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Polis is a network of European cities and regions cooperating for innovative transport solutions.
Ana Botella Serrano, Mayor of Madrid and Polis president: “Madrid has been a Polis member since 2005. Why? Co-operation and knowledge exchange on urban mobility across borders has shown its valuable importance for the daily management of the complex environment of cities" [continue]
The CityMobil2 project, which is demonstrating automated passenger transport systems in cities across Europe, is holding a workshop on the socio-economic impacts of road transport automation for cities and the wider economy.Read more
Catalonia introduced its bus rapid transit system (BRT) ‘expres.cat’ in 2012 and has since implemented 37% of the network with 15 bus lines running. "Mobility Magazine" reports how the system shall cover 40% of all rgional bus services.Read more
In 2015, Polis member Bristol is Europe's official Green Capital. George Ferguson, the Mayor of Bristol, gave Polis an insight into the role transport plays in a sustainable city region, attitudes towards changes in the transport system and why international cooperation has been a major pillar of Bristol's path to success.Read more
The conference topic is “Energy, climate and air quality challenges: the role of urban transport policies in developing countries and emerging economies”.
The SOLUTIONS workshop and training are side events of the CODATU XVI Conference.
Marne-la-Vallée in collaboration with Île-de-France and the support of MOPeasy are hosting the MOLECULES Final Workshop on Tuesday, 10 January 2015, from 9.30 to 12.30.