The theme of this year’s European Mobility Week expresses the ambitious goal of establishing a carbon neutral Europe by 2050, as announced by the President of the European Commission, Ursula von de Leyen. With that in mind, our Mobility Actions for this year’s European Mobility Week pertain to all modes of transportation: cycling, walking, and public transport. Our motto this year is: “Move responsibly!”.
Ε-Bikes: The future is electric
When distances grow larger, inclines are steeper, or when you simply want to sweat a little less, the answer comes in the form of an electric bike.
Especially this year, when the Ministry of the Environment is providing motives for the purchase of e-bikes, it’s important to find out more about them, their capacities and their features.
Besides, the SNFCC is the first venue in Greece where, in the last few years, visitors are regularly given the opportunity to try an electric bicycle, and experience its benefits first hand.
Up to 10 participants per 20’ slot
Free admission by online pre-registration (the event is conducted in Greek)
Preregistration starts on Friday 04/09 at 12.00 for the activities held between 07/09 – 13/09
Preregistration starts on Friday 11/09 at 12.00 for the activities held between 14/09 – 20/09
Preregistration starts on Friday 18/09 at 12.00 for the activities held between 21/09 – 27/09
Preregistration starts on Friday 25/09 at 12.00 for the activities held between 28/09 – 04/10
The SNFCC’s shuttle buses take part in EMW
Public transport, such as buses, are one of the most eco-friendly ways of moving around the city. By carrying a much larger number of passengers than a private car, they make a significant contribution in reducing emissions, as well as road traffic.
The SNFCC’s shuttle buses are a green, cheap and practical way to visit the SNFCC. And this year, our buses demonstrate this role by taking part in EMW!
Bike in the city
During EMW, and running alongside its special themed events, the SNFCC will also present, through its YouTube channel and Facebook page, a daily mini-series of videos filmed on its premises, on the subject of urban cycling.
Design-Implementation: Cities for Cycling
Due to public health measures, there may be changes regarding either the staging of the event, or the maximum number of participants.