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Match-Up Project Workshop, Dublin, 31st October 2018

Match-Up Project Workshop, Dublin, 31st October 2018

MATCH-UP project focuses on the optimization of the places where people change
between transport modes. By considering 4 main types of low-carbon means of transport
(Walking/cycling; Rail transport; Public transport; Green vehicles), MATCH-UP aims at
achieving significant improvements of modal interchange within 4 involved countries (IE,
DE, PT, RO). To reach this aim we in the Southern Regional Assembly want to have you
on board!
The launch event of the call for interest will present MATCH-UP goals and activities in an
informal environment, where transport users, associations and citizens as well as other
stakeholder groups will be invited to get to know our project and to understand how to get
involved in future activities.


When? 11.00 on Wednesday 31st October 2018 until 13.30 when a light lunch of soup and sandwiches will be available


Where? Wynn’s Hotel Dublin,35/39 Lower Abbey Street, Dublin 1


Who? Transport users, transport providers,environmental associations, civil society associations,students, citizens and everybody who is interested in the topic.


How? We will meet for a short workshop presenting the main objective of the project and where different speakers will be invited to present their point of view on the multimodal mobility in our region.


Join us!

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