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By GO SUMP, an Interreg MED-funded Project Better ways to move, better places to live Improving tourist mobility in Mediterranean cities 20-21 March 2019, Brussels, by the GO SUMP Project

Sharing the experience from the MOBILITAS project (Mobility for nearly-zero CO2 in Mediterranean tourism destinations) & Opportunities of actions for the pilot area Antibes-Biot-Villeneuve Loubet...

Although the city of Zadar is particularly suitable for cycling due to its climatic and relief characteristics, not all cycling potentials in the City of Saint Donatus have been fully utilized. The...

When receiving thousands of visitors for world sporting events like the MotoGP, Mediterranean tourist destinations need to rethink and plan a functional public transport system, adapting it to the...

The Plan has been elaborated thanks to the participation to the European Project Mobilitas which deals with mobility solutions in different Mediterranean areas.

The French Mobilitas partner Energies 2050 participated at the 24th World Climate Conference (COP24) under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) in Katowice in Poland...

On November 22nd, in Misano Adriatico has taken place the seminar “Meno auto e più relazioni sociali”.

Università Iuav di Venezia organized on 11/10/2018 CONNETTERE, an initiative aimed at encouraging the exchange of expertise and knowledge amongst local authorities and Iuav for the elaboration of...

European Mobility Week was held at the end of September in Zadar. The initiative encourages European cities and towns to introduce and promote sustainable means of transportation and motivates the...