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Civitas Forum 2014

The 12th edition of the annual CIVITAS Forum Conference will take place between 23rd and 26th September 2014 in Casablanca, the economic capital of Morocco.
Casablanca will be the first non-European city hosting the CIVITAS forum conference. The choice of Casablanca as CIVITAS forum 2014 host officially seals the cooperation in the urban mobility field between the EuroMed transport project stakeholders and the CIVITAS Initiative.

And the winner is...

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Urban mobility in 2014 is obviously an inspiring theme! Many of you were enthusiastic and proposed great slogans, showing optimism and involvement. Yet our jury can select only one winner…

Because of its insight, its accuracy and its concision, we unanimously voted for this sentence:

“In 2014, urban mobility will be a driver of innovation to build the cities of tomorrow.”

 

 

Congratulations to Mrs Juliette Bézos from Adetel Equipment SA (France) who wrote this wire post!

25 rules for shaping The Future of Urban Mobility

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The new version of the ‘Future of Urban Mobility’ study was released on 23 January 2014 and identifies the mobility challenges facing cities worldwide. The report includes an update of Arthur D. Little’s Urban Mobility Index, assessing the world’s cities in terms of mobility maturity and performance and together with UITP identifies strategic directions and recommendations  for improvement.

Preparing for tomorrow's urban mobility

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The latest issue of PTI takes a look at the increasingly important role of combined mobility and considers what new services are emerging and how public transport and other mobility providers can form successful partnerships to offer travellers services that meet their individual needs.
This edition also examines the growing trend for making cities smarter, taking an in-depth look at Munich’s strategic smart city vision and the role of public transport in tomorrow’s smart cities.

PTI Magazine

 

PTI (Public Transport International magazine) is a must-read that offers a unique perspective of the global trends and innovation shaping today's mobility.

Waterborne transport, a unique contribution to enhancing mobility for cities on water

In recent years waterborne transport has become an integral part of the urban landscape. Renewed interest in water-front development and urban rejuvenation, coupled with increased congestion on land-based transportation resources, has provided an opportunity for waterborne transport to play a significant role in urban mobility schemes.

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