Press release by KiSS Misano World CircuitEnvironmental and social sustainability will be among the most relevant ingredients for the success of the Gran Premio TIM San Marino e Riviera di Rimini, the 13th round of the 2016 World Motorcycling Championship due to be held at Misano World Circuit (Misano Adriatico, Rimini) on September 9-11, 2016.
The circuit named after Marco Simoncelli is going to organize for the first time the KiSS Misano-Keep it Shiny and Sustainable programme, a number of initiatives aiming to make spectators, teams and riders more aware of the importance of good practices with regard to environmental and social sustainability in motorcycling events.
SUSTAINABLE MOBILITY, ACCESSIBILITY, WASTE SORTING ON STAGE
Misano World Circuit promotes a culture of sustainability, furthermore it looks to mobility with care. During the MotoGP event this approach is fully shared with the event’s promoters.
In view of the Grand Prix a communication plan will be prepared to invite spectators and fans to come to the circuit by using public means of transportation, car pooling, bicycles. Thanks to agreements between the circuit and a series of public and private transport operators, the public will also be offered the chance to benefit from incentives and facilitations with regard to trains, shuttle bus, taxi. The traffic management plan, especially concerning traffic inflows and outflows, has been expanded in 2016 and it now covers a 100 km circle area (from 50 km until 2015) around the circuit, with the indication of specific routes depending on the ticket you own.
In addition there are initiatives to facilitate access for persons with disabilities. In particular, close to the circuit accesses you can find disabled-accessible car parking spaces. Detailed information about that will be included in the information materials of the KiSS Misano programme.
Another key issue for KiSS Misano is about encouraging spectators and fans to waste sorting, in order to keep the circuit clean, stop littering and stop food waste. Across the circuit, also in the paddock and mainly close to food and beverage outdoor shops, sorted waste collection points will be organized, including used batteries bins. Furthermore, cooking oil collection service will be provided in the paddock area and the hospitalities.