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InfoPolis #119
April 2015

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Editorial

Dear members,

Following a hopefully relaxing Easter break for all of you, Europe's urban transport agenda is back in full force. Yesterday, Polis together with other stakeholders met MEP and rapporteur Karima Delli to discuss the European Parliament's draft report on urban mobility.

Polis particularly welcomes rapporteur Delli's call for additional European financing for and earmarked funding of urban mobility. At the same time, we believe that there is still some room for improvement in the report. Read more about our feedback on the report in this InfoPolis. Your views are always welcome and can be sent to Polis' policy officer Nicolas Hauw.

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I wish you a pleasant read!

Yours sincerely,
Karen Vancluysen
Secretary General


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