Cities and towns across Europe and further afield can now register their participation in European Mobility Week 2015. This year will be celebrated under the theme of multimodality, as represented by the slogan “Choose. Change. Combine.” Last year’s EMW saw citizens from 2,013 cities in 44 countries explore the benefits of embracing sustainable mobility.
The online registration system has been completely overhauled, making it easier to confirm participation. Cities registering for the first time will be asked to “sign up”, and will be required to provide information on their city and relevant local government contact details.
Participating cities and towns will be asked which of the three options they will be carrying out to celebrate the week: holding a week of activities focused on multimodality and sustainable mobility; implementing one or more permanent transport measures, such as building bicycle lanes or widening footpaths; or through holding a “Car-Free Day”, in which a section of road is closed to private vehicles and opened instead to people on 22 September. Those who choose to carry out all three are eligible to apply for the European Mobility Week Award.
All participating cities will be displayed on the Cities page.
To register for European Mobility Week 2015, click here.