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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]
Within three years, the Brussels small internal ring will undergo a historic transformation in terms of mobility. After a preparatory consultation between the Brussels Capital Region and the Mayors of the municipalities concerned, the Minister of Mobility and Public Works, Pascal Smet, presented today the plans for the redevelopment of safe cycle lanes and secure pedestrian foot paths alongside the small ring.Read more
Several Polis members are travelling to Dubrovnik, Croatia, at the end of March to present their good practice under this year's SUMP Conference theme "Intelligent planning for sustainable mobility." Take a look at the program overview and come over greet them!Read more
Polis road safety working group is undertaking a survey with support of the University of Hasselt to understand how road safety data is collected in different cities. We invite cities to respond to our survey.Read more
With the theme Intelligent Planning for Sustainable Mobility, the City of Dubrovnik will host this years‘ European Conference on Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans on 29-30 March 2017.
Copenhagen Electric, E.ON Denmark, State of Green and Copenhagen Capacity organises a workshop on 24 April 2017 to focus on building the market place for smart electro-mobility and roll-out action.
The Maltese Presidency together with POLIS, UNIFE, UITP and EUROCITIES will host a seminar on urban rail transport in Malta in Spring 2017