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Valencia es seleccionada como finalista de EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK Award 2016 and 5th Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning (SUMP) Award

Valencia es seleccionada como finalista de EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK Award 2016 and 5th Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning (SUMP) Award

The European Commission has revealed the finalists of the EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK Award 2016 and 5thSustainable Urban Mobility Planning (SUMP) Award on urban freight. The winners of the two awards will be announced by Violeta Bulc, European Commissioner for Transport and by Daniel Calleja, Director General of DG Environment during an award ceremony to be held in Brussels on 20 March 2017.

The EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK Award

The finalists are Lisbon (Portugal), Malmö (Sweden) and Skopje (former Yugoslav  Republic of Macedonia). Lisbon scored well for making its public space available to pedestrians, while Malmö’s main focus was on bicycles as a sustainable means of transport. The jury also pointed out the car-pooling service in Skopje helping its residents save money and protect the environment.

The following cities were also shortlisted:

  • Białystok (Poland)
  • Kruševac (Serbia)
  • Palma (Spain)
  • Prague (Czech Republic)
  • Samos (Greece)
  • Sofia (Bulgaria)
  • Valencia (Spain)

Shortlisted candidates display a long-term vision with strong communication and public involvement. They have an integrated approach and strategy for rewarding sustainable transport behaviour by the general public. The EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK Award aims to showcase local authorities that demonstrate significant efforts in promoting sustainable urban mobility. The 15th edition of EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK took place from 16 to 22 September 2016 and a total of 2,427 towns and cities – the highest participation rate ever– organised activities in line with the campaign’s annual theme: ‘Smart and sustainable mobility – an investment for Europe’ under the call-to-action ‘Smart mobility. Strong economy.

An independent panel of mobility and transport experts has shortlisted 10 candidates and selected 3 finalists out of a total of 63 applications from 23 different countries.

The Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning Award

The Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning Award (SUMP) aims to reward local authorities that have succeeded in developing a mobility plan addressing the diverse transport needs of people and businesses and, at the same time, improving quality of life. The 5thSUMP Award on urban freight focuses on integrating the movements of goods and services in sustainable urban mobility planning.

The jury appointed three cities as finalists of the 5thSUMP Award on urban freight. These cities captured the attention of the jury: Brussels (Belgium) impressed the jury with its innovative logistics schemes; Budapest (Hungary) stood out for successfully integrating freight transport within the overall mobility strategy; and Stockholm (Sweden) was appreciated for its strategy stimulating the local economy while limiting the adverse impact of urban freight. The jury also acknowledged high quality applications from Berlin (Germany), Naples (Italy), Piatra Neamt (Romania) and Rotterdam (the Netherlands).

Background

Last year, Murcia (Spain) received the EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK Award for its success in terms of multimodality and intermodality of transport. Malmö (Sweden) won the 4thSUMP Award for its efforts in terms of multimodality and intermodality in sustainable urban mobility planning. Promotional videos of the two winners are available below.

To learn more on how the European Commission supports cities and promotes sustainable urban mobility take a look at the urban mobility package and further Commission support:

http://ec.europa.eu/transport/themes/urban/urban_mobility/ump

https://ec.europa.eu/transport/themes/urban/urban_mobility/commission-su…

http://www.transport-research.info/news/european-commission-reveals-sustainable-mobility-city-champions?utm_source=Ricardo-AEA%20Ltd&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=8039181_ED60132012%2FSH%2FEPEO%2FTRIP%2Fnewsletter25&dm_i=DA4,4SB2L,JQJKJ1,I0AUL,1

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