Polis is partnering with the organisers of the Impact>Mobility conference in Amsterdam on 24-25 June. This conference has four main themes: data analytics and mobility business models; MaaS; smart public transportation and urban logistics and last mile.
Ambitious emission and congestion targets have pressed Europe’s leading cities to explore innovation and actively seek alternative mobility options to private car ownership. This has created a huge opportunity for mobility service providers but building sustainable long-term relationships with cities is often far from straightforward.
On June 24-25th the City of Amsterdam is hosting IMPACT>MOBILITY to connect Europe’s leading decision makers across cities, automakers, public transport authorities, mobility service platforms and investors to create partnerships and financial models for the new smart mobility landscape (https://events.impactconf.com/mobility-eu/ )
As part of their research, IMPACT>MOBILITY Head of Content Luke James spoke to the City of Amsterdam, City of Lublin and Moovit to learn how mobility service platforms and cities are working together (incl. regulation and data integration) to remove barriers to the successful roll-out of convenient and sustainable mobility options that consumers embrace.
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