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SASMob-Szeged – best practices to promote sustainable mobility

A case study catalogue of the SASMob (Smart Alliance for Sustainable Mobility) project has been published, summarising the main results of the 4-year long cooperation. The publication presents 12 good practices which were realized by the cooperation...
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02 Dec 2021

How will mobility look like after the pandemic? – ECOMM 2021

The European Conference on Mobility Management (ECOMM) is an annual global event attracting between 300 and 400 experts and professionals. This year – for the second time – it took place online on 24 and 25 November 2021 hosted by the city of Cascais...
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29 Nov 2021

Round table discussion about the future of on-demand mobility solutions

Hamburg is the host city of this year’s ITS World Congress, which is one of the most important events on the future mobility technologies and transport solutions. As part of the congress, a round table session was organised to discuss the future of D...
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13 Oct 2021

Mobility solutions at the neighbourhood level

A new publication is available online titled „Making the change – Co-creating mobility solutions at the neighbourhood level”. The publication relies on the SUNRISE project’s 4 years’ experience, and includes recommendations addressing policy makers,...
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12 Oct 2021

Cooperation for mobility innovation

Mobilissimus partners with door2door for On-Demand-Ridepooling in Hungary and Central Eastern Europe. Door2door as a leading global provider of software solution for new mobility expands European network.    The original press rele...
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20 Sep 2021

The planning of the cycling strategy for the Budapest agglomeration started

The Budapest Development Centre (BFK) has started planning the planning of a regional cycling strategy to improve the conditions for cycling in the agglomeration of Budapest. The goal is for the inhabitants to be able to reach the train or bus statio...
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17 Sep 2021

MaaS diagnosis workshop in Budapest

Assessing planning and implementation framework towards MaaS in Budapest A Diagnosis Workshop was held in January 2021 for the city of Budapest, under the Dynaxibility4CE project. As a key element of the project’s workplan, these workshops aim to ana...
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25 Mar 2021

New MaaS guidance in Hungarian

The topic guide Mobility as a Service (MaaS) and Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning, part of a compendium of guides and briefings that complement the newly updated second edition of the SUMP Guidelines, is now available in Hungarian. It introduces t...
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16 Mar 2021

Implementation of traffic calming interventions in Budapest-Zugló starts

The traffic calming measures that will be carried out within the framework of SUNRISE (Sustainable Urban Neighbourhoods Research and Implementation Support in Europe) project are entered into the implementation phase this March. The interventions wer...
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12 Mar 2021

Open call for SUMP-Central

Open call for content co-creation of SUMP-central The LOW-CARB and Dynaxibility4CE projects would like to invite you to contribute to the further development of LOW-CARB’s new mobility platform SUMP-central! Share your knowledge and lead others in re...
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01 Mar 2021

The Hungarian edition of the new SUMP Guidelines is out

Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning is the European Union’s urban transport planning concept. The first Guidelines on developing Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans (SUMP) was published in 2013, and since then, a wealth of SUMP implementation experience...
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04 Jan 2021

CIVITAS publication presents experiences from SASMob Szeged

On the 8 December, at an online event CIVITAS presented its e-publication in which seven cities present their mobility solutions. In addition to case studies from Bratislava, Madrid, Helsinki, Aachen, Rethymno and Sarajevo, the publication also inclu...
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10 Dec 2020

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