Preliminary surveys ongoing in Prague, Bratislava and Budapest

In the CEAML project, we have undertaken to measure the impact of three interventions transforming public spaces. In early 2023, Mobilissimus developed a set of criteria for measure selection and an impact evaluation methodology, also based on the CI...
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22 Jun 2023

Cycling network planning experiences at the ÉPKO conference

The Hungarian Technical Scientific Society of Transylvania (EMT) held its annual International Conference on Civil Engineering and Architecture in Csíksomlyó (Șumuleu Ciuc), which was the 27th in the history of the event. Antal Gertheis, managing dir...
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21 Jun 2023

URBACT mobility experts in our team

András Ekés and Antal Gertheis, founders and managing directors of Mobilissimus have been validated by the URBACT programme to perform ad hoc expertise missions at network and programme level. Besides thematic expertise on mobility, András Ekés has a...
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14 Jun 2023

CoolCo's participatory design with modular street furniture

On 10 June 2023, the first participatory design session of the CoolCo's project took place in Szigony Street, Budapest. Although it was planned to be the second meeting with the locals, the first event, scheduled for 7 June, had to be postponed due t...
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12 Jun 2023

Fresh Velo-City experiences from Leipzig

In the last few days, Leipzig hosted Velo-City, the leading professional conference for cycling, where also Mobilissimus participated. We selected the sessions attended focusing on the methods needed to develop urban and regional cycling strategies a...
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12 May 2023

Our team enriched with a EuroVelo Route Inspector

To assess the quality of long-distance cycling routes, including EuroVelo routes, the European Cyclists' Federation (ECF) has developed the European Certification Standard (ECS), which sets out a complex, multi-level set of criteria for infrastructur...
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17 Apr 2023

1,729 km of cycle routes in Timis and neighbouring counties from the RRF

  A joint project of Timis County and the neighbouring counties of Arad, Caras-Severin and Hunedoara has won more than €142 million in funding from the Recovery and Resilience Facility (PNRR), which allows the creation of 1,729 km new cycle routes. T...
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09 Feb 2023

Central European Active Mobility Lab launched

The Central European Active Mobility Lab (CEAML) was officially launched with a kick-off meeting in Bratislava, including fruitful discussions among the project partners and with the Clean Cities Campaign, as well as a guided cycle tour through the c...
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08 Feb 2023

Status analysis of school in Törökbálint completed

Mobilissimus has completed the status analysis of the mobility plan for the Köztársaság Square school in Törökbálint. The area around the primary school (grades 1-4) is very busy with cars at the start of the school day and when the children leave in...
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21 Dec 2022

We participated as experts in the 1.5° Lifestyle project workshop

On the 1st of December 2022, the Stakeholder Thinking Lab took place with 21 participants in the framework of the EU 1.5° Lifestyle project, which aims to promote the adoption of the 1.5° Lifestyle and to support the transformations required for the...
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15 Dec 2022

Urban passenger transport and climate neutrality

The seminar of the Clean Air Action Group's EUKI project "Beyond Best Practices in the Passenger Transport Sector" was organised by Magyar CIVINET, the Hungarian-speaking CIVITAS network. The project was presented by Márton Vargha. The European Union...
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30 Nov 2022

Czech and Slovak CIVINET delegation in Budapest

Between 15 and 17 June 2022 Magyar CIVINET hosted the delegation of Czech and Slovak CIVINETs. The goal of their study tour to Budapest was to learn about the mobility and city development of the capital with a special focus on the sustainable elemen...
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21 Jun 2022