Budapest University of Technology and Economics hosted the latest MoveCit seminary, to be organised on company mobility planning. MoveCit is financed under the Interreg Central Europe and aims at involving workspaces, companies to mobility planning for increasing the share of sustainable modes in the everyday mobility chain. Presenters described the planning and implementation experiences and recommendations for the representatives of workspaces to be present. On behalf of Mobilissimus András Ekés presented the experiences of SUMPs (sustainable urban mobility planning) and the actual challenges of urban mobility.
Photos showing the seminary are taken by Domokos Esztergár-Kiss