Sustainable mobility requires regional approach

19 September 2020 - Published by Eva den Boer
We're halfway through EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK, celebrating various mobility initiatives in Europe. Pieter Dresselaers, of Belgian MOVE partner IGEMO, explains why the regional approach is important for sustainable mobility.

Read the full article (in Dutch) on the IGEMO website


Curious? Look for more information on IGEMO at the partner page or read more about the Flexbus pilot. 




This year's EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK theme is ‘Zero-emission mobility for all’.

The theme reflects the ambitious targets of a carbon-neutral continent by 2050, as laid out by Ursula von der Leyen, President of the European Commission, when presenting the European Green Deal.

It also aims to highlight the importance of accessibility to zero-emission transport and promote an inclusive framework involving everyone.

Despite the different climatic, geographical and socio-economic conditions across Europe’s urban areas, measures can be taken to promote a carbon-neutral and inclusive urban environment. Therefore, EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK 2020 encourages people and local authorities to take steps to achieve the long-term goal of a carbon-neutral continent.