MAMBA project at European mobility week
Trelleborg Municipality kicked off the European Mobility week by giving a presentation of the MAMBA project. The presentation took place at the city hall, in front of the municipality’s officials. The Trelleborg team will be active during the whole European Mobility Week and will also present their pilot with the school buses and their idea of a mobility centre, in the form of a coworking space. During the week the team will be sharing information about the project at the local library and town square.
Another event that will be part of European Mobility Week is the launch of a new rental service for cargo bikes, part of the digital mobility centre. With the help of the platform and the cargo bikes opportunity, the Trelleborg MAMBA partner hopes to promote a new sustainable alternative to conventional transport and also to start a dialogue with the citizens, by offering them the opportunity to ask questions and come with suggestions and ideas.
European Mobility Week has aimed to better public health and quality of life by advocating clean mobility and sustainable urban transport, since 2002. The initiative offers people the opportunity to explore the role of city streets and to experiment with practical solutions to tackle urban challenges, such as air pollution. This year, the focus of the campaign that takes place between 16 and 22 September is on safe walking and cycling and consists of a number of activities taking place in cities around Europe.