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CARE-North Project Partners

City of Bremen

The Hanseatic City of Bremen (Freie Hansestadt Bremen) is a city-state in the north of Germany near the North Sea and is divided into the two municipalities of Bremen and the North Sea port, Bremerhaven. The city of Bremen is Germany’s 10th largest city with a population of nearly 550,000 inhabitants. The Ministry for the Environment, Construction and Transportation (Senator für Umwelt, Bau und Verkehr) is the supreme building authority for the City of Bremen and is responsible for a wide range of administrative activities. The mobility concept for the city includes coordinated, non-discriminate planning for all modes of transport – pedestrian, bicycles, public transport, passenger rail transport, automobiles and commercial transport – geared toward efficiency, accessibility and social, economic and environmental sustainability.


ICLEI - Local Governments for Sustainability is an international association of local governments as well as national and regional local government organisations that have made a commitment to sustainable development.


Is the privately-owned provider of garbage collection and waste treatment and in the City of Bremen. Nehlsen operates and tests various propulsion concepts for their vehicles. The innovative diesel-electric hybrids vehicles are of special interest in the waste collection industry. Nehlsen carries out scientific evalutions of the operation of these vehicles ( and also exchanges information with other operators e.g. in Sweden).

City of Malmö

Malmö is the commercial centre of southern Sweden and an international city. This is expressed, among other things, by the fact that Malmö has 280.000 residents who speak some 100 languages and belong to 164 different nationalities.


Taxistop was founded in 1975 and is a Belgian social profit organisation offering a lot of (mobility) services to a broad public. Since the very first years, carpooling and the development of carpool-matching software has been Taxistop’s “core business”. In 2002, Taxistop launched the first car-sharing service in Belgium in a unique partnership with all public transport operators. Other mobility services are Eurostop, Eventpool, Campuspool, Airportstop, Social transport for less mobile people and peer-to-peer car-sharing activities. 

Metro - West Yorkshire Integrated Transport Authority

West Yorkshire Combined Authority is the regional integrated transport authority in the Region of West Yorkshire, UK. The Authority is made up of 22 elected councillors from the county’s five local councils: Bradford, Calderdale, Kirklees, Leeds and Wakefield.