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ECOMM 2009 : Mobility Management Conference

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  • Eric Britton
    The ECOMM 2009 will take place from 13-15 May in Donostia-San Sebastián, Spain. The call for papers is
    Message 1 of 1 , Dec 12, 2008
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      The ECOMM 2009 will take place from 13-15 May in Donostia-San Sebastián, Spain. The call for papers is already open since November and the deadline for submission of papers is now extended to 9 January 2009. Do not miss the chance to deliver your paper! Don't forget - all of those who have presentations accepted for ECOMM 2009 will be eligible for a considerable discount to the delegate fee!

      The submission form can be downloaded here
      Submit the abstract to papers@...


      We are looking forward to receiving information about all the latest mobility management projects going on around Europe and beyond. All we are asking for at this stage is an abstract, giving an outline of your project, ideally no more than 500 words.

      Also take the chance for pre-registration to the conference.

      The main theme of the conference will be Cost-benefit and evaluation of Mobility Management. There will also be a special training and workshops on these two topics.

      The subtopics are:

      - Mobility Management and urban planning
      - Mobility Management and local access
      - Mobility Management and health/obesity
      - Mobility Management and the renaissance of cycling
      - Mobility Management and winning back public spaces
      - Mobility Management and leisure tourism


      For detailed information on the ECOMM 2009 please visit the ECOMM 2009 website.

      About Donostia-San Sebastián
      Donostia-San Sebastián (180.000 inhabitants) is situated in a white sandy bay between two hills in the north-eastern Spanish coast. It has a rich culture and is one of the best known for its Basque cuisine which has an international reputation.

      Mobility
      For the last 15 years, San Sebastian has been working to develop a new mobility culture with a lot of attention for public spaces and public transport. In Spain, it is a showcase for stimulating cycling. The centre has large pedestrian zones. The mobility policy has contributed to a pleasant


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