Moving forward: an out of the box discussion on Mobility

This is a brainstorming session co-organised by ERTICO and the European Commission, DG MOVE. It will discuss how transport and mobility will look like in 10 years from now. Confirmed panelists are: Pedro Barradas (DG MOVE) Fabrizio Biora (Swarco) Stephanie Leonard (TomTom) Martin Russ (Austriatech) Nuno Rodriguez (mapTM) Christophe Nicodeme (ERF) Irina Patrascu (ERTICO) Josef Kaltwasser (Albrecht Consult) Angelos Amditis (ERTICO/ICCS) Johanna Tzanidaki (ERTICO) The Session will be moderated by Johanna Tzanidaki and Pedro Barradas. An interactive discussion will follow and will look at how we will move from A to B in the future and what can we do to make it better, safer, environmentally...


Register now for the C-ITS City Pool Workshop

The C-ITS City Pool Workshop provides a space where transport authorities can share real-life experiences, receive feedback and learn about best practices and business opportunities for the deployment of Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems (C-ITS). >>> View the C-ITS City Pool Workshop agenda here <<< >>> Register now <<< Launched in 2015 in the framework of the CIMEC and CODECS projects, the C-ITS City Pool acts as a central meeting point between transport authorities already engaged in C-ITS deployment and other cities interested in how C-ITS can improve urban / regional mobility with the aim of raising awareness and support deployment. As of...


Jaguar charges through channel tunnel for cross-continent i-pace drive

The Jaguar I-PACE has demonstrated its real-world usability by driving 229 miles (369km) from London to Brussels on a single charge. The all-electric performance SUV began its intercity trip on London’s South Bank, with its 90kWh battery fully charged, before heading to the Channel Tunnel terminal at Folkestone. But unlike the 80 million vehicles that have made the crossing by train since the Channel Tunnel opened, the I-PACE travelled the 50km through the world’s longest undersea tunnel using its own power. After emerging into the Calais sunshine from the service tunnel which runs between the two rail tunnels, Stephen Boulter, the Jaguar engineer behind the wheel, headed east and arrived...


More than 2.600 cities participated in the European Mobility Week 2018

From 16 to 22 September, the European Commission hosted the 17th edition of  the European Mobility Week, with the aim to improve quality of life by promoting clean mobility and sustainable urban transport.  Over 2,400 towns and cities from 50 countries held events to mark this year’s celebration, giving people the opportunity to explore the role of mobility in their daily lives and to experiment with clean transport modes. Commissioner Bulc said: “With this year’s edition of the EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK, we want to encourage everyone to consider different mobility options and select the most appropriate ones for each trip. By mixing the ways we move, we can save time, improve our health,...

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