SOL+ and MOBI-MIX make workshop on shared e-mobility available online!
The EU-funded projects SOL+ and MOBI-MIX organised a joint online workshop on 5 and 6 May 2022 on shared e-mobility. The goal? Bring cities together to discuss the main challenges and opportunities. Whether you attended or wish you did, we bring you good news: the workshop's resources are now available online!
SOL+ and MOBI-MIX organised a fascinating joint online workshop on the 5th & 6th of May 2022 to exchange experiences on shared e-mobility. Throughout two mornings, the event gathered European frontrunners in the field, including 13 cities and local authorities and several public transport and micro-mobility operators.
Spotlight on cities
The first day brought cities to the centre of the stage. Cities like Rotterdam, Hamburg, Paris, Oslo, and Madrid addressed the potential benefits and main challenges of disseminating shared e-mobility services (MaaS). These included regulations about permitting, occupancy of public space/zoning, parking policy, and enforcement, all common issues experienced by cities.
Cities currently struggle with what was once seen as an innovative and refreshing addition to their mobility ecosystem; they are now highlighting the unwanted consequences triggered by the increased usage during the COVID-19 pandemic. The day wrapped up with the presentation of the City of Bremen's experience with carsharing and the SHARE-North Project.
Integrating public transport with shared e-mobility
On the second day, public transport operators took the wheel to discuss the integration of shared E-mobility services with the transport system. Companies mixing e-mobility services in their portfolio like HOCHBANN and SBB, as well as one of the leading MaaS operators In Europe, TIER, provided inspiring presentations and insights about a successful digital integration within a Sustainable Mobility ecosystem.
The usage of data for cooperation between cities and private operators was presented by Bax & Company, which showcased the MObility DEcisions framework (MODE). Last but not least, good practices for the physical integration of shared e-mobility services were presented by Flemish carsharing network Autodelen within the framework of the eHUBS project.
Given the high level of participation and engagement from the participants, videos and presentations are now available online!
- To access and download the presentations, click here.