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EC Boosts Sustainable Urban Mobility with Civitas Capital


The European Commission continues to invest in sustainable urban mobility, as demonstrated by the €4 million granted to the three-year project CIVITAS Capital, an acronym for Cities, Vitality and Sustainability.
With a consortium of 14 institutes - including associations, consulting firms and SMEs - CIVITAS Capital will mobilise cities, their citizens and their representatives with a synergic approach, facilitating knowledge building, transfer of best practices, involvement of further cities, training opportunities for transport operators and production of recommendations to the EC on future R&D priorities.
Remarking the centrality of CIVITAS initiative, Vice-President Kallas anticipated that “the Commission will present a comprehensive urban mobility package later this year", confirming that sustainable urban mobility is a central priority for Europe.
Further information can be found on CIVITAS website.