Updated: Mar 1, 2019
The Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning Award focused on rewarding municipalities that succeed in coming up with a mobility solution that benefits both citizens and businesses while improving the quality of life.
The top 3 finalist for this award are: Brussels (Belgium) impressed the jury with its innovative logistics schemes; Budapest (Hungary) stood out for successfully integrating freight transport within the overall mobility strategy, and Stockholm (Sweden) was appreciated for its strategy stimulating the local economy while limiting the adverse impact of urban freight.
The jury also acknowledged high-quality applications from Berlin (Germany), Naples (Italy), Piatra Neamț (Romania) and Rotterdam (the Netherlands).
Last year the first place went to Murcia (Spain) for its success in terms of multimodality and intermodality of transport.