Last January, the Growth Lab platform was launched. As a service from EIT Urban Mobility, the digital product is aimed at those urban mobility entrepreneurs who are tired of losing time looking for opportunities and people to help them solve […]Read more
Growth Lab: The start-ups community that simplifies your work life
How investing in Walk15 means counting steps towards sustainable mobility in CEE
Nowadays, the online toolkit for active mobility enthusiasts is abundant and represented by multiple mobile apps having at the core couple of common features: (1) activity tracking; (2) data storage and personal analytics; (3) community building interface; and (4) interoperability […]Read more
Driving equity: The latest on women in innovation
Core to our mission is empowering women in STEM and business, both sectors with intense barriers to their participation. That’s why we support the theme of equity. We put that idea to action through programmes specially designed to uplift women […]Read more
Bicification: How the city of Braga has increased bicycle use in urban traffic
Portugal is becoming a leader in the field of urban mobility, and thanks to their collaboration with EIT Urban Mobility is leading the way. Together, the city and the entity have launched several projects in the country aimed at improving […]Read more
EIT Urban Mobility Signs NDA with Agence de l’Innovation pour les Transports in France to work towards sustainable urban mobility
Paris, France – EIT Urban Mobility and Agence de l’Innovation pour les Transports (AIT) in France have signed a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) to establish a collaboration between both entities and achieve that France will become a sustainable country in terms […]Read more
Barcelona Innova Lab Mobility: Get your mobility solution funded and implemented in Barcelona.
Funded by EIT Urban Mobility, the Barcelona City Council, the Barcelona Institute of Technology for the Habitat, DGT, and Fira de Barcelona, the Barcelona Innova Lab Mobility was created to boost the implementation of innovative urban mobility projects. The first […]Read more
CHILDFY: Improving mobility in the city of Cascais.
The city of Cascais, Portugal, has recently implemented the innovative CHILDFY project, funded by EIT Urban Mobility. The project focuses on providing new mobility solutions to students and young children, with the aim of creating a more sustainable urban mobility […]Read more
The art of acceleration – why is it needed?
On 20 February, EIT Urban Mobility will launch the call for applications for its thematic accelerator programmes. This year, EIT Urban Mobility expanded its portfolio of programmes with three new themes: Future Mobility, Inclusive Mobility and Smart Mobility. They complement […]Read more
The Finnish start-up Bout uses the Seine to sail away in France
Thanks to the collaboration between EIT Urban Mobility and the Moove Lab, Bout, a Finnish start-up specialising in nautical mobility, settles in Paris to tackle the French market. Founded in 2018, Bout is a platform that connects people looking for […]Read more
Supporting socially conscious innovators: introducing the new European Bauhaus Booster 2.0
Five Knowledge & Innovation Communities of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) are launching today the New European Bauhaus Booster 2.0. On a mission to foster the New European Bauhaus transformation, EIT Digital, EIT Climate-KIC, EIT Food, EIT […]Read more
MITMA-Ministry of Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda of Spain and EIT Urban Mobility agree on moving forward their collaboration agreement in 2023
EIT Urban Mobility (represented by Innovation Hub South) and the Spanish Ministry of Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda (MITMA, Ministerio de Transportes, Movilidad y Agenda Urbana) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) back in May 2022. The MoU provides the […]Read more
Reducing motorcycle-related accidents in the city of Barcelona. This is the first challenge of Barcelona Innova Lab, the first Living Lab in the city.
The first challenge aimed at reducing motorcycle-related accidents was presented today at an event organised at Ca L’Alier, where the DGT and Barcelona City Council signed a cooperation agreement towards this objective. Starting in January, Barcelona City Council, together with […]Read more