The Interreg Policy Learning Platform held last November in Brussels a series of thematic workshops. One was called “Fostering citizen-focused urban mobility” and TRAM project was proud to be part of it.
During the workshop TRAM attended, there was a session called “Promoting Actives Modes of Transport”, and Public Works Agency of Andalusia Regional Government, as Project Partner n.2 of TRAM, was invited to present the Good Practice “Use of Gamification platforms to boost Sustainable Mobility” and to join the related panel discussion.
The chosen Good Practice was originally presented within the frame of TRAM project and served as the inspiration for the Pilot Action that is being implemented by TRAM partners Municipality of Miskolc and North West Regional Development Agency.
Also Project Partner n.5, the North-West Regional Development Agency of Romania participated to the meeting, and its Project manager presented one of the good practices identified in our region: "Policy for the pedestrianization and revitalization of the historical centre of Baia Mare" within the joint session dedicated to Reviving city centres in co-operation with projects under the Environment & Resource Efficiency (TO6) theme of the Interreg Europe programme, exploring integrated urban planning (land use, transport, cultural heritage, energy, air quality).
The workshop has managed to gather partners from Interreg Europe projects as well as Managing Authorities of structural funds and priority networks to discuss challenges and share solutions and it was a great opportunity for TRAM to be there of to be able to provide some valid inputs to the discussion.
You can read more at www.interregeurope.eu/urbanmobility/
Please find presentation at www.interregeurope.eu/urbanmobility/conclusions/