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SOLUTIONSplus flagship project has kicked-off

Rupprecht Consult is proud to be part of the Commission's global electrification flagship project

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Annex to the SUMP Guidelines available now

The Annex To The Guidelines For Developing And Implementing A Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (2nd Edition) is now available. The annex contains a collection of European SUMP stories, a glossary, checklists for all SUMP Phases, and an overview of all SUMP Guidance documents - and the experts who took part in consultations.

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Video about co-creation for mobility solutions in neighbourhoods featuring SUNRISE now online

SUNRISE joined the cluster workshop 'Co-creating Urban Mobility in Neighbourhoods' held at the Innovation and Networks Executive Agency (INEA) in Brussels last year. A brief video was produced featuring the key speakers of the event.

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Sign up for the final conference of the CoEXist project

The CoEXist Final Conference will take place in Milton Keynes (UK), on 25-26 March 2020.

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New interim communication specialist

Marie Rupprecht joined our team for internal communications project

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New intern at Rupprecht Consult

Julia Dick joined us in December 2019 to complete her master's thesis.

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INCLUSION Newsletter #4 out now!

The 4th newsletter of the INCLUSION project features the following topics:Inspiration and guidance on inclusive transport; Transport Demand & Social Media; Barcelona peri-urban area in the spotlight

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LOW-CARB launching first innovative pilots in Krakow, Skawina and Leipzig

In the context of the LOW-CARB project, three pilots were launched in the beginning of December. The diverse pilots will be our leading examples of how to integrate low-carbon mobility plans in urban areas.

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EfficienCE project pilot with a première: Solar power from PV films lights up underground station

A Wiener Linien pilot project with Wien Energie to promote active climate protection in Ottakring as part of EfficienCE

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2nd Edition SUMP Guidelines - now available as an online booklet

The Guidelines for developing and implementing a Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (2nd edition) have now been converted to an online booklet available on the Eltis portal.

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Participation of Rupprecht Consult in the conference “VIII Jornadas de Movilidad Sostenible: Plan de Implantación. De la redacción a la acción” in the Canary Islands

In the framework of the development of several SUMPs in various municipalities in the Canary Islands, the conference was organised by the Public Works, Transport and Housing Council of the Canary Islands government, in order to provide to participants with an integrated vision of policies related to mobility and transport.

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Rupprecht Consult presented the Second version of the SUMP Guidelines at the Conference of the Parties, COP25 in Madrid, Spain

The Conference of the Parties (COP) is the supreme instance of decision in the Convention Framework of the United Nations about Climate Change (UNFCCC) and it’s 25th meeting was held in Madrid from 2-13 December 2019.

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ReVeAL meets Jerusalem

Last week, the ReVeAL project made a short stop in Jerusalem.

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SUMP concept and H2020 Project ReVeAL part of the new Thinking Cities Magazine

Polis network released the newest version of their regularly published Thinking Cities magazine

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Results from Road Transport Research in H2020 projects

The SUNRISE project was presented at the conference “Results from Road Transport Research in H2020 projects” on Dec. 5 2019 in Brussels

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Learn more about ReVeAL on the brand-new project website

Today, the official website of the ReVeAL project was launched. The new website offers a comprehensive overview of the project, including essential information on ReVeAL, such as its approach, key outputs, pilot cities and partners.

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Meeting with Budapest's new leading team around Gergely Karácsony

Our team members Kristin Tovaas and Ralf Brand met Budapests new mayor Gergely Karácsony on Nov. 7 to exchange thoughts about Budapest's successes, challenges and future plans in terms of sustainable urban mobility.

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First face-to-face meeting of GECKO stakeholders in London

Stakeholder input is a cornerstone of the GECKO project. So much is happening so fast in the realm of disruptive mobility that the only way to begin to understand it and to start to see patterns is to talk to those directly involved. GECKO has been doing this for several months through online exchange but we had our first face-to-face meeting with 24 stakeholders from across Europe and beyond on 24-25 October in London. Stakeholders came from large and small private industry representatives, local and regional authorities and public transport authorities and associations, NGOs and research. Stakeholders were asked for their input and experience with questions of collaboration between the public and the private sector, types and level of regulation and other factors influencing the successful implementation of new mobility solutions.The output of the workshop will feed directly into several GECKO activities ranging from a map of regulations to an analysis of cooperation models [...]

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Idea Jam Challenge 2019 - What challenges does Automated and Connected Transport bring?

International multi-disciplinary teams will compete online for the best idea

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Videos introducing the new SUMP Guidelines

Four videos about our new SUMP Guidelines have been recently released on Eltis, the European Urban Mobility Observatory.

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