march, 2024

wed06mar11:00wed12:30RAPTOR Call 2024: City Challenges Description and Live Q&A (Part 1)11:00 - 12:30

Event Details

The RAPTOR 2024 Call for startups and SMEs is launching soon! REGISTER to attend our RAPTOR 2024 Call City Challenges Description and Live Q&A session (Part 1) information webinar and learn more about 8 of the niche city challenges!

During this Part 1 session city challenges will be presented by:

  • Berlin
  • Fingal County
  • Konya
  • Las Rozas de Madrid
  • Liepāja
  • Vila Nova de Gaia
  • Vilnius
  • Vitoria-Gasteiz

Don’t forget also to REGISTER for Part 2, which will be held next Thursday 7 March 2024, 11:00 – 12.30 CET. Cities presenting during the Part 2 session will be:

  • Bacău
  • Brasov
  • Brussels Capital Region
  • Ghent
  • Graz
  • Helsinki
  • Košice


Rapid environmental changes are impacting our cities and require rapid and innovative actions. The Rapid Applications for Transport (RAPTOR) Programme seeks to do just this via its agile competition. The RAPTOR competition matches European cities facing urban mobility challenges with start-ups with innovative mobility solutions. While each of the city challenges and proposed solutions are different, the common theme woven throughout is the urgency of the transition to more sustainable transport. 

Since 2022, RAPTOR has run 31 pilots across 24 cities in Europe and continues to shake up the status quo, as you can read in this Impact Story. Previous cities include Tallinn, Prague, Istanbul, Tel Aviv, Munich, and Barcelona – read more on our RAPTOR website.


The RAPTOR 2024 Call will award €40k to the 15 start-ups/SMEs with the most innovative, feasible, and impactful solutions to the 15 niche city mobility challenges. Start-ups/SMEs will have the opportunity to develop and pilot their solution over 5 months and receive customised mentoring sessions.


To learn more about the RAPTOR programme and previous projects, check out the RAPTOR website.

For further questions, please contact the RAPTOR team via


(Wednesday) 11:00 - 12:30