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The European Mobility Week campaign, which took place from 16-22 September 2019, targets urban authorities and stakeholders. The aim of the campaign is for authorities to learn from cities and towns about the most recent urban developments and reduce car-use and transport emissions.

Utilizing new technologies to improve the wellbeing of citizens, advancing clean mobility and the role of cities and city planning are just some of the key topics with which the European Mobility Week is concerned; the participants seek to find answers that are applicable on a global scale and easy to adapt.

As air pollution is an issue most cities face, local stakeholders as well as urban authorities can get together in order to discuss all things urban health and clean mobility during European Mobility Week.

As public health and sustainable mobility are closely connected, the campaign aims to make use of new technologies and measuring methods in order to get a better understanding of practical and sustainable solutions.

418 cities from 45 countries in Europe and beyond have registered. The global reach of European Mobility Week is a great step in the right direction and another sign that cooperations and partnerships are an important tool in achieving zero emission cities and sustainable mobility.

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