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The Mobirural project held its third meeting in Berlin, bringing together representatives of all partners and external guests interested in the advancement of mobility in rural environments in Europe. During two days, participants discussed challenges and solutions for rural mobility in different regions of the continent.

The meeting was organised by the German project partner, the Institute for Climate Protection, Energy and Mobility (IKEM). The event started with a talk by María López Gálvez, head of the Transport Services Management Service of the Regional Government of Extremadura, who presented the current situation of public transport in Extremadura and the sustainable mobility solutions already implemented in the region. The BIGDATA Mobility analysis and the creation of an on-demand transport system were some of the highlights of the presentation. Alexander Klinge, Head of Mobility at neuland21 e.V. in Germany, continued the talk, presenting best practice examples for rural Mobility as a Service (MaaS) applications in Germany.

In addition to core project topics such as coordination and finances, the meeting also included updates on the project’s communication and dissemination activity, as well as on the current status of the training course contents and the learning platform.

At the closing of the meeting, the project partners discussed the next steps, including the validation of the training course and learning platform with local development agents, which will take place at the next meeting in Badajoz.

With the third Mobirural meeting under its belt, the project continues to make progress in improving rural mobility in Europe, with the collaboration of its partners and the community of experts interested in the subject.

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