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  • Stories from the regions: Bucharest Metro Line 5, Romania


    Stories from the Regions goes to Bucharest, Romania, where a brand new section of Metro Line 5, co-financed by the EU, will be gradually opened to the public starting from 2020. Even despite the fact that the construction has faced several difficulties and lengthy delays over the past years, the...

    RegioStars 2020: 25 finalists announced and Public Choice Award now open


    The European Commission has announced the 25 finalists of the 2020 RegioStars competition for the best EU Cohesion policy projects. They competed in 5 categories: “Industrial transition for a smart Europe” “Circular economy for a green Europe” “Skills & education...

    Urban Innovative Actions: 11 new projects will receive EU funding


    The Commission and the French Regional Council of Hauts-de-France, as entrusted entity managing the Urban Innovative Actions (UIA), have finalised the evaluation of the 5th and last call for proposals. The winning projects coming from Brussels, Ghent and Leiedal (Belgium), Sofia (Bulgaria), Halandri...

    Panorama 73: Emilia-Romagna in line for a smarter future


    The summer issue of Panorama magazine is now available to download, with a main article featuring the EU’s response to the COVID-19 crisis. We examine the Coronavirus Investment Initiative Plus, as well as other financial instruments, and profile projects tackling the issues head on...

    Cohesion policy: Commission approves €83 million investment to improve Lisbon’s metro connection


    Today, the European Commission has approved an investment of €83 million from the Cohesion Fund to improve the metro network in Lisbon, Portugal. The project will improve the connection, efficiency and safety of the metro lines. It will better link Lisbon’s busy Yellow line, which serves...

    Cities in the World: A New Perspective on Urbanisation


    European Commissioner for Cohesion and Reforms, Elisa Ferreira and Secretary-General of the OECD, Angel Gurría jointly launched the report “Cities in the World: A New Perspective on Urbanisation” on June 16th. The “Cities in the World”- report, shows...

    Sensors in Albacete will measure air quality and noise


    In Spain, Albacete City Council will install a system for monitoring and evaluating air quality and environmental noise thanks to co-financing from ERDF. A network of stations will measure the level of certain particles, including nitrogen oxides, sulphur oxide and ozone, as well as noise level,...

    European City Facility: First call open for municipalities


    The European City Facility (EUCF) will assist municipalities with fast and simplified financial support for developing investment concepts delivering local sustainable energy projects. More than €12m of funding will be available through a series of regional calls to support over 200...

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