SMOVE.CITY participated in the "Car free day" event in Prague - Suchdol on the 19th of September

Suchdol is situated on a hill above the Vltava River, which, together with the Hercynian folds, has formed the present-day form of a romantically beautiful landscape since the Old Age, a protected nature reserve. The oldest settlements are proven by the findings of the boulder industry from the period 300,000 years ago. 

The Prague-Suchdol district was established on the basis of Act No. 418/1990 Coll., On the Capital City of Prague after the municipal elections on 24 November 1990, and consisted of the cadastral area of ​​Suchdol and the entire cadastral area of ​​Sedlec. On January 1, 2005, Dolní Sedlec joined the city district of Prague 6.

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Smove.City had an exhibition stand on the main square during this event.

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During the Car Free Day, pedestrian zones with a rich program of educational, sports, cultural and other activities and attractions for young and old are created in places normally filled with cars. Visitors will experience first-hand what a healthier, friendlier and happier city can look like when the noise from passing cars subsides, the air is cleared and valuable space belongs to people.

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This year is a big challenge for our towns and cities. But the pandemic also showed us that people appreciate and expect our cities to become safer, cleaner and accessible to all. During this week and beyond, our partner cities from all around Europe will show how greener and more digital European towns and cities could look. Adina Vălean, EU Transport Commissioner

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Smove.City desires to help achieve civic goals related to equity, innovation, experimentation, and maintaining order in the City’s right-of-way by providing high-quality, reliable equipment and software; seamless customer service; comprehensive, meaningful bike share program; and collaboration with the municipal/City and local businesses Constantin Vermoere, Founder & CEO Smove.City


At SMOVE.CITY, we believe in engaging the community and working together with local authorities, The European Mobility Week is a great way to showcase sustainable mobility initiatives.  It is the perfect opportunity to present sustainable mobility alternatives to local residents and to explain the challenges that cities and towns are facing. By taking part, towns and cities can showcase the benefits of cleaner transport choices and make progress towards better mobility in Europe.

Want to know more about other initiatives SMOVE.CITY takes to support and engage the community? Have a look at our "Equity Plan for Cities"

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