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Work in progress for updating the European SUMP Guidelines

The European SUMP Guidelines have served as an essential basis of developing Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans for the last six years. It has been used extensively since its first publication: more than 100 SUMPs have been approved, and vast experienc...
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26 Feb 2019

András Ekés's webinar on SUMP communication now online

PROSERITY projekt offers webinars for urban mobility professionals. András Ekés, managing director of Mobilissimus held a presentation on the 22 January, with the title "Friends or enemies? Practicalities in SUMP communication", which is now online:...
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05 Feb 2019

Results of the PROSPERITY study tour to Ljubljana

High-level decision-makers of 13 Hungarian cities participated in the study tour to the Slovenian capital on the 6-7 November 2018. The study tour was organised within the PROSPERITY H2020 project by Mobilissimus, the Hungarian National Focal Point a...
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10 Jan 2019

Let's vote! – Törökőr residents decide about local developments

The SUNRISE project has arrived to a milestone. After a long process of preparation, problem mapping, idea collection, project development and cost estimation, the decision has been taken about which developments are up for voting for the residents a...
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30 Nov 2018

Informal visit to the Bucharest-Ilfov Public Transport Association (ADTPBI)

Mobilissimus’ experts visited the recently founded public transport association, aiming to organise better and more integrated mobility in Bucharest and in Ilfov county. During the discussion we exchanged experiences from both capital regions regardi...
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11 Oct 2018

PROSPERITY innovation brief on Regulating dockless bike-sharing schemes

Within the PROSPERITY project, Mobilissimus prepared a summary on regulating dockless bike-sharing schemes, which undertakes – due to the rapid development of technological solutions and business models – to give a snapshot of the state of August 201...
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03 Oct 2018

Szeged wins CIVITAS Legacy Award

The 15th CIVITAS Awards have been announced in Umeå, Sweden, at the CIVITAS Forum 2018 conference. Cities were recognised for ambitious, innovative and transformative sustainable urban mobility work in four categories. The winner of the „CIVITAS Lega...
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25 Sep 2018

PROSPERITY webinars on SUMP: open for registration

The PROSPERITY project has opened the registration for a series of webinars on diverse sustainable urban mobility planning (SUMP) topics: How does SUMP mesh with statutory land use plans (Karlheinz Posch, Austrian Mobility Research - FGM-AMOR, 3 Octo...
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14 Sep 2018

Third living lab event of the SHAREPLACE carpooling co-design activity

The third living lab event of the SHAREPLACE carpooling pilot project was held in Zalaegerszeg on the 12 September, with the active contribution of the involved stakeholders: some of the large employers and their employees. The event focused on ident...
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14 Sep 2018

Partner City of the Month - Szeged, Hungary

A city of education, science and culture Szeged has the second best educational indicators in Hungary, and with 26 percent the second highest number of English speaking people in Hungary. 13 percent of the population are university students, and 23 p...
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27 Jul 2018

SUMP National Training event gets Hungarian cities engaged in sustainable transportat...

From 04-07 June the city of Szeged had the honour to host the SUMP National Training for Hungarian cities in the CIVITAS PROSPERITY project. The participants had the possibility to feel the mentality of sustainable mobility planning, long run achieve...
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23 Jul 2018

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

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