Electronomous: Active Travel and Micromobility, one happy family?
On September 20, POLIS will be moderating a panel at the 2021 Electronomous Conference on active travel and micromobility. Bringing together experts from the public and private sector, this session will look at the interaction between micromobility and active travel and the future of urban mobility.
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On September 20, at 11:45 - 12:30 (CET), POLIS will be moderating a discussion on active travel and micro mobility.
Are active travel and micromobility siblings? Do they partly compete, or do they complement each other within a sustainable urban mobility ecosystem? How active is micromobility actually? How to avoid unwanted modal shifts, e.g. from walking to e-scooters? But also, how can light mobility modes join forces to make cities less car-centric and call for dedicated infrastructure, and how can they contribute to making the 15’ city a reality? These and other questions will be discussed at the POLIS session “Active travel and micromobility. One happy family?”
Moderator: Karen Vancluysen, Secretary General, POLIS
- “Cannibalizing, or Putting Food on the Table? Micromobility versus Active Travel”
- Pedro Homem de Gouveia, Senior Policy Manager, POLIS
- Péter Dalos, Advisor Interated service and network development, Centre for Budapest Transport
- Francesco Iacorossi, Project Manager, Rome Mobility Agency
- Neele Reimann-Philipp, Senior Public Policy Manager, VOI
- Lauha Fried, Policy Director, Cycling Industries
- Philippe Crist, Advisor Innovation & Foresight, International Transport Forum at the OECD
For further information and to register for the event, more information here.