Winners 2013

Winners 2012

In 2013, 18 promotional actions were rewarded with up to EUR 7000 each in financial support from the European Commission's Sustainable Urban Mobility Campaign. View the winning actions below.

Schulterblick - Die Wiener Radfahrschule

by Schulterblick - Die Wiener Radfahrschule

Austria

The 'Schulterblick' association organises cycling courses for school classes in the centre of Vienna in order to support and motivate children and families to use the bicycle for everyday transport in the city.

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OV experience

by GoodPlanet Belgium

Belgium

Essentially a fun, mentor-led action, OV experience pairs young, public transport-savvy youngsters with employees in firms. By accompanying their protégés on selected trips to/from work, the unique idea is that the younger generation can impart their experience and show those interested the advantages of sustainable modes of transport.

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We all work there, we all want to get there!

by Nadace Partnerství / Cezch Environmental Partnership Foundation

Czech Republic

A campaign on the implementation of the very first mobility plan in the Czech Republic. We strive to make mobility management a priority for the new programming period in the Czech Republic and to take advantage of EC programmes such as Intelligent Energy Europe etc.

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Supermodal campaign

by Gate21

Denmark

The campaign will promote a multi-modal lifestyle as well as sustainable transport services at approximately 80 workplaces.

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Do the Right Mix - it's your move!

by Valonia- Service Centre for Sustainable Development and Energy of Southwest Finland

Finland

The campaign will promote a broad array of climate friendly alternatives to driving during the European Mobility Week. The aim of the campaign is to raise awareness and stir up conversation about smarter ways to travel for everyone in society.

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L'intermodalité, clé de la mobilité

by Syndicat Saône Mont d'Or

France

This action provides attractive and innovative alternatives to using the private car for the first and last miles of the commute. This includes train and bike or train and carpooling.

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Veszprém in movement for clean air

by Municipality of Veszprém Town of County Rank, Hungary

Hungary

The aim of this action is to persuade parents not to take each child to school by car every morning, causing traffic jams in the city, but to have them use diverse alternative modes of transport. Transporting groups can optimally be made up of 3-4 parents and they can discuss which parent would take and pick up the kids from school either by bus, bicycle or on foot.

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Kerry Bicycle Festival 2013

by Kerry Bicycle Festival

Ireland

Kerry Bicycle Festival is a free festival which brings together a selection of diverse events which all aim to celebrate the humble bicycle. As well as educational, social and fun cycles, the festival's week-long programme of events also includes a bicycle themed art exhibition, film and workshops.

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Green organisation (Go) - Mobility at the University of Liechtenstein (UniLi)

by Universität Liechtenstein

Liechtenstein

Not only do we raise awareness about sustainable commuting, we also encourage its implementation! Go Mobility begins with 'mobility days' and reaches a peak during 'mobility month'.

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Kaunas University Green Mobility Plan

by TAEM Urbanistai

Lithuania

A multi-site University Green Mobility Plan is being developed in partnership with mobility plan experts Kaunas Technical University, and TAEM Urbanistai.

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You can use my electric car

by Natuur & Milieu

Netherlands

Natuur & Milieu, Athlon car lease, Snappcar and the city of Rotterdam are working together to promote carsharing. We allow people to drive an electric vehicle for free and even earn money if they succeed in carsharing!

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Carbon free day

by City of Oslo in Norway

Norway

On 19 September, the city of Oslo will exhibit carbon-neutral and other fossil-fuel-free vehicles together with the Norwegian electric vehicle association. Alternatives to the private car will also be exhibited.

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It's your move - choose a bicycle

by Wroclaw Cycling Initiative (Wrocławska Inicjatywa Rowerowa)

Poland

The Wroclaw Cycling Initiative would like to encourage people to cycle more often by organising a week of cycling events during the EMW 2013. We want to target regular cyclists, as well as beginners, promote multi-modal journeys and highlight the benefits of cycling such as its positive impact on air quality and mobility.

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Sexta de Bicicleta (Bike Friday)

by MUBi - Associação pela mobilidade urbana em bicicleta

Portugal

A nation-wide campaign with a simple idea: that we all commit to bring our bicycle to work on every Friday of 2013 (and onwards).

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European mobility week in Banská Bystrica 2013

by Quercus - Obcianska cykloiniciativa Banska Bystrica

Slovakia

The programme is a series of events and campaigns in the week of September 16, 2013, to promote environmentally friendly transportation in the city, with an emphasis on promoting the bicycle as a equal transport tool in Banská Bystrica.

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V troje - bicycling to work in May 2014

by Urbani premiki, društvo za dvig kakovosti bivanja v mestih

Slovenia

This action encourages people to form groups of three ('V troje') and carry out all of their daily activities over the month of May by bicycle rather than by car.

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Girona cycle sexy

by Associació de Naturalistes de Girona

Spain

An inclusive Instagram photo contest whereby participants compete to produce the most fashionable and attractive photo of them and their bike. The second parallel competition is a bicycle fashion parade through the streets of Girona.

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The Climate Game 2013

by Örebro Regional Development Council

Sweden

The Climate game is a competition where children and young people, aged 10-16, who are involved in sports will challenge themselves, and others, by walking, cycling and using public transport to get to training and competitions instead of going by car.

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