Join a CIVITAS study visit in 2020!

  • mobility

What do Madrid, Szeged, Vinnytsia, Utrecht and Bratislava have in common? These cities are all offering you the opportunity to discover their latest mobility developments and the projects they are implementing for a sustainable urban mobility future in the framework of a CIVITAS study visit in 2020!

Madrid 25-27 March 2020:

This study visit will focus on new mobility services, together with the promotion of active modes. You will take a closer look at the cycling and pedestrian infrastructure, electromobility, advanced marking management as well as surveillance and mobility management. Apply before 31 January 2020.

Szeged 18-20 May 2020:

Over the past 15 years this pioneer city in Hungary in mobility management has implemented several mobility solutions. During the visit you will learn about clean fuels and vehicles, collective passenger transport, car-independent lifestyle, integrated planning, mobility management and public involvement. Apply before 20 March 2020.

Vinnytsia 24-26 June 2020:

Central themes of the CIVITAS visit will encompass collective passenger transport, integrated planning and safety and security. Those themes will be covered through thematic presentations on specific cases and meetings with key stakeholders, including the municipality, Vinnytsia transport company, the Institute for Urban Development, the Municipal Agency for Spatial Development, the NGO U7 Urban Studio, the NGO “Vinnytsia mobylna”, the GIZ office in Vinnytsia. Apply before 24 April 2020.

The study visits in Utrecht and Bratislava will be organized after the summer break, more information will be published soon.

To join the study visits, find the application forms below and send the completed application to Arianna Americo

For selected cities, travel costs up to 600 EUR will be covered.

   Application_Form_Madrid_2020download/preview this file
    Application_Form_Szeged_2020download/preview this file
    Application_Form_Vinnytsia_2020download/preview this file

EUROCITIES staff contact

Arianna AmericoProject & forum coordinator

EUROCITIES staff contact

Anne Charlotte Trapp