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As a continuation of the previous project,Cycle in a Network 2.0 was implemented with the cooperation of two cities Nagykanizsa and Štrigova, the Tourism Board of Međimurje and the County Road Administration of Međimurje in order to continue cyclist developments providing better conditions for the upheaval of active tour ism in the Mura Region cross-border area. Beside the relevant infrastructural developments and cyclist events on both sides of the border, the project enhanced the level of connected services by establishing a common cross-border classification system (Cyclist Welcome Classification System).
The experts of the Central European Service for Cross-border Initiatives (CESCI), as part of the second phase of the evaluation of the implementation of the Programme are conducting an impact assessment of the Programme in the period 2014-2020.
Aiming to collect as many inputs as possible, the...