourhood). As the Institute of Blinds is based in Zugló, several people with visual impairment walk and travel day-b...
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09 Feb 2018

Partnership building for a smart mobility

Mobilissimus and Vienna-based Upstream have started their cooperation. Upstream is a leading stakeholder in Mobility as a Service (MaaS) solutions, offering platforms of combined mobility. This approach is an attractive opportunity also for Hungarian...
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26 Jan 2018

SUMP of Eger approved by the General Assembly

The City of Eger was among the first in Hungary to embark in sustainable urban mobility planning (SUMP), with the professional support of Mobilissimus. Sustainable urban mobility planning is a mobility planning approach developed by the European Unio...
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25 Jan 2018

Basis for cooperation: exchange of experiences with CDV in Brno

The Mobilissimus team visited the Czech Transport Research Institute, CDV on 10th January. As guests of the Czech colleagues we learned the specificities of the mobility system of Brno and its surroundings, as well as the structure and the success st...
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11 Jan 2018

E-bus feasibility study for Oradea

ELIPTIC (Electrification of Public Transport in Cities) is a European project funded the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme. The main assumption underpinning ELIPTIC is that further take-up of electric vehicles can be sup...
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05 Jan 2018

Looking forward to receive ideas about Törökőr’s mobility via map application

On the 9th October an online map application has been launched, allowing everyone to share their opinions and suggestions about Törökőr’s mobility. By filling in a short form on, you can submit your comments by November 15th. The...
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11 Oct 2017

Planning for the next generation

Interview with Andras Ekes, Managing Director of Mobilissimus by Nathan Johnson, REC Andras Ekes is a mobility expert and the managing director of Mobilissimus, a Budapest-based mobility planning company. Ekes has participated in the elaboration of i...
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06 Oct 2017

The role of communication in mobility

Mobilissimus has participated at the final conference of the SMARTMOVE Project on the 22nd of June 2016 in Cologne. In the frames of the project a new methodology has been developed with the aim of promoting public and eco-friendly transport modes. T...
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24 Jun 2016

Transport and urban development in the next decade

The workshop for the 50th anniversary of the Hungarian Society for Urban Planning (MUT) was held on 12th May 2016. The three presenters were Csaba CSISZÁR (associate professor at the Faculty of Transportation Engineering and Vehicle Engineering of BM...
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13 May 2016

Preparing SUMP for the City of Eger involving inhabitants

The elaboration of the Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan of Eger is currently in the phase of problem identification. According to the SUMP methodology, we put emphasis on the involvement of stakeholders: besides interviews and forums with professional...
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05 Apr 2016