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News article9 December 2021Directorate-General for Mobility and Transport

Call for applications for the selection of members of the Multimodal Passenger Mobility Forum

Multimodal Passenger Mobility Forum (MPMF)

The MPMF shall assist the Commission in the preparation of policy initiatives in the field of sustainable multimodal mobility for passengers. The MPMF serves as a platform for structured dialogue, exchange of technical knowledge, cooperation and coordination between Union Member States and relevant public and private stakeholders.

Commission Decision C(2021)8688 of 3.12.2021 on setting up the Multimodal Passenger Mobility Forum
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The MPMF’s main tasks include:

(a) to assist the Commission in the preparation of policy initiatives in the field of sustainable multimodal mobility for passengers;

(b) to establish cooperation and coordination between the Commission and Member States or stakeholders on questions relating to the implementation of Union legislation, programmes and policies in the field of sustainable multimodal mobility policy and shift towards more sustainable transport modes for passengers;

(c) to assist the Commission in the early preparation of implementing acts, before submission to the relevant committee in accordance with Regulation (EU) No 182/2011 of the European Parliament and of the Council;

(d) to bring about an exchange of experience and good practice in the field of sustainable multimodal mobility for passengers, including for cross-border regions;

(e) to provide advice and technical expertise to the Commission on the development and implementation of future proof and innovation friendly legislation, policies, projects and programmes in the field of multimodal mobility for passengers and shift of more activity towards more sustainable transport modes, for example in the form of opinions, reports or analyses, and contribute towards an integrated and seamless multimodal system of sustainable and smart mobility services;

(f) to provide advice on developing synergies between EU, national and regional funding and financing opportunities in the area of research, innovation, development, deployment and scaling up of cross-border sustainable multimodal mobility solutions and modal shift towards the most sustainable transport modes;

(g) to facilitate exchanges of information on initiatives, projects and partnerships dealing with sustainable multimodal mobility for passengers;

(h) to interact with the Mission Platform for the implementation of the EU Mission on climate-neutral and smart cities on the development and implementation of future proof and innovation friendly legislation, policies, projects and programmes as well as on developing synergies between EU, national and regional funding and financing opportunities in the field of multimodal mobility for passengers and modal shift, including urban mobility.

 

Membership

The MPMF can count up to 100 members.

Interested organisations are invited to submit their application to the European Commission, Directorate-General for Mobility and Transport.

Call for applications for the selection of members of the Multimodal Passenger Mobility Forum
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The duly signed applications must be sent by 12 January 2022 noon (CET) at the latest by e-mail only to MOVE-MULTIMODAL-DIGITAL-MOBILITY-SERVICES@ec.europa.eu. The date of the e-mail will be the date of sending.

DG MOVE will take the following criteria into account when assessing applications:

  • proven and relevant competence and experience, including at European and/or international level, in areas relevant to multimodal mobility and in particular as regards the development of multimodal digital mobility services facilitating planning, booking and payment of journeys in local areas and for long-distances;
  • competence, experience and hierarchical level of the proposed representatives;
  • good knowledge of the English language of the proposed representatives allowing active participation in the discussions;
  • organisations shall be established in one of the Member States.

For any further information please contact MOVE-MULTIMODAL-DIGITAL-MOBILITY-SERVICES@ec.europa.eu

Register of Commission expert groups and other similar entities: Calls for applications

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Publication date
9 December 2021
Author
Directorate-General for Mobility and Transport