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European Mobility Week poster
The European Mobility Week 2020 highlights the importance of accessibility to a zero-emission mode of transport and promotes an inclusive framework that involves everyone.

Encourage citizens and local authorities across Europe to take action to achieve the long-term goal of a carbon neutral continent.

For a emission-free mobility

The European Mobility Week (SEM) 2020, from September 16 to 22 under the slogan “for mobility without emissions”.

This week, it should be remembered that there is an urgent need to improve the mobility model. Encouraging more sustainable means of transport such as public transport, walking and cycling.

This initiative originated in Europe in 1999, with support from the European Commission since 2000. Held annually, from 16 to 22 September, with activities to promote sustainable mobility.

In Spain, the Ministry for the Ecological Transition and Demographic Challenge, the national coordinator of the European project, is responsible for the dissemination and promotion of this initiative.

On September 22, the event “The city, without a car!” will take place, origin of this European initiative, which aims to find new solutions to the problems of increasing traffic in cities.

It is necessary to highlight the high participation of civil society, social organizations, institutions and companies, as implemented by Mobility Actionduring the European Week.

Sustainable mobility activities to make citizens aware of their influence area.

Explaining the individual and collective benefit of behavioral change when choosing a non-polluting mode of transport.

In this sense, Cycling Friendly Mobilityorganizes several events to distribute and highlight the importance of sustainable mobility in general and cycling, in particular, because of the countless advantages in this area.

In addition, this year we conducted a previous study into free mobility for companies that are committed to sustainable mobility. Request here.

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