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Polis is a network of European cities and regions cooperating for innovative transport solutions. Rotterdam holds the Polis presidency in 2016.
Polis president Pex Langenberg, Rotterdam: "Cities are playing an increasingly pivotal role in Europe. This also includes actively bridging the gap between government and industry, between public and private initiatives." [continue]
Nijmegen has won the right to call itself Green Capital of Europe in 2018. This was announced today at the finals for the European Green Capital Award in Ljubljana. Nijmegen outshone her competitors ‘s-Hertogenbosch and Umea.Read more
The conference Networking for Urban Vitality (NUVit) which was held in Amsterdam on 23 June 2016 kick-started a long-term international cooperation and knowledge exchange on multimodal infrastructure and urban development.Read more
The outcome of the UK Referendum is still fresh, and history is in the making as we write this article. Is it quite certain that over the next half year, the United Kingdom will start a (maximum) two year’s negotiation about conditions to leave the European Union.Read more
The 4th World Collaborative Mobility Congress "Wocomoco" will take place on the 7th and 8th September 2016 in Warsaw (Poland).
Save the date for an international conference in Gothenburg about electromobility in Smart Cities!
The International Cycling Safety Conference (ICSC) brings together researchers and experts on cycling safety, this year on 3-4 November 2016 in Bologna, Italy. Call for paper is open until 30 April.