InfoPolis #138
March 2016

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Dear members,

Time has come to prepare for Horizon 2020 funding opportunities in 2017. We have therefore sent you the 2017 calls briefing document about one week ago. Please share your areas of interest with us so we can match you with emerging consortia that are looking for cities and regions to join project proposals or launch a partner search for you!

Make sure not to miss our upcoming webinars later this month, which will provide you with further details on the H2020 calls and bidding process and will also give you the opportunity to ask questions and share your priorities! Further information can be found in this InfoPolis.

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For now, I wish you a pleasant read!

Yours sincerely,
Karen Vancluysen
Secretary General


Innovative Urban Freight Management Systems in Paris

Paris invites to the CITYLAB project Symposium on 26 May 2016, which includes site visits to a logistics hotel and a construction site where consolidation options are being considered. Read more.

Polis TE&M WG meeting took place in London, 4 March 2016

This Working Group meeting on transport efficiency and mobility enjoyed a very good turnout and some interesting discussions. Presentations are available for Polis members here.

VRUITS final conference held in London, 3 March 2016

Presentations and videos shown at this event on vulnerable road user safety and ITS can be download from the following pages: presentations and videos.


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