ETM Forum Launch Event: reserve your place now
In 2017, within the activities of the project Mobility4EU (H2020 CSA), the initiative for building the European Transport and Mobility Forum has been launched. The ETM Forum intends to connect stakeholders to discuss and advocate for user-centric approaches and cross-modal cooperation in transport of passenger and freight. The goal is no less than work together towards the vision for transport in Europe in 2030 and the implementation of the Action Plan developed within Mobility4EU.
Mobility4EU Final Event: TUCTE 18 – Book your Place Now!
The public event ““TUCTE 18: Towards user-centric transport in Europe”” organized by Mobility4EU will take place on the 13th of November 2018 at the Blue Point venues in Brussels. Started in 2016, Mobility4EU (H2020 CSA) established a Vision and an 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. In 2017 the European Transport and Mobility Forum has been launched to put in action user-centric approaches, cross-modal cooperation and projects joining transport of passenger and freight. Don’t miss the chance to be involved in interactive workshops, brainstorming imaginative questions and exploring novel approaches towards user-centric transport.
Mobility4EU @ FTA 2018 Brussels, 4 and 5th of June 2018: story mapping hands-on session
FTA 2018 is a two day event taking place at The Square Business Center in Brussels exploring new challenges of policymaking and future-oriented frames and methods to respond to them. The objective of a hands-on session at the FTA 2018 in the strand “Experience & Explore” is to present the methodology of story mapping as a tool for strategic processes involving multiple stakeholders and exemplify through the story map that has been created within the project Mobility4EU. Participants of the hands-on session can discover the methodology of story mapping as one component for foresight and future-oriented approaches and they will be engaged in actively applying this method to the development process of the action plan for transport and mobility in 2030, thus, actively shape this roadmap towards a future European transport system.
Mobility4EU @ FTA 2018 Brussels, 4 and 5th of June 2018: Scenario Design for Policymaking
FTA 2018 is a two day event taking place at The Square Business Center in Brussels exploring new challenges of policymaking and future-oriented frames and methods to respond to them. During the second day of the conference Imre Keseru from Vrije Universiteit Brussel will present how the Multi-Actor Multi-Criteria Analysis (MAMCA) was used to assess the preferences of stakeholder groups across the whole transport and mobility spectrum for the MOBILITY4EU project. While in previous applications of MAMCA, the scenarios were defined by the decision maker, this research proposes the combination of the intuitive logics scenario technique and the normative narrative method with MAMCA to appraise the preferences of fourteen stakeholder groups towards future scenarios for mobility in Europe by 2030 emphasizing the participative nature of the scenario building.
JOINT EVENT on European Mobility for the Future : 9th Mobility4EU WS on Action Plan + First CAMERA WS. Register now!
We are happy to announce that the joint MOBILITY4EU+CAMERA workshop will be held in Brussels on 15th of June 2018 at the Blue Point venues, Bvd. Auguste Reyers. The aim of the M4EU workshop is to acquire feedback from experts from different mobility sectors on the development of a strategic roadmap for the European transport system and to discuss the bottlenecks and research needs for this roadmap. The participants will actively contribute to the development of the Action Plan and the identification of aspects that are important to consider when designing the future European transport system.
Score Project Conference
The European Transport Innovation Challenge is a new recognition award being offered to young transport innovators for the first time this year. We invite them to give us creative solutions for goods and services that will contribute to reducing CO2 emissions in transport. This can be the result of research, but it does not need to be. It can be in any transport mode, and in many different sectors linked to transport, such as solutions in healthcare, retail or food sectors. The key word is innovation.
6th Mobility4EU Workshop on “Vision for Transport 2030”
The “Vision for Transport 2030” of the project Mobility4EU was held on 21 November 2017 in Brussels. The sixth Mobility4EU workshop’s aim was to interactively create the “Vision for Transport in Europe in 2030”. In order to do so, the main results of the previous processes in the project were summarized with focus on the aspects that provide a framework for the development of the Vision.
Save the date: 6th Mobility4EU Workshop on “Vision for Transport in 2030”
We are glad to announce that the final workshop on “Vision for transport in 2030” will take place on 21 November 2017 in Brussels. The workshop is by invitation only, but if you want to be updated about the outcomes, don’t hesitate to subscribe to our stakeholders group, to receive our newsletter and be always informed.
5th Mobility4EU Workshop on “Consensus Building”
The “Consensus Building Workshop” of the project Mobility4EU was held on 24 October 2017 in Brussels, together with external experts. The MAMCA evaluation highlighted the preferences of the stakeholder groups towards two conflicting scenarios: Digital Nomads and Minimum Carbon.
Save the date: 5th Mobility4EU Workshop on “Consensus Building”
The stakeholder-based evaluation of the Mobility4EU scenarios for transport in 2030 has come to its final phase. On 24 October 2017, stakeholders from across Europe will meet for the consensus making about the scenario and list of innovative solutions that will be taken forward to the next step of the project, i.e. the creation of a vision for transport in 2030.