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France-EU-wide establishment of enduring national and European support networks for sustainable urban mobility (ENDURANCE).

Duration: 01/06/2013 - 31/12/2013

Key action: Energy-efficient transport

Status: Under negotiation

Coordinator: tbc

European Platform on Mobility Management, France

Partners: Mobiel 21, Belgium

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Benefits:tbc

Keywords: EU-wide establishment of enduring national and European support networks for sustainable urban mobility

Budget: EUR 1 (EU contribution: 75%)

Contract number: IEE/12/698

SUMMARY

ENDURANCE will build 25 national networks and an overarching European network organisation, bringing together professionals either interested in or working on Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans. ENDURANCE will make use of the existing EPOMM structure to accomplish this task. The main target groups are urban mobility professionals, cities and national authorities. During ENDURANCE networks will offer a training and policy exchange programme based on yearly national meetings in each country as well as international meetings.

RESULTS

Establish enduring national SUMP networks in all EU countries and Norway

Activate 250 cities in Europe to engage in developing and implementing a Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan.

Raise awareness about SUMP and its benefits at national and European level institutions

LESSONS LEARNT

At the date of release of this information, this project is under contract negotiation with the EACI. This does not constitute a formal commitment to provide the financial support. Neither the EACI nor the European Commission is responsible for any use that may be made of the information contained herein.

country :France

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Publication:Mena Report
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Date:May 14, 2013
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