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MATCH-UP Project Outcomes Video to Foster low carbon urban mobility

MATCH-UP Project Outcomes Video to  Foster low carbon urban mobility

The MATCH-UP project aims to improve low carbon interchanges at local level to improve public transport by learning from our Interregional partners.






The Southern Regional Assembly is delighted to release the MATCH-UP project video outcomes outlining the process each of the partners undertook to exchange experience and learning by identifying Interregional Good Practices, undertaking study visits to partner regions and participation in Mobility Cafes and activities during European Mobility Week throughout the MATCH-UP Project. This learning is assisting each of the Interregional Partners to develop their Regional Action Plan to improve regional policies for low carbon urban mobility and modal interchange.

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MATCH-UP, a four and a half-year, 5-partners project was approved for a grant of €0.9m by the Interreg Europe Programme  and commenced in July 2018 at a meeting in Bologna. The partnership consists of 4 European regions - Southern & Eastern Ireland, County of Northeim, Germany, Municipality of Funchal, Portugal and Timisoara Municipality, Romania who are working together to share experience, solutions, and good practice to develop and deliver better public policy to reduce carbon emissions and support low carbon urban mobility in designated urban centres.

MATCH-UP is part-funded by the Interreg Europe Programme through the European Regional Development Fund and led by the University of Bologna in Italy. 

For more about the MATCH-UP project go to - www.interregeurope.eu/match-up/


Southern Regional Assembly, Waterford, Ireland

 Ms. Rose Power, EU Projects Officer, rpower@southernassembly.ie

Project Co-ordinator


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