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 the first weeks. ZERGE project was shown among the examples of innovative solutions of similar small and medium cities’ and peri-urban areas. On European level more and more cases are focusing on DRTs as opportunities for serving the mobility needs of remote areas. Even more Polis Network has launched the Small and Medium-sized Cities Platform as an initiative to represent more efficiently common interests of similar urban areas and to develop and test smart mobility solutions.  

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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