Community has been officially renewed until June 2022. Almost 100 organisations active in 12 countries have joined forces to promote tools and policies to develop sustainable urban mobility planning in the Euro- Mediterranean coastal areas.
With the renewal, the Community has the opportunity to bring the capitalisation process to the next level by providing local authorities with a tailor-made support to implement the replicable solutions developed and tested by our Community.
On 12 December 2019, the new partnership has gathered for its first Steering Committee in Marseille (France) at the Région Sud - PACA premises, in the framework of the Joint Secretariat coordination meeting with the Horizontal Projects, Modular Projects and Panoramed project. As the new phase of the Community will be more policy-oriented, the partnership has slightly changed to take onboard the experience of partners already active in the Interreg MED Projects and to include strategic regions which were not represented in the previous partnership.
The Urban Transports Community is featured by a project lead by MedCities (Barcelona, Spain), in partnership with UNIMED Mediterranean Universities Union (Rome, Italy), Area Science Park (Trieste, Italy), CODATU (Lyon, France), CIVINET CY-EL (Cyprus-Greece), POLIS, Cities and Regions for transport innovation (Brussels, Belgium), and Durres Municipality (Durres, Albania).
During the Steering Committee the partnership has defined a common roadmap to achieve the Community’s objective, as well as the main features of the project’s milestones. The project partnership has also taken advantage of the coordination meeting organised by the Joint Secretariat to set the ground for joint actions with the other Interreg MED thematic communities and the Panoramed project, as well as to discover the newly approved territorial cooperation projects and strategic projects on governance.
Discover more in the latest Newsletter of the Urban Transports Community here.
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