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 Airport within the fields of economy and mobility were invited to the event, where the current status and issues of two European Union funded projects were presented. Concerning the project LAirA (Landside Airport Accessibility) Balázs Kozák from Mobilissimus Ltd. introduced the participants with the main focuses and preliminary results of the survey about the problems and possibilities of the airport landside accessibility. András Ekés presented the main results of the surveys about city freight and logistics within the framework of the SULPiTER project (Sustainable Urban Logistics PlannIng To Enhance Regional freight transport). Mobilissimus Ltd. is engaged in fostering environmental-friendly freight systems and smart city logistics, which have a strong potential in the dynamically developing airport region. BUD Cluster - with the involvement of the state, municipalities and private stakeholders – aims to catalyse the development of the region, strengthening its position on an  international scale and supporting the aligned development of the area. Gábor Soóki-Tóth, the coordinator of the cluster and Kristóf Boda from Budapest Airport, the projectmanager of LAirA presented the opportunities for further improvement in the area.

The first trip of the Zerge

The first trip of the minibus service Zerge (chamois) to be planned for the low public transport level areas in Zalaegerszeg took place under high residential interest. The event aimed to provide a good basis for the future DRT to be implemented in G...
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15 Jun 2018

Video interview on the award-winning SUMP of Turda

Video interview with SUMP ambassador Radu Andronic CIVITAS PROSPERITY identifies interesting personalities who act as SUMP ambassadors. Radu Andronic speaks about the advice, suggestions and lessons learnt when developing Sustainable Urban Mobility P...
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13 Jun 2018

Communication experiences from Eger and participatory planning in Zugló at the ECOMM

Mobilissimus experts presented the experiences of two current projects at the ECOMM 2018 mobility management conference in Uppsala, Sweden in front of an international audience, predominantly from Northwest Europe, but also including Japanese experts...
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04 Jun 2018