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Opening Plenary: Winning Hearts and Minds. Accelerating sustainable change
What are the mechanisms of behavioural change? What determines public acceptance of mobility measures? Or do we just need political courage?
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1C. Healthy urban and transport planning
Learn more about how health, urban planning and transport are inherently linked
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1A. Size doesn't matter: Boosting innovation in Small and Medium-Sized Cities
Discover the experience of small and medium-sized cities at the forefront of transport innovation
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1B. New traffic management tools and cooperation models
Hear about cooperative and strategic traffic management being established in Metropolitan regions
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1D. Zero-emission transport: Don't be afraid to start with freight!
The session presents the challenges and opportunities of zero-emission transport of goods in urban areas
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MEET THE DUTCH: Mobility hubs
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2B. Innovations in traffic management
Learn how urban regions are developing environmentally sensitive and integrated traffic management systems
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2A. In the corridors of TEN-T
Recommendations for the future TEN-T framework and how cities and regions are making the TEN-T a reality
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2C. How can public authorities steer freight and service consolidation?
Logistics is getting smarter! Several cities share their efficient and emission-free delivery initiatives
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2D. Changing travel behaviour
Green mobility requires behaviour change; explore how smart and sustainable travel habits are being encouraged
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3B. Governing MaaS
How can we build public sector oversight into MaaS and how can we truly integrate sustainable modes through MaaS?
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3D. Risk Assessment: New methods and sources of data
Understanding road user behaviour is critical for assessing road safety. This session looks at how data can drive this intelligence
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3C. Co-creation and citizens engagement
Participatory projects have been central to mobility initiatives. Learn how citizen engagement can best be utilised for innovation
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3A. Getting ready for the next decade of parking policies
Hear how novel and innovative approaches to the kerbside are transforming parking in neighbourhoods
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MEET THE DUTCH: Experience energy & mobility system innovations
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4D. PPP's for New Mobility Services (Part 1)
Public and private cooperation is expanding rapidly. This session assesses several partnerships and explores the future of these initiatives
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4A. Sustainable mobility in times of COVID-19 (Part 1)
How can we capitalise on the mobility opportunities offered by COVID-19 and mitigate the threats facing us?
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4B. Unlocking the data potential - Better data for better planning (Part 1)
Find out how data is being utilised for smart mobility, from public transport networks, to cycling, freight and beyond
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4C. Promoting and integrating walking and cycling at urban and regional level (Part 1)
How can active mobility be placed at the heart of our city? Several cities are building a toolkit for a bicycle and pedestrian centric city
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4C. Promoting and integrating walking and cycling at urban and regional level (Part 2)
How can active mobility be placed at the heart of our city? Several cities are building a toolkit for a bicycle and pedestrian centric city
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4B. Unlocking the data potential - Better data for better planning (Part 2)
Find out how data is being utilised for smart mobility, from public transport networks, to cycling, freight and beyond
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4A. Sustainable mobility in times of COVID-19 (Part 2)
COVID-19 has transformed mobility, but how can we capitalise on these shifts to avoid returning to “business as usual”?
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4D. PPP's for New Mobility Services (Part 2)
How can new types of public-private cooperation help to maximise the potential of new mobility services?
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5D. Capacity Building for Road Safety
Keeping pedestrians safe requires new and integrated approaches. Find out what solutions are being developed around Europe
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5A. Improved access for all
How to make mobility accessible, affordable and smart? Challenges, opportunities and solutions for opening mobility to all
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5C. E-mobility solutions: Ready to integrate and scale-up!
From Electric carsharing to e-bikes, hear how cities are shifting to accommodate new modes of transport
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5B. Digitalising the infrastructure
Learn how traffic management, freight and other infrastructure is being transformed for the digital age
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6D. Smart Cities & Smart Governance
When do you call a city smart? Cities are shaping their innovation strategies and help the private sector align with public policy goals
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6C. Reallocating space to promote active travel and create better places
Hear how cities have been maximising public space to encourage and facilitate active travel and shared spaces
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6A. Managing urban infrastructures
Infrastructures need to be dynamic and multimodal. See insights from projects across Europe, learning from best practices
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6B. Shared data for shared mobility
How can shared mobility data inform and shape policy and help to regulate new mobility services in our cities?
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MEET THE DUTCH: Changing mobility behavior and cycling in Arnhem Nijmegen
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7A. Hubs and Nodes
A session dedicated to mobility hubs, a new concept of urban multimodal space, with experiences from Bologna, Bremen and Leuven
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7D. Boom & Bonanza? Active travel in times of COVID-19
The role of walking, cycling and micromobility in times of COVID and beyond, featuring operators and industry representatives
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7C. SUMPs: The next generation
Leading cities and regions discuss what the next generation of Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans look like
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7B. Mobility as a Service
Ile-de-France, Madrid and operators Cubic and Taxistop share experiences on making Mobility as a Service a reality in cities and regions
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8A. Expanding the UVAR toolbox (Part 1)
How can cities effectively use urban vehicle access regulations to achieve more liveable, safer and more sustainable mobility?
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8B. Planning for automated vehicles (Part 1)
How can cities prepare for automation or should automation prepare for cities? With a focus on policy, planning and capacity-building
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8C. Future-proof e- charging infrastructure (Part 1)
How can cities and regions develop and deploy e-charging infrastructure to support the transition towards electric mobility?
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8C. Future-proof e-charging infrastructure (Part 2)
How can cities and regions develop and deploy e-charging infrastructure to support the transition towards electric mobility?
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8A. Expanding the UVAR toolbox (Part 2)
How can cities effectively use urban vehicle access regulations to achieve more liveable, safer and more sustainable mobility?
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8B. Planning for automated vehicles (Part 2)
How can cities prepare for automation or should automation prepare for cities? With a focus on policy, planning and capacity-building
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MEET THE DUTCH: Sustainable corridor innovations
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Closing Plenary: Green Dealing for Green Healing
How to ensure a green recovery from the current health crisis and not compromise on the EU’s Green Deal targets because of COVID-19?
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