Senior Associate for Development and EU projects, City of Šibenik (STEP-UP project Partner)

Improving passengers’ mobility, new ideas and methods to ensure sustainable mobility



Ideas and ways to improve passenger mobility in the city. Basically, every city due to its specific morphological, cultural, social and economic features has to develop specific transport solutions that suits the needs of local resident living in it. Which are the crucial steps to do it? An indication about where to start and how EU funds can help us to resolve this issue. The City of Šibenik as an example: what it has done so far and what is planned next.

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Petar Mišura graduated on the faculty of Economics and enrolled postgraduate studies in ”Finance and Banking” at the Faculty of Economics and Business in Zagreb. After graduation, Petar Mišura enrolled Ph.D. “Economics” at the Faculty of Economics and Business in Split. At the beginning of his career, he worked at the Central Bureau of Statistics. After his experience, he started to work at the Jadranska Banka and soon after, at the Croatian Telecom (Hrvatski Telekom) where he completed the additional education in the field of the project management. In 2011 he became the first head of the newly established administrative department of the city of Sibenik for the Economy, Entrepreneurship, and Development, where he remains working until today. From 2013 to 2018 he worked as the assistant to the Head of the office and from 2018 he works as the acting chief of the office.