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TUCTE 18 – Enabling seamless and sustainable mobility for all

13th November 2018, 9.30 – 16.30

Blue Point Venues

 

Global socio-economic and environmental megatrends are posing new challenges and making new demands on transport in Europe. This paradigm shift in mobility and transport calls for disruptive technologies and multimodal solutions.

Mobility4EU established a Vision and Action plan for the future of transport in Europe in 2030 based on the identification and assessment of societal challenges that will influence future transport demand.

The Mobility4EU interactive Stakeholder FORUM has been launched to put user-centric approaches, cross-modal cooperation and projects joining transport of passenger and freight in action.

TUCTE 18 – Enabling seamless and sustainable mobility for all

13th November 2018, 9.30 – 16.30

Blue Point Venues

Global socio-economic and environmental megatrends are posing new challenges and making new demands on transport in Europe. This paradigm shift in mobility and transport calls for disruptive technologies and multimodal solutions.

Mobility4EU established a Vision and Action plan for the future of transport in Europe in 2030 based on the identification and assessment of societal challenges that will influence future transport demand.

The Mobility4EU interactive Stakeholder FORUM has been launched to put user-centric approaches, cross-modal cooperation and projects joining transport of passenger and freight in action. The ETMForum online community will be online soon at http://www.etmforum.eu/

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This event will show the results of the Mobility4EU project with focus on the Vision and Action Plan for user-centric and cross-modal transport in Europe in 2030. The discussions and topics that the European Transport and Mobility Forum will continue to work on beyond the project will be introduced. Interactive  formats will enable to gather final feedback for the action plan and invite all participants  to engage in exploring and discussing  pathways towards user-centric transport offers and the building of an integrated transport system.

Together with all the conference participants, we will advance further towards these goals.

ADMITTANCE TO THE EVENT IS FREE, BUT PLACES ARE LIMITED,

LAST PLACES AVAILABLE UNTIL 31st of OCTOBER, REGISTER SOON→

Agenda

9:30 – 10:00 Welcome coffee

and registration

 

10:00 – 11:00 Opening Session

 

Roberta Zobbi, Policy Head of Unit at the Directorate for Research and Innovation, Transport Strategy Unit (RTD/H1), European Commission – Opening remarks

Oliver Lah, Wuppertal Institute – Co-benefits and coalitions towards a low-carbon urban mobility

Beate Müller, VDI/VDE-IT – Towards user-centric, seamless and sustainable transport  – the project Mobility4EU

 

11:00 – 12:30 Implementation Actions for the Future of Mobility in Europe

 

moderated by Marcia Urban, Bauhaus Luftfahrt and Gereon Meyer, VDI/VDE-IT

 

12:30 – 13:30  Lunch Break

Networking and Exhibition of Posters

 

13:30 – 14:30  Keynotes on User-centric future transport

 

Godfried Smit, Secretary General European Shippers’ Council – Sustainable freight, a shippers’ priority?

Marie Denninghaus, Policy Coordinator of the European Disability Forum – Benefits of a structured dialogue on transport accessibility

Beate Müller, VDI/VDE-IT and Rebecca Hueting, Deep Blue – Presentation of the “European Transport and Mobility Forum”

 

14:30 – 16:00 Collaborations for future mobility

 

  • Participative sessions on topics of the European Transport and Mobility Forum:

 

 

moderated by Imre Keserü,VUB-MOBI

Facilitators:

Imre Keserü, VUB-MOBI / Floridea di Ciommo, CambiaMO /

Jordi Martin, ATM – Barcelona

 

 

moderated by Erszebet Földesi, Budapest Association of Persons with Physical Disabilities and Gereon Meyer, VDI/VDE-IT

Panelists:

Freek Bos, ROVER Dutch Passengers Association / Marie Denninghaus, European Disability Forum /

Karen van Cluysen, Polis / Matteo Mussini, CER / David Storer, CRF /

Freek Bos, Rover / Laszlo Bax, Bax&Company / Kay Plötner, Bauhaus Luftfahrt

 

 

moderated by Thierry Coosemans,VUB-MOBI;

Facilitators:

Linda Napoletano, Deep Blue / Jeffrey Matthijs, Autodelen /

Annika Paul, Bauhaus Luftfahrt / Nick Jones, North Highlands

 

16:00 – 16:30 Wrap up and Conclusions

 

from 16:30    Networking Tea and Cocktail

11:00 – 12:45 – Morning Session – Implementation Actions for the Future of Mobility in Europe

moderated by Marcia Urban, Bauhaus Luftfahrt and Gereon Meyer, VDI/VDE-IT

 

Within Mobility4EU, an Action Plan towards a user-centred, seamless and sustainable European transport system in 2030 has been created in an interactive process together with a broad stakeholder base. Major aspects of all six roadmaps from the Action Plan will be presented in preparation for a market place where the participants can discuss the implementation of specific action items. There is also the chance to comment on the action plan itself. The session targets to prioritise especially short-term action items and to initiate a mind-set of getting started with the implementation of the Action Plan.

14:30 – 16:00 Afternoon Session – Collaborations for future mobility

SESSION A – Getting citizens on board: co-creating our future mobility system

moderated by Imre Keserü,VUB-MOBI

 

This session will demonstrate and discuss practical tools and methods to engage citizens in planning their future mobility systems. We will look at how technology can be used to engage people in data collection (citizen observatories and smart surveys) and co-design of solutions to their problems. The Barcelona Metropolitan Transport Authority will demonstrate its participatory GIS planning tool. Results and tools from the FLAMENCO (Flanders Enacted Mobile Laboratories) and the LOOPER (Learning Loops in the Public Realm) projects will be demonstrated that can facilitate the involvement of users in planning mobility systems. In addition, we will discuss how face-to-face communication can improve consensus making drawing on the knowledge and experience of citizens to propose solutions adapted to their needs and interests.

Session B – Involving users in the development of tomorrow’s mobility

moderated by Erszebet Földesi, Budapest Association of Persons with Physical Disabilities and Gereon Meyer, VDI/VDE-IT

 

The session brings together researchers and developers involved in the design of vehicles and mobility services and representatives of user organizations. They will together discuss benefits of a user-centered approach in the development of tomorrow’s mobility, exchange best practices but also examine barriers and opportunities to overcome them. Finally, how the future European Transport and Mobility Forum can be utilized for implementing this collaboration will be explored. The session will be opened by impulse talks from Erszebet Földesi, MBE and Matteo Mussini, CER followed by a discussion of panelists and the audience.

Session C – Viable business for seamless transport: how to make profit for all

moderated by Thierry Coosemans,VUB-MOBI;

 

In an ideal scenario, the future transport system will allow each and every citizen to travel seamlessly and easily from any place in Europe to another in a reasonable timespan, and by making use of multiple transport modes (active mobility, road, air, rail, water). Citizens would book one single ticket valid for all segments, though operated by different subjects. In order to achieve such a system, all  stakeholders  involved in transport cooperate closely to build a mobility value chain in which each party has a reasonable share. A new legal framework has to be established, collaboration has to be fostered, and the necessary technologies supporting this collaboration have to be developed and rolled out. This workshop handles these challenges and proposes co-creation exercises around three themes:

  • Interaction among modes to enable seamless multimodal mobility
  • Business models for seamless multimodal mobility
  • Technology developments for seamless multimodal mobility

Actions and recommendations will be created during an interactive exercise based on best practices, lessons learned and future projections.

 

Call for Posters

 

    The consortium of Mobility4EU project gladly offers exhibition and dissemination opportunity to mobility related projects during TUCTE 18. We intend to widen the dialogue and enable knowledge transfer.
    • The downloadable preview of the posters will be available in this page after the TUCTE 18. Find out selected projects posters and meet the authors registering to the event!

Call closed →

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List of Projects in the Exhibition Area

Mobility4EU “Call for Posters” was a great success!

Read the list of posters submitted and selected for the Exhibition area. One or more representatives of each project will be available during networking time, giving all participants a chance to connect and discuss common topics related to inclusive, seamless and sustainable transport for the future.

POSTERS

Participants

30 partners’ members and external experts from different mobility fields were involved in the activities of the workshop, representing the various stakeholders’ groups.

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