Sapienza Collaborates with the Rome Council on Sustainable Mobility for Students
Sapienza, together with the Universities of “Tor Vergata” and “Roma Tre,” has signed a three-year, renewable agreement with the Rome Council to work together to reorganise the schedule of academic activities to improve student mobility.
The three universities will work jointly on a databases and best practices to improve the sustainable mobility of the university community and especially students. The agreement was signed at a ceremony with the Mayor of Rome, Virginia Raggi, the President and Managing Director of Rome’s Mobility Services, Stefano Brinchi, and the Rectors of Sapienza University (Eugenio Gaudio), Roma Tre (Luca Pietromarchi) and Tor Vergata (Giuseppe Novelli). The aim is to experiment innovative measures starting from the second semester of academic year 2019-20.
In particular, the collaboration plan aims to identify solutions that will ease traffic congestion in the university areas, promoting a rationalisation of traffic flow during peak congestion hours, to promote a more fluid mobility and less pollution throughout the city of Rome