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Are you interested in knowing better the SMARTA project? MemEx is glad to announce that the project promotional video is now online. Watching the video, you will get to know the activities and most important results reached by the project in few minutes. The video is available on YouTube at this link. The SMARTA project – […]

MemEx participated at the POLIS2020 Annual Conference on the 02nd December focused on accessibility issues in the current transport system. Andrea Lorenzini presented the key results of the SMARTA project, highlighting how it is time to put rural mobility higher on the EU Agenda. It is time to act now, ensuring equal access to all! […]

Memex in collaboration with VECTOS organised the webinar “Time to Act for Rural Mobility” on the 5th November within the SMARTA project. The webinar aimed to discuss the main issues of integrating different forms of shared mobility solutions with the conventional public transport. The cross-cutting themes were (i) what does “integration” mean for rural shared […]

Participate to the workshop on rural mobility “Possible mobility scenarios: a vision for Dreisam Stromer”  organised by Bürgerbus Dreisam Stromer in collaboration with SMARTA project on the 20th October. The one-day workshop will bring local communities together with planners and political decision-makers. The workshop will start with a keynote speech from Dr. Martin Schiefelbush, which will […]

MemEx, as coordinator of the SMARTA project, participated to the KoM with the association Bürgerbus Oberes Glantal in the small town of Schönenberg-Kübelberg, Rheinland Palatinate (Germany) last 22nd June. This was the first MemEx trip after the lock-down period. The meeting was very productive. Giorgio Ambrosino and Andrea Lorenzini met the representatives of the association and […]

SMARTA project has been invited to organise a workshop at the 4th European Rural Parliament which will be held in Asturias, Spain from the 6th to the 9th November. The workshop titled  “The role of policy in impriving mobility services in European rural areas” will be led by Giorgio Ambrosino. Click here for more information!

More than fifty, including representatives of the Commission and the European Parliament, mobility experts, transport operators and authorities, universities, research centers and public bodies from different European countries, participated in the first workshop (Brussels, 30-31 January 2019) of the SMARTA project, coordinated byMemEx, and aimed at exploring sustainable mobility solutions for European rural areas. Plenary sessions, […]

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