News and Events
News and Events
- Project News – TRAVEL PLAN PLUS Project wins European Award
TRAVEL PLAN PLUS has won an Award from the European Platform on Mobility Management for being the best Policy Transfer project in the mobility management sector. The Award was presented to Lisa Davison and Marcus Enoch of lead partner Loughborough University at the European Conference on Mobility Management held in Frankfurt on 14-16 June. EPOMM is a network of governments in European countries that are engaged in Mobility Management (MM). They are represented by the Ministries that are responsible for MM in their countries. EPOMM is organised as an international non-profit organisation with a seat in Brussels. EPOMM exists to set the Agenda for MM in Europe and to create a range of benefits for its members, and one tool for achieving this is through the transfer of best practice – hence the setting up of this new Award.
- Project and Site News – The Final Monitoring and Evaluation Report will be available shortly
The SUMO-inspired evaluation demonstrates how effective LTPNs are in meeting local objectives and highlights the challenges in delivering energy savings even when modal shift occurs. Both the process and the outcomes have been evaluated and key findings are included in the series of TRAVEL PLAN PLUS publications.
- Project News – A series of TRAVEL PLAN PLUS publications are now available, highlighting the key lessons learnt through TRAVEL PLAN PLUS, for:
- Project News – How to create and sustain a Local Travel Plan Network
The TRAVEL PLAN PLUS distance learning short course aimed primarily at implementers of mobility management measures who are interested in developing Local Travel Plan Networks is now available. It includes practical advice from implementation partners and other LTPN experts. Click here to register and receive your username and password.
- Project News – TRAVEL PLAN PLUS meeting in Amsterdam, the Netherlands
The sixth and final meeting of the TRAVEL PLAN PLUS consortium took place in Amsterdam. The purpose of this meeting was to ensure that the lessons learnt through TRAVEL PLAN PLUS were communicated effectively and that opportunities for dissemination were maximised. The content of the TRAVEL PLAN PLUS publication series and the Final Monitoring and Evaluation Report, were scrutinised, reviewed and validated by the Advisory Committee and project partners prior to submission and publication.
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