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Bordeaux, the French role model city

The French city of Bordeaux, with a population of 1.2 million including its agglomeration, was excessively suffering of car traffic by the end of the nineties. This situation was requiring a radical solution: as one of the leaders of the French tramw...
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07 Jan 2020

SASMOB surveys reveal patterns of workplace mobility

The City of Szeged – a CIVITAS Award-recognised champion of sustainable mobility in Hungary – initiated an alliance on workplace mobility with major employers under the SASMOB project. Through this pledge, businesses receive tools to co-design and ta...
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13 Dec 2019

ZERGE goes to Brussels

By the occasion of the Polis Annual Conference, ZERGE, the new demand responsive mobility solution of Zalaegerszeg was presented. András Ekés, managing director of Mobilissimus introduced the preparation period, the challenges and the experiences of...
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27 Nov 2019

The first ZERGE rolled out

On 6th November 2019, after the opening press conference, the first demand responsive minibus, called ZERGE (chamois), departed from one of the PT hubs in Zalaegerszeg. The aim of this new DRT service is to serve public transport in peri-urban areas...
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06 Nov 2019

Participatory planning in Törökőr - Noémi Szabó on SUNRISE experiences at the CIVITAS...

At the CIVITAS Forum 2019 conference in Graz, Noémi Szabó (Mobilissimus) and Ralf Brand (Rupprecht Consult) presented the SUNRISE H2020 project, which focuses on neighbourhood-level mobility planning and on the broadest possible involvement of the lo...
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04 Oct 2019

Tourism and mobility: friends or enemies? – Presentation of András Ekés at the CIVITA...

András Ekés, managing director of Mobilissimus held his presentation about the connections between tourism and public transport at the CIVITAS Forum in Graz. He was describing the contacts and missing links of the two sectors through several European...
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03 Oct 2019

Mobility-conscious airports – international training at Vienna International Airport

Vienna International Airport hosted the LAiRA (Landside Airport Accessibility) Interreg Central Europe project in which Mobilissimus takes part as the mobility expert of the Lead Partner, Municipality of 18th District of Budapest, and organized a pro...
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02 Oct 2019

New SASMob publication about workplace mobility planning

A new brochure of the SASMob project on workplace mobility planning has been published. The strategic objective of SASMob is to shift the city of Szeged towards multimodal, inclusive mobility with a low environmental impact through cooperation betwee...
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01 Oct 2019

On the way to implementation: The General Assembly of Ruse approved the new transport...

It is a great accomplishment for Mobilissimus that the General Assembly of the Bulgarian city of Ruse approved with a large majority the new transport scheme after more than one year of planning process. This will give a base for repositioning the pu...
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23 Sep 2019

Energy Efficiency for Public Transport: a new cooperation

PRESS RELEASE   A new Central European cooperation project has been kicked off on the 27th-28th June 2019 in Leipzig, Germany. City authorities, public transport companies, universities and sustainable mobility consultants join forces to explore and...
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15 Jul 2019

New public transport scheme for the city of Ruse, Bulgaria

The preparation of the new public transport scheme of the city of Ruse (160.000 inhabitants) by Mobilissimus arrived to a new milestone. Several forums have been held in the last few days involving residents, NGOs and the major employers of the city,...
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30 Jun 2019

PROSPERITY innovation brief on Micromobility

Within the PROSPERITY project, Mobilissimus prepared a summary on the rapid up-take of micromobility in cities. Following the success of bike-sharing, which emerged due to technological progress and business innovations, new forms of shared mobility...
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14 Jun 2019

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