Bologna wins European Mobility Week Award 2011
The Italian city of Bologna has won the 2011 European Mobility Week Award.
The city was judged by an independent panel of mobility experts to have done the best job in promoting clean alternatives to using cars and involving citizens in activities to support sustainable urban mobility during European Mobility Week 2011.
The runners-up were Larnaka in Cyprus and the Croatian capital Zagreb.
The award was handed to the winning city by Environment Commissioner Janez Potočnik and Vice-President Siim Kallas European Commissioner for Transport at a ceremony in the Brussels Musical Instrument Museum on 5 March 2012.
The European Mobility Week 2012 will be held from 16 to 22 September under the theme “Moving in the Right Direction”.
Registration will open in the coming weeks.
Find out more here.