From 16 to 22 September in Rome, on the occasion of its participation to the European Mobility Week, will take place a number of initiatives to promote an alternative idea of mobility based on sharing and on a greater use of alternative vehicles.
Since 2002 the European Mobility Week has sought to influence mobility and urban transport issues, as well as improve the health and quality of life of citizens. The campaign also gives citizens the chance to explore what the role of city streets really is, and to explore concrete solutions to tackle urban challenges, such as air pollution.
The Amapa Group wishes all a good European Mobility Week.
To see the full program of the event click here.