Deadline for Hotel Booking for European Livable Transport Conference

For those considering attending the 2007 Annual Polis Conference: Innovation in Local Transport for Attractive Cities and Regions in Toulouse, France in March: Toulouse has a very low hotel capacity. Several rooms have been pre-booked by Polis until today. Conference organizers therefore kindly advise all participants to book their hotel rooms before that date. While booking, do not forget to mention that you are a participant to the Polis Annual Conference!

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