UEMI/SOLUTIONS: Call for Urban Change Makers

The Urban Electric Mobility Initiative (UEMI) and the urban mobility SOLUTIONS network are calling for cities from Europe, Asia, Africa and Latin America to become involved as leading city, take-up city or training participants. 

The SOLUTIONS network and the UEMI are looking for take-up cities to work together on the implementation of sustainable urban mobility measures. This is part of a new partnership with the European Road Transport Research Advisory Council (ERTRAC) and the European Green Vehicles Initiative (EGVI) as part of the EU-funded project FUTURE-RADAR
As part of an effort to deliver on the New Urban Agenda the team invites cities to help assessing the opportunities for sustainable mobility concepts in their wider context of sustainable urban development. The mission of the SOLUTIONS and UEMI partnerships is to support the take-up of sustainable urban mobility solutions in cities across the world and foster the integration of urban electric mobility solutions into sustainable transport strategies. 

The SOLUTIONS network and the UEMI are looking for take-up cities to work together on the implementation of sustainable urban mobility measures. 
As part of urban implementation actions the team now works with cities to assess the opportunities for emobility concepts in their wider sustainable transport strategy.
The mission of the SOLUTIONS and UEMI partnerships are therefore to support the take-up of innovative sustainable urban mobility solutions in cities across the world and foster the integration of urban electric mobility solutions into sustainable transport concepts. 

Eligibility Criteria 
Applicants can be any public authority with a competence in local transport (regions, public transport authorities or public agencies), they can be supported by local NGOs and knowledge partners to implement the program. Candidates have to duly complete the application forms to apply either as leading city, take-up city or training participant.

http://www.uemi.net/change-maker.html