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 includes Szeged, mainly in connection with the change of function of the Tisza river quay: i.e. its opening for pedestrians and cyclists, as well as for leisure and cultural activities in Summer weekends - also presented in video taking advantage of the electronic format. SASMob Szeged is also introducing itself: the cooperation of the city and employers supports sustainable commuting by developing infrastructure, equipment and services, and by raising awareness; and also supports the development of new traffic and passenger counting solutions.

The publication can be browsed here.

 

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