Non-professional sustainable mobility advocates can apply now to join our Advisory Board

25 June 2021

Non-professional sustainable mobility advocates can apply now to join our Advisory Board

FastTrack is looking for somebody who is: passionate about sustainable mobility, involved in the sustainable mobility community, and who does not work in this field professionally to join our Advisory Board. Does that sound like you? Then be sure to apply by 7 July!

We are currently appointing an external Advisory Board to provide us with independent, informal advice to ensure that the project remains “on the right track” towards meeting our goals.

Sustainable mobility does not only involve mobility professionals. There are vast, impactful communities of non-professionals who are pushing forward innovative sustainable mobility solutions and policies through community organising, advocacy work, and more. FastTrack considers it critically important to engage these sustainable mobility and transport community members.

If this sounds like you, apply today to join the FastTrack Advisory Board.

Why apply

By sitting on the FastTrack Advisory Board, you will have the opportunity to:

  • be truly impactful in steering a funded, European sustainable mobility project;
  • advise and network with representatives from 24 local areas, in addition to the six sustainable mobility organisations who also make up the FastTrack partners;
  • familiarise yourself with how European-funded projects work, their processes and requirements;
  • have your voice heardin the sustainable mobility community;
  • be invited to speak at FastTrack events

Advisory Board member responsibilities

If selected to the FastTrack Advisory Board, you will be expected to:

  • Participate in an online meeting every six months to:provide input on reports and matters raised by the FastTrack team; provide key insights where requested; and offer additional information as relevant.
  • Receive and provide feedback every six months on how FastTrack is meeting its objectives (via email)
  • Be open to responding to occasional requests from the project for ad hoc advice (within reason), channelled via the Project Coordinator
  • Offer occasional (ad hoc) information to alert the consortium to opportunities to strengthen the project’s connection to wider, relevant initiatives (e.g. key events, collaboration opportunities, publications)
  • Join project events as an observer or speaker, e.g. online learning events (optional)
  • Act as a broader advocate for the project and its activities and outputs externally


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