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CIVITAS supports 17 clean urban transport projects


Publication date: 18 May 2004


The European Commission announced yesterday 17 cities joining the CIVITAS programme for develoing clean urban transport: Burgos, Debrecen, Genoa, Krakow, La Rochelle, Ljubljana, Malmö, Norwich, Odense, Ploiesti, Potenza, Preston, Stuttgart, Suceava, Tallinn, Toulouse and Venice. The new cities are committed to the use of natural gas and biofuels in their transport fleets.

 

Background:
The CIVITAS initiative supports ambitious cities in introducing and testing measures to radically improve urban transport. It aims to achieve a significant change in the modal split towards sustainable transport modes, and to increase the use of clean vehicles and alternative fuels. The EU has granted CIVITAS a budget of 50 million Euro.
www.civitas-initiative.org


 
 
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