Elviten in Málaga
In Málaga, ELVITEN focuses on the city centre, where most streets are not open for traffic. Due to a lack of last-mile solutions, this leads to over-use of the few open streets by commuters and delivery services.
ELVITEN will create a network of 40 electric bicycles. ELVITEN will offer an incentive tool and monitoring apps.
ELVITEN will provide free testing. In Málaga, ELVITEN tackles owners, sharers and deliverers.
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ELVITEN Workshop in Málaga
On the 28 April, the second ELVITEN workshop took place at the Trade Fair and Congress in the city of Málaga in the context of the 9th Green Cities Forum. The event, organised by Promálaga, was an excellent occasion to present the ELVITEN project to Spanish stakeholders, and hear their inputs regarding the implementation of the ELVITEN scheme in this city.
The workshop was moderated by Isabel Pascual Villamor from Promálaga and had the participation of several project partners such as Villy Portouli, from ICCS, who presented the project. Andrew Winder, from ERTICO, who showed some of the results of the Public Perception Survey that was launched at the end of 2017 and that gathered more than 7000 answers on the attitudes towards EL-Vs. In addition, Sonja Pajkovska from Hubject spoke about the deployment of EL-Vs in European cities taking the city of Berlin as an example.
Spanish stakeholders also took part in the debate. Researchers from the University of Málaga, Guadalupe Gonzales and Irene Bautista made a presentation on the evolution of the transport system in Málaga. An important intervention was made by Miguel Ruiz, president of the National Urban Association (ATUC) and the managing director of Málaga’s public transport company (EMT). Mr. Ruiz explained some of the challenges the public transport is facing in the city and made emphasis on the importance of projects, such as ELVITEN, for the integration of alternative modes of mobility to the traditional public transportation systems.
The full-day event ended with an open discussion where participants raised some questions, concerns and comments regarding the project objectives and challenges.
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ELVITEN 2nd General Assembly
The ELVITEN consortium gathered in the city of Málaga on 27 April to hold the second project’s General Assembly that aimed at reviewing the current status of the project.
The 21 partners contributed during the full-day meeting by reporting on their activities they have been leading since the project kicked off in November last year.
Martin Wagner from ATOS presented the results of a series of round trips that ELVITEN has been carrying out at the project sites in order to collect information and prepare the cities for the demonstrations of Electric Light Vehicles (EL-Vs) that will start in October 2018.
Andrew Winder from ERTICO updated partners on the progress of the results of the ‘Survey on Travel in Cities’ that closed on February 2018 and that collected around 7000 answers on citizens attitudes towards EL-Vs. In addition, Evangelia Portouli from the Institute of Communication and Computer Systems (ICCS) also presented some of the results of the first project workshop that took place in Bari on the 13 April 2018.
The meeting took place at the Málaga Town Hall and was organise by Promálaga which was also responsible for the organisation of the ELVITEN workshop that was held the day before at the Trade Fair and Congress of the city.
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The ELVITEN consortium gathered in the city of Málaga on 27 April to hold the second project’s General Assembly that aimed at reviewing the current status of the project. The 21 partners contributed during the full-day meeting by reporting on their activities they have been leading since the project kicked off in November last year. Martin Wagner […]
ELVITEN project workshops
The ELVITEN project started holding a set of workshops in different cities of Europe with the aim to present the project to local stakeholders and city authorities. The first workshop took place in the city of Bari, in Italy on the 13 April 2018 and had the participation of several project partners, including the Municipality the Bari, FIA, ICCS and Kiburtz.
The idea behind the workshops is to approach key local players who will contribute in the preparation of the project demonstrations that are starting late this year and that seek to introduce Electric Light Vehicles (ELV-s) to citizens in six European cities.
This week, the project held its workshops in the city of Rome and Trikala where partners and stakeholders had the opportunity to discuss on how to make mobility in European cities more sustainable and integrate different types of ELV-s such as e-bikes and e-scooters into the public transport network.
The ELVITEN project started holding a set of workshops in different cities of Europe with the aim to present the project to local stakeholders and city authorities. The first workshop took place in the city of Bari, in Italy on the 13 April 2018 and had the participation of several project partners, including the Municipality the […]