The GO SUMP project, featuring the MED Urban Transports Community, is proposing a breakfast debate “Better Ways to Move, Better Places to Live: Improving Tourist Mobility in Mediterranean cities” 21/03/2019, 8.30am - 11am, Hotel Leopold, 35 Rue du Luxembourg, Brussels.
LOCATION: Hotel Leopold, - 35 Rue du Luxembourg, Brussels
TIME: 8.30am - 11am // networking breakfast and debate
(Rome, 14 March 2019) On the 21th March from 8:30 to 11:00, Eurocities, GO SUMP partner responsible for capitalization activities, together with UNIMED - Mediterranean Universities Union, partner responsible of communication activities, is organising a networking breakfast followed by a debate with Brussels-based stakeholders of sustainable urban mobility in the Mediterranean region.
You are all invited to join us for a free networking breakfast from 8:30 at the Hotel Leopold, - 35 Rue du Luxembourg, Brussels - where you will meet the main stakeholders of the MED Urban Transports Community and representatives of EU Institutions.
From 9:00 to 11:00 Peter Staelens from Eurocities, will open the debate on improving tourists mobility in Mediterranean cities, which features the presence of:
_/ Piotr Rapacz, DG MOVE, Mobility and transport of the European Commission
_/ representative from Region Sud - PACA
_/ Fabio Tomasi, AREA Science Park, representing LOCATIONS, an Interreg MED Project
_/ Eleni-Danai Mavraki, Aegean Energy and Environment Agency, representing MOTIVATE, an Interreg MED Project
_/ Eleonora Tu, Institute for Transport and Logistics representing SUMPORT, an Interreg MED Project
_/ representative from MOBILITAS, an Interreg MED Project
_/ representative from the European Cyclists Federation, from MedCycleTour, an Interreg MED Project of the MED Sustainable Tourism Community
The breakfast debate will be concluded by Carlos Sanchez-Pacheco, Malaga City Council.
We look forward to meeting you in Brussels!
Please register your participation here
The MED Urban Transports Community is one of the thematic communities of the EU Interreg MED Programme. The Community currently gathers seve projects working towards achieving tailor-made sustainable urban mobility plans and solutions in the Mediterranean area.
The MED Urban Transports Community is supported and animated by the GO SUMP project. The GO SUMP partnership is composed of Malaga Council, RDA Green Karst, EUROCITIES, BIC Euronova, MEDCITIES, CODATU and UNIMED – Mediterranean Universities Union, which aims at improving the visibility and the communication reach of the projects of the community, to create synergies among them and to capitalise and mainstream their results. Using a bottom-up and a top-down approach among the Community projects and relevant policy-makers and interest groups, GO SUMP acts as a bridge enhancing dialogue, promoting the transfer of knowledge and amplifying the impact of the projects of the community.
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