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The Mediterranean Region has specific features like climate and biodiversity and all regions facing the Mediterranean Sea are concerned by intense vehicular traffic and by increasing tourism activity....

Mediterranean port cities have a strategic value for Europe as they connect Europe with Africa and Asia. However, the port-generated traffic needs to be better planned to unlock the full potential of...

High-density areas surrounding the city centres with commercial and directional roads suffer from chronic traffic jams to the point of becoming wounds in the connectivity of the widespread city and...

Mediterranean cruise destination cities are faced with two conflicting needs: boosting cruise-related profits and other positive externalities, while mitigating the negative impacts exerted on their...

More than 20 Mediterranean cities, from 12 different countries, received trainings on "Financing Sustainable Mobility" and "Mobility & Tourism Nexus" within the framework of the Interreg-MED Urban...

During the Mediterranean Sustainable Tourism Convention 2019, some representatives of the Urban Transports Community gathered to discuss sustainable mobility in tourist destinations.

The best practices of the modular projects of the MED Urban Transports Community are gathered in the recently published Handbook on Sustainable Mobility in the Mediterranean Area.

Save the date for Locations final event in Málaga (Spain) on 19th September 2019.

77 Slovenian municipalities out of 212 have adopted a SUMP (Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans) in the period 2012-2018 on a voluntary basis. The launch of the Slovenia SUMP guidelines in 2012 combined...

The LOCATIONS project, a modular project of the MED Urban Transports Community is a candidate to the REGIOSTARS awards.