New EUKN publication: partnership urban mobility, setting priorities

On 14 December 2016, the EUKN and the Ministry of Regional Development from the Czech Republic organised a policy lab on Urban Mobility, one of the 12 priority themes set by the Urban Agenda for the EU. The Urban Mobility Partnership will be coordinated jointly by the Czech Republic and the city of Karlsruhe (DE). The partnership will eventually bring together five EU Member States (Czech Republic, Cyprus, Finland, Slovenia, Romania), eight cities (Bari, Bielefeld, Burgas, Gdynia, Karlsruhe, Malmö, Nijmegen, Torres Vedras), two regions (Skåne, Walloon region), three DGs within the European Commission (DG REGIO, DG Move and DG Environment), the European Investment Bank, CEMR, EUROCITIES, as well as several stakeholders (POLIS, UITP, European Cyclists' Federation.

This report includes a brief overview of the different presentations of the policy lab. Also, the results of the workshops are included, with several action points for the partnership to engage with.

Click here to read the full report.

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