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Tuesday 16
10:00h
Save to calendar 16-11-2021 10:30 16-11-2021 12:00 Europe/Madrid Just Move – and Stay Healthy!

How can we increase active mobility in cities? We need a modal shift from private motorised vehicles to active mobility showing a decrease in noise and air pollution and increasing healthy city living. Walkability, cycling, governance and strategic planning play an essential role when it comes to boost active mobility in cities.

Tomorrow Mobility World Congress Room
11:00h
12:00h
Save to calendar 16-11-2021 12:30 16-11-2021 14:00 Europe/Madrid Using EU Recovery Funds to Promote Transition to Green Mobility

The de-carbonisation of both public and private urban modes of transport is a key factor for achieving the EU’s political goal to be climate-neutral by 2050 – an economy with net-zero greenhouse gas emissions. This session gives an inspirational overview about how many EU member states will use the post-covid EU Recovery Funds to fuel this transition.

Tomorrow Mobility World Congress Room

Using EU Recovery Funds to Promote Transition to Green Mobility

Mobility
12:30h - 14:00h (GMT +2)
Session Schedule
12:35h - 12:50h
Keynote
12:50h - 13:05h
Dialogue
13:05h - 13:55h
Panel
14:00h
Save to calendar 16-11-2021 14:30 16-11-2021 16:00 Europe/Madrid Urban Logistics: I Want It All and I Want It Now!

Owing to the COVID-19 crisis, the online shopping trend grew as consumers were simultaneously pushed by fear and convenience to e-commerce solutions. The market responded. The cost for cities in carbon emission and traffic congestion is real. How do we best respond to the “I want it all and I want it now” society? How can cities manage local logistics challenges such as the increase in local deliveries – nudge, innovate or regulate?

Tomorrow Mobility World Congress Room
16:00h
Save to calendar 16-11-2021 16:30 16-11-2021 18:00 Europe/Madrid Europe’s Transition to Zero Carbon Mobility

Climate emergency has led Europe to commit to a 40% reduction of its carbon emissions by 2030 and become a climate neutral continent by 2050. Mobility plays a key role in reaching these targets, while cities account for 70% of global carbon emissions. Achieving a carbon neutral urban mobility is of paramount importance, as it is assessing different strategies to make the journey affordable and ensure maximum benefits at the lowest possible cost.

Tomorrow Mobility World Congress Room
Wednesday 17
10:00h
Save to calendar 17-11-2021 10:30 17-11-2021 11:30 Europe/Madrid Climate-neutrality by 2030: Mission Possible?

Beyond a R&I effort, the new delivery method proposed by the European Commission with the Missions, intends to align all the stars to bring transformational changes to life, from beating cancer to fight and adapt to climate change. In particular, the Mission on Climate-neutral and smart cities aims at supporting the first 100 European cities to reach climate-neutrality by 2030, leading the way to the rest of the continent.

Auditorium
12:00h
Save to calendar 17-11-2021 12:00 17-11-2021 13:30 Europe/Madrid Europe: The New Green Unicorn El Dorado

EU unicorns, start-up companies with a value of over $1 billion, are key to spur innovation across Europe. Europe aims to become leading global innovation powerhouse and to double the number of unicorns in the EU by 2030, to approximately 250. Therefore it´s key for ecosystem leaders and politicians to work together, to build a new generation of innovation and entrepreneurs, helping them to scale and become tech champions.

Tomorrow Mobility World Congress Room
14:00h
Save to calendar 17-11-2021 14:00 17-11-2021 15:30 Europe/Madrid Autonomous Futures: Who Exactly Is in Charge Here?

The roll out of connected autonomous vehicles (CAV) has been proposed as THE game changer in urban mobility - to pollution, carbon emissions, and road safety issues. The recent addition of a ‘c’ for ‘collaborative’, making the accepted acronym ‘CCAV’, is not enough to allay fears of unresolved business, technical, social, and environmental issues. This session will consider progress to date as well as wider critiques of a CAV vision of mobility.

Tomorrow Mobility World Congress Room

Autonomous Futures: Who Exactly Is in Charge Here?

Mobility
14:00h - 15:30h (GMT +2)
Session Schedule
14:05h - 14:20h
Keynote
14:20h - 14:35h
Dialogue
16:00h
Save to calendar 17-11-2021 16:00 17-11-2021 17:30 Europe/Madrid Shocking – The Electrical Future Is Already Here!

Electrification is widely seen to be at the core of de-carbonisation of the transport sector and hence the EU’s political goal to be climate-neutral by 2050. Already today, multiple types of electric vehicles available: from small scooters and drones to large trains and barges, electric solutions cover both people and goods transport. But when will they be widespread, what charging solutions do we need, and who is financing this transition?

Tomorrow Mobility World Congress Room
Thursday 18
10:00h
Save to calendar 18-11-2021 10:00 18-11-2021 11:30 Europe/Madrid How Can Innovation Boost Micromobility in Cities?

Micromobility comes back stronger after the pandemic, but its integration in cities and transport networks still struggles, as cycle lanes become overcrowded, parking regulations conflicts arise, and first/last mile integration with public transportation needs a push. How can innovation in the form of geofencing, AI, etc. help tackle all these issues and enable the promise of an affordable, safe and clean means of transportation?

Tomorrow Mobility World Congress Room
11:00h
Save to calendar 18-11-2021 11:30 18-11-2021 12:15 Europe/Madrid Innovation Projects: Putting MaaS Solutions into Practice Central Agora
12:00h
Save to calendar 18-11-2021 12:00 18-11-2021 13:30 Europe/Madrid Urban Air Mobility: The Next Big Thing

Different programme calls and city pilots on Urban Air Mobility are being launched and implemented in the European Union with the goal to create an environment where solutions can be tested, and where experiences are continuously exchanged. It is key to ensure that the resources in place are being managed and used properly, taking advantage of a range of synergies resulting from cross-field activities and multi-stakeholders' cooperation.

Tomorrow Mobility World Congress Room
14:00h
Save to calendar 18-11-2021 14:00 18-11-2021 15:30 Europe/Madrid Public Transport after Covid

Passengers are starting to return to public transport after the pandemics; however, new patterns/frequencies of commuting and tendencies of increased use of active mobility modes do not appear to change the overall picture. Higher car ownership and use is no smaller challenge either. A panel of experts will share their suggestions on how to regain, or even reinforce, passenger uptake in public transport.

Tomorrow Mobility World Congress Room

Public Transport after Covid

Mobility
14:00h - 15:30h (GMT +2)
Session Schedule
14:05h - 14:20h
Keynote
14:20h - 14:35h
Dialogue
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