InfoPolis #206
May 2019

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Dear members,

As the European elections are approaching, Polis has outlined five urban mobility priorities that the future candidates of the European Parliament should embrace from the cities and regions perspective. Our recommendations are focused on key topics and include air quality and noise pollution, walking and cycling, cleaner and safer vehicles for the urban environment, new governance models to regulate innovation, investments in quality public transport. You can read our recommendations to future MEPs here.

I would also like to remind you that the Call for contributions for the 2019 CIVITAS Forum Conference is open until 31 May. The conference will take place in Graz (Austria) from 2-4 October 2019 and will address mobility challenges such as the interplay between new technologies and classic mobility solutions. You are invited to apply both for the thematic and for the “take-up and transfer” sessions. You can find more information in this newsletter.

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I wish you a pleasant read!

Kind regards,

Karen Vancluysen


Polis members can benefit from a discounted registration fee for the ITS Europe Congress in Brainport from 3-6 June.

Contact Suzanne Hoadley to enquire.

On Wednesday 15th May, Thomas Mourey represented Polis and the projects SUMPs-Up and REFORM in a workshop on SUMPs organised by the House of South Poland, in the framework of the EU Green Week.


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