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Urban Mobility

About the partnership

The Partnership aimed to contribute to more sustainable and efficient urban mobility. The focus was on public transport, soft mobility (walking, cycling, public space) and accessibility (for disabled, elderly, young children, etc.) and an efficient transport with good internal (local) and external (regional) connectivity.

Members

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Member States

  • Czech Republic (Coordinator)
  • Cyprus
  • Finland
  • Romania 
  • Slovenia

Regions

  • Region Skåne (SE)
  • Wallonia Region (BE)

Urban areas

  • Karlsruhe (DE, Coordinator)
  • Bari (IT)
  • Bielefeld (DE)
  • Burgas (BG)
  • Gdynia (PL) 
  • Malmö (SE)
  • Nijmegen (NL)
  • Torres Vedras (PT)
  • Ulm (DE)

European/ national city umbrella organisation

  • Eurocities
  • URBACT (Observer)

Other stakeholders

  • Federal Ministry of the Interior, Building and Community (DE) (Observer)
  • Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations (NL) (Observer)
  • European Cyclists' Federation (ECF)
  • POLIS
  • International Association of Public Transport (UITP)
  • Walk21

European institutions

  • European Commission (DG REGIO, DG MOVE, DG ENV)
  • CEMR (Council of European Municipalities and Regions)
  • EIB (European Investment Bank)

Concrete actions

01

Reinforcing multi-level cooperation and governance

02

Reinforcing the uptake of sustainable urban mobility planning

03

Evaluating best practices in convenient access to public transport

04

Scaling up innovative clean buses

05

Developing guidelines on infrastructure for active mobility supported by relevant funding

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Knowledge

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