Good Move is the successor to Iris 2 and lays down the main mobility policy lines. The new mobility plan was the result of a co-construction process in which most of the Brussels and Belgian stakeholders from both the public and private sectors took part. In doing so, the Brussels Government chose to return public space to Brussels residents and opted for a liveable, traffic-safe city, by focusing on car-free neighbourhoods (fewer cars and less through traffic), great public transport and smoother traffic circulation.
Brussels Mobility is extremely proud of this international recognition. "In Good Move, the jury found the following points in particular decisive: the impressive participation of the population during the public survey, the involvement of all Brussels partners in the design of Good Move, the vision of the city as an ecosystem and the programmatic dimension," the Brussels Regional Public Service explains.
This annual award is part of the EUROPEAN MOBILITY WEEK campaign, which takes place every year from 16 to 22 September and encourages cities to think about the possibilities of sustainable transport alternatives. As such, the campaign not only hopes to contribute to transport objectives but also to the environment by creating awareness about and encouraging the reduction of CO2 emissions, improving air quality and creating a more pleasant urban living environment. The Brussels-Capital Region seems to be on the right track!
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