After Bordeaux, Brugge, Brussels and Krakow, Dubrovnik and Puebla held the first event of their respective Collaborative Networks during the first month of 2024.
- On January 22, 2024, the city of Dubrovnik brought together the cities of Évora, Gyeongju, Regensburg, Split, Warsaw and Vienna around the thematic “Regulation of traffic within the buffer zone of the World Heritage Site”.
- On January 25, 2024, the city of Puebla brought together the cities of Cidade Velha, Mexico City, Morelia, Quebec City and Xochimilco around the thematic “Rejuvenating the historic center through an active mobility model”.
Follow the calendar of network activities on the home page of the Roadmap website to keep track of all upcoming meetings!
To consult all the Networks created to date and the progress of their work, please visit the Collaborative Networks Library, accessible via the link below: