The theme of EUROCITIES 2014 Opens in a new window is Energising cities – energy intelligent cities of tomorrow.
The event offers an opportunity to learn about best practice and the outcomes of the CycleCities project Opens in a new window, which included the London Borough of Merton. The project seeks to integrate cycling within sustainable mobility management schemes.
The POSSE project to examine how to integrate ITS into smart cities Opens in a new window has published a draft agenda for the final conference in November.
27-28 November 2014, Madrid, Spain – Polis 2014
The draft programme for the 2014 Annual Polis conference Opens in a new window in available online, including papers from Paul Curtis presenting on PTP-Cycle, and Fiona McLean presenting on STARS. You can also register for the STARS early adopter training workshop.
2-5 December 2014, Brussels, Belgium - European Electric Vehicle Congress
The congress is a platform to foster exchange of views between local, regional and national authorities, industry, NGOs in the field of eMobility. An early draft programme for the event and details for registration Opens in a new window are available on the event website.
20-22 May 2015, Utrecht, Netherlands – EPOMM 2015
The date and location for the 19th European Conference on Mobility Management Opens in a new window has been finalised. EPOMM have opened the call for papers in 9 topics Opens in a new window, with a submission deadline of 9 December 2014.
2-5 June 2015, Nantes, France – Velo-city
The call for papers for Velo-city 2015 Opens in a new window is open until 31 October 2014. The 2015 edition of the conference will consider ‘Cycling as a tool for transition’ and ‘Sharing public space, a prerequisite for a democratic use of bikes’.