The Association for Metropolitan Mobility (AMM) was established at the beginning of 2013 carrying out the experience accumulated by Club Metropolitan, established as a group of experts in 2007 by Club Feroviar and extended with the support of public transport operators, of the national and local institutions and authorities, university professors, the industry for passenger transport and urban freight transport services. AMM provides an active implication in supporting and promoting the most efficient policies and practices applied in Europe in sustainable mobility and metropolitan development.
The Community of European Railway and Infrastructure Companies (CER) is the leading European railway association. It was founded in 1988 with twelve members and now brings together more than 70 rmembers – European railway undertakings, their national associations as well as infrastructure companies. CER members represent about 61% of the rail network length, more than 84% of the rail freight business and about 99% of rail passenger operations in EU, EFTA and EU accession countries. CER’s objectives are to contribute to a regulatory environment enhancing business opportunities for European railway and railway infrastructure companies.
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International Association of Public Transport (UITP) is internationally recognised for its work in advancing the development of this critical policy agenda. UITP has a long history to its name, and is the only worldwide network to bring together all public transport stakeholders and all sustainable transport modes. It is working to enhance quality of life and economic well-being by supporting and promoting sustainable transport in urban areas worldwide and engages with decision-makers, international organisations and other key stakeholders to promote and mainstream public transport and sustainable mobility solutions.
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Waldo is an intelligent alarm system for urban cyclists that keeps you connected to your bike anytime, anywhere. It is comprised of a device mounted on the bike and a mobile app. If someone is tampering with the bike, the device triggers a loud alarm and notifies the user on his smartphone. If the bike does get stolen, its owner can track it using GPS. Unlike any other device, Waldo is almost impossible to take off. It is electronically locked on the bike and placed in a stainless steel case.