POLIS x EU Regions Week: Future of transport workforce
The European Week of Regions and Cities explores the future of transport workforce: retaining talent and developing skills for regional development
As part of the European Week of Regions and Cities, POLIS is joining Île-de-France Europe - Mobility and innovation department Île-de-France region, SARAGOSSA - Centre-Val de Loire Region, and Baden-Württemberg to convene a meeting on the future of jobs and skills for urban mobility.
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The European Week of Regions and Cities is an annual four-day event during which cities and regions showcase their capacity to create growth and jobs, implement European Union cohesion policy, and prove the importance of the local and regional level for good European governance.
The transport sector is crossing a new digital frontier, with increased automation and connectivity, fostering benefits for users and the mobility system as a whole, including making transport safer, more accessible and sustainable. However, this presents a range of challenges for public authorities in retaining talent for regional growth. What job functions will be created, lost and transformed? What will the role of EU legislation be? How can public authorities ensure their voices are heard?
Miriam Koch - Consultant, Ministry Of Transport Of The State Of Baden-Württemberg, Germany
Anne Besnier - Vice- President, Centre-Val De Loire Region
Mathieu Cuip - Member, European Committee Of The Regions
Elisabeth Kotthaus - Head of Unit, DG MOVE
- Date: 11 October
- Time: 14.30- 15:30 CEST
- Location: HYBRID, both online and at POLIS Offices, Rue du Trône 98 Brussels 1050 Belgium Trône