European Mobility Week runs from 16–22 September each year, providing towns and cities with an opportunity to test out sustainable transport alternatives.
By encouraging individuals to choose sustainable transport modes such as walking and cycling, we can lower our carbon emissions, improve the quality of our air, and make our urban areas more pleasant places to live and work.
Since 2002 EUROPEAN MOBILITY WEEK has sought to influence mobility and urban transport issues, as well as improve public health and quality of life.
The campaign also gives people the chance to explore the role of city streets, and to experiment with practical solutions to tackle urban challenges, such as air pollution.
Towns and cities that register their participation in EUROPEAN MOBILITY WEEK showcase their commitment to clean and sustainable urban transport.
Register on the website and find resources to get involved.