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Call for Entries - SYNAPTIC Awards for Excellence in Seamless Mobility

12.10.2012 Bonnie Fenton

Share your examples of innovation in mobility by the end of 2012 for a chance to win a free trip to the 2013 ECOMM conference in Gävle, Sweden.

The INTERREG Northwest Europe cluster project SYNAPTIC is pleased to offer its SYNAPTIC Awards for Excellence in Seamless Mobility for the second year in a row. The awards recognise initiatives leading toward seamless mobility in Europe. If you have implemented something innovative, this is your opportunity to gain recognition (and win a great prize!) for your work.

 

How to enter: Submit a description of your initiative in the form of an Eltis case study here (note you must create a log-in to enter).

 

Eligibility: activities carried out in Europe fitting in one of the 3 categories below and submitted to Eltis between 1 January and 31 December 2012 are eligible to win.

 

Categories:

  1. The best multimodal door-to-door travel solution (Eltis category: Intermodality)
  2. The best public transport solution (Eltis category: Collective passenger transport)
  3. The best mobility management solution (Eltis category: Mobility management)

 

Prizes: The winner in each category will receive free travel, accommodation and registration for the 2013 ECOMM conference in Gävle, Sweden (29-31 May 2013) for two representatives of the organisation responsible for the activity described in the winning entries as well as Europe-wide recognition of their initiatives.

 

For further details, visit: www.synaptic-cluster.eu

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Bonnie Fenton

+49 (0) 173 726 3681

b.fenton@rupprecht-consult.eu

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The call for entries for the 2012-13 SYNAPTIC Awards for Excellence in Seamless Mobility is open until 31 December 2012.

2011-12 SYNAPTIC Award winners honoured at historic Frankfurt City Hall at 2012 ECOMM conference (photo: traffiQ-Krutsch)