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Mobilitatis Omni 2021
Sustainable Infrastructure as a Bridge to connect Cities and Regions
May 12th-14th, 2021;
Mobility of All 2021 Symposium. Research Insights, Best Cases, Transport & Mobility Solutions & Networking Opportunities will be here. Will you?
We have three panels available at the symposium and Call for Abstracts and Call for Sessions will be published soon.
3 panels at the symposium:
– Sustainable Mobility Research;
– Transport Infrastructure & Mobility Policy;
– Transport Industry & Mobility Services Solutions.
If you realise that current mobility habits along the Mura and Drava river regions and further in Central and Eastern Europe dominated by private motorised modes result not only in increased congestion and pollution, but also reduce economic progress & social cohesion, then this symposium is a must attend for you.
MiRi, Murska Sobota
Mura’s Institute for infrastructure development
Mobility of All 2021 symposium has a very special mission. To re-establish the Mura River Bridge. That’s why we are signing the Mura’s Bridge Declaration in the Mura-Drava-Rails Network.
To this hybrid symposium we will invite also responsible Ministerss from Slovenia, Austria and European Commissioner and hand over the Declaration. Attend the symposium and support our cause.
Save the date:
MiRi (Mura’s institute for infrastructure development) is a civil initiative to link policies and economy with sustainable mobility for all, physical and mental health and sport through the re-opening of existing cross-border inter-regional railway connections with a simultaneous proposal to establish long-distance bicycling paths along these connections.
The MiRi initiative is for all of us who want frequent, environmental and health friendly cross-border inter-regional connections in the Pannonian area – to which many also refer as the European Amazon – for all of us . For all of us who come and go daily, weekly and occasionally, not only from the four neighbouring countries to and from the Mura and Drava regions, from Slovenia, Austria, Croatia and Hungary, but also for everyone from the regions of the whole of Central Europe. We invite you to support the initiative by joining today in the Bronze, Silver, Gold or VIP Club MiRi. The more of us there will be, the stronger we will be. Become a member today >
MiRi DEVELOPMENT PLANS
[Love] story about the Mura’s bridge or why we stand for a bridge that connects East with West? More >
We are advocating long-distance cycling routes along the existing cross-border regional lines in four countries and securing crossings over these regional lines. More >
We have to rebuild and upgrade the existing and once (after the Second World War) dismantled railway lines in the Mura and Drava regions of four countries, including the establishment of the missing line. More >
CAMPAIGN FOR THE MURA’s BRIDGE
Submission of the declaration:
at the symposium on SIA-Mobility
The founders, members and partners of MiRi had on October 16th, 2020, with the signing of the Declaration for the Mura’s Bridge in the Mura-Drava-line network – marked the opening of the railway, which 130 years ago, connected Spielfeld-Straß, Bad Radkersburg, Gornja Radgona and Ljutomer. That is how we started the campaign for this multi-functional to be Mura’s Bridge. We invite companies, enterprises and municipalities to sign the Declaration as full members of the institute or as individuals by joining the Club MiRi >
Join with your organization to MiRi and sign the Declaration for the Mura’s Bridge as our full member.
MiRi was founded by three companies:
In the meantime, some other companies and organizations, both from Slovenia and Austria, have already joined MiRi:
Corporate Social Responsibility
Branko Kurbus, Arcont, Chairman of the Board in Retirement
30 Years of Effort
Janez Erjavec, Pomurski sejem, Chairman of the Board
Igor Kržan, Reflex, Director-General
Mura-Drava-Rails Network (MDR-N)
SIA-M (Sustainable, Active and Inclusive Mobility) for all as a bridge to a low-carbon society. A regional, both rail and long-distance cycling hub as a bridge to connections throughout Central Europe. Inter-regional sustainable connections as a bridge to greater security.
Cultural heritage as a bridge to better understanding. Sports, especially volleyball and beach volleyball as a bridge of connections. Sustainable tourism as a bridge to regional development. And regional development as a bridge to the stability of the European Union. Historical milestones as a bridge of co-working.
Last but not least. Love locks on the bridge as universal symbols of love.
Support the re-establishment of the Mura’s Bridge >