Learn more about the 5 cities where upark! will be available in 2016...
Brussels might be the capital of Europe but it is also stuck with severe traffic congestion problems: according to the TomTom Traffic Index it is the 18th most congested city in Europe. With a metropolitan area of 1.8 million inhabitants, the city does represent a challenge for urban innovators...
Spain's capital city has an average morning peak congestion of 43% (increase in travel time compared to a Free Flow condition). Home to 15 universities, this metropolitan area of 6.5 million is the fourth largest urban agglomeration in the European Union after London, Paris and the Rhine-Ruhr region.
Home to more than 72,000 university students, Cologne has a population of 1 million inhabitants and a surrounding metropolitan area of more than 11 million (3rd largest in the European Union). The TomTom Traffic Index ranks it as the 29th most congested city in Europe...
The 9th most congested town in Europe and the capital city of Ireland, Dublin has an average morning peak congestion of 81% according to the TomTom Traffic Index. The Greater Dublin Area regroups some 1.8 million people and is calling for swift action on its existing 'search traffic' problem.
A metropolitan area with a population of 700,000, the city is located in South-East Spain and is home to two universities. Today Murcia's traffic congestion is on the rise but the upark! community is looking forward to ameliorating the situation.
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upark! has received funding from the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration through the frontierCities accelerator programme (grant agreement no. 632853) under the sub-grant agreement no. 012