Project Description


civitas-catalistCIVITAS CATALIST, an initiative within the CIVITAS family, aims at validating, exploiting and disseminating the results of CIVITAS and, more importantly, stimulating new cities in the adoption of sustainable, clean and energy efficient urban transport measures.

The objective of CIVITAS CATALIST is to ensure that experiences of the CIVITAS Initiative are exploited up to a maximum level. In concrete terms, this means deploying actions reaching manifold objectives, promoting the results of CIVITAS through a continuing knowledge transfer process, increasing the visibility of the CIVITAS policies to the external world (including  target groups, primarily citizens, institutions, scientists and industry), using innovative means for dissemination and easy to grasp language, maintaining and expanding the networks for information exchange, extensively resorting to the vast net of alliances available to the project, facilitating and building new alliances, with the ambition to extend the possibility of concrete policy uptake.

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*Co-Funded by the European Commission, DG TREN

  • Organisation of and participation in numerous workshops and conferences to promote the results of CIVITAS through a continuing knowledge transfer process. Activities reported in details in the deliverable “Final report on interactive cooperation”
  • 5 CIVITAS Activity Fund Calls for application: 29 proposals funded
  • More than 20 factsheets ‘cities-to-cities exchange’ (C-2-C) produced/translated
  • Set up and management of the CATALIST Contact Database
  • Long term evaluation of CIVITAS I and II measures reported in the deliverable “CIVITAS Guide for the Urban Transport Professional – Results and Lessons of long term evaluation of the CIVITAS Initiative”
  • Political outreach to local and European politicians, through meetings organized by project cities and partners, reported in the deliverable “Final Policy Glance: A look at the main policy conclusions, with reference to the EU, national and local level”

  • Coordinator
  • Internal and external project representation
  • Management of the CIVITAS Activity Fund
  • Quality review of all deliverables
  • Coordination of the Policy Dimension of the project

  • SENSTADT – Senate Department for Urban Development of Berlin (DE)
  • Ministry for Environment, Construction, Transport and European Affairs of Bremen (DE)
  • BCC – Bristol City Council (UK)
  • RATB – Regia Autonoma de Transport Bucuresti (RO)
  • FGM-AMOR – Forschungsgesellschaft Mobilitaet (AT)
  • Comune di Genova (IT)
  • Traffic & Public Transport Authority of Gothenburg (SE)
  • GC – Goudappel Coffeng (NL)
  • City of Graz (AT)
  • Kaunas City Municipality Administration (LT)
  • Municipality of Krakow (PL)
  • NMCU – Nantes Métropole Communauté Urbaine (FR)
  • POLIS – Promotion of Operational Links with Integrated Services (BE)
  • REC – Regional Environmental Centre for Central and Eastern Europe (HU)
  • RSM – Roma Servizi Mobilità  (IT)
  • City of Rotterdam (NL)
  • RC – Rupprecht Consult Forschung & Beratung GmbH (DE)
  • Environmental and Health Administration of Stockholm (SE)
  • TISSEO-SMTC – Syndicat Mixte des Transports en Commun de l’Agglomération Toulousaine (FR)
  • TTR – Transport & Travel Research (UK)
  • Comune di Roma (IT)