European Mobility Week

European Mobility Week

European Mobility Week will be held between 16 – 22nd of September 2019.

Towns and cities can register their participation in EUROPEANMOBILITY to showcase their commitment to clean and sustainable urban transport. Registration is open to all towns and cities.

Europe Direct East Midlands (North) are encouraging all towns and cities in Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire to shout about what they are doing  to test out new forms of clean mobility and progress towards more sustainable mobility.

Click on the tram below to find out more about the initiatives that are taking place.

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Towns and cities can register here.

Additionally Businesses, NGOs and schools can also register, here.


If you’re doing something to promote the idea of sustainable urban mobility, EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK want to hear about it! By registering your MOBILITYACTION on the website, you can become a part of the EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK campaign.

Once registered, your steps to promote sustainable urban mobility will be displayed on a list of MOBILITYACTIONS. Whether you’ve decided to cycle to work with your neighbours, or you’re an employer taking concrete action to encourage your employees to use public transport, we’re eager to help you share your success story.

As the long as the action you’re doing promotes a behavioural shift towards a more sustainable urban mobility culture and is of a promotional rather than a technical nature (i.e. technical innovations themselves will not be recognised), you’re eligible.

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As part of the EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK the European Commission is launching its Social Biking challenge across Europe. The Social Biking challenge aims to encourage cycling as a social habit. The challenge promotes physical activity, the use of a sustainable transport mode (the bicycle!), and also aims to increase the modal share of cycling by creating a network of cyclists. Follow the links to find out how to get involved.


Click on the image below to watch a short video explaining the ‘Walk With Us’ campaign.01 EMW Smart Pedestrian Female



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