Euronews presents its second edition of “Mobility Week”, an event dedicated to the future of mobility in Europe

15 September 2022

Euronews, Europe’s leading international news media, is launching from 16 to 22 September 2022 a special week dedicated to the evolution of urban mobility in Europe.


After its first edition in 2021, this second Euronews “Mobility Week” is developed in partnership with the “European Mobility Week”, a European Commission initiative running since 2002.


During this week, Euronews’ editorial team will delve into the future of public and private mobility, confronted with the challenges of climate change, in 9 languages on TV and digital platforms.


Through a series of reports, Euronews’ correspondents will focus on innovative public and citizen initiatives that are revolutionising modes of transport to promote a cleaner ecosystem.

In particular, viewers will be able to discover the city of Gdynia, in Poland, that has for the past 10 years proven his commitment to tackle urban transport challenges. As a result, Gdynia has been selected as one of the four cities part of the “Civitas Dynamo”, a project to develop a ‘Mobility 2.0’ systems and services for sustainable mobility with a citizen-friendly approach in four European cities.


A focus will also be done on the city of Rome where a group of young people is rehabilitating abandoned buildings in the heart of the city to create more accessible housing for disabled people.


Other topics will be dedicated to innovative concepts, such as the “15-minute city” looking at the city of Pontevedra in Spain, a pedestrian paradise, and new means of individual transport in urban environments such as cargo bikes with thermal engines or electric scooters.


Euronews Next, Euronews’ business and technology online vertical, will also dig into the future of mobility in Europe. The growing number of electric cars, the question of free public transport and the reduction of cars in urban locations will be among the topics covered.


A special report will also focus on the construction of the Fehmarnbelt belt, which once completed, will connect Denmark and Germany under the Baltic Sea. Stretching 18 km, it will then be the longest immersed tunnel in the world.


In addition, as part of the Rethink series, Euronews will meet Paris Marx, creator of the weekly podcast “Tech Won’t Save Us” and author of the book “Road to Nowhere”, which takes a critical look at Silicon Valley’s vision of the future of transport.


A dedicated hub on the Euronews website will bring together all the topics, articles and videos of the channel’s digital platform.

From an advertising point of view, these thematic weeks give brands unique opportunities to take action and raise awareness of their own initiatives in a dedicated, privileged and safe environment.

Euronews is a leading international news channel and one of the best known and most trusted news brands operating across Europe. Worldwide, Euronews is broadcast in 160 countries and distributed in over 400 million homes – including 67% of homes in the European Union + UK. Every month, Euronews reaches over 140 million people, both on TV and digital platforms, according to the Global Web Index (2020).

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