Contact ban, curfew and boarder closures are changing the way we collaborate and influencing the cross-border mobility. As part of the interview series of EUCOR – The European Campus the project leader Dr. Kira Schumacher discusses the influence of the current situation on the SuMo-Rhine project. To read the whole interview click here.
The team of the Interreg SuMo-Rhine research project invites you to the 2nd participatory workshop “Municipal perspectives: which indicators do we need for sustainable mobility?”. The workshop will take place as a digital workshop on the 23rd June 2020, from 2 to 5 pm. The workshop’s objective is to exchange experiences and expectations of the participants regarding the evaluation of urban mobility systems. The exchange will take place in an interactive format. In addition, the researchers of the SuMo-Rhine project will present the system of indicators they have built with the aim of identifying potentials for improvement towards more sustainable solutions. The event is aimed in particular at experts-managers of […]