Jennifer Sanders
Jennifer Sanders Executive Director North Texas Innovation Allaince United States of America

Sessions

Save to calendar 16-11-2021 11:30 16-11-2021 12:15 Europe/Madrid The New Mobility Landscape

Adequate mobility options are a crucial component of a thriving urban culture and a vibrant city economy. Plummeting ridership during the COVID-19 pandemic pushed many public transport systems toward fiscal crisis. However, new patterns of living and working that have emerged during the pandemic provide an opportunity to change the way we get around cities. How have advancements in technology and evolving customer needs changed the way cities and transportation players think about the future of urban mobility

You can join this Online session here.

 
Expo Area – City Possible Plaza

The New Mobility Landscape

Mobility #E-mobility, #Individual Mobility, #Intelligent Transport Systems, #Mass Transit, #Multimodal, #On-demand Mobility, #Payment Systems, #Public Transport, #Shared Mobility
Tuesday, November 16 - 11:30h - 12:15h (GMT+)
Save to calendar 16-11-2021 16:30 16-11-2021 17:15 Europe/Madrid Future-proofing Social Infrastructure

Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, reaching the most vulnerable in society proved difficult for city leaders. Providing services and government assistance has always been a challenge, and those hardest to reach are often the most in need. However, new innovations are providing pathways to reach societies most vulnerable and give opportunities to those who seek it. From unbanked households to those who live in informal settlements and work at informal businesses- ensuring vulnerable citizens are properly served makes the entire city a better place to live.

You can join this Online session here.

Expo Area – City Possible Plaza
Save to calendar 16-11-2021 11:30 16-11-2021 12:15 Europe/Madrid The New Mobility Landscape

Adequate mobility options are a crucial component of a thriving urban culture and a vibrant city economy. Plummeting ridership during the COVID-19 pandemic pushed many public transport systems toward fiscal crisis. However, new patterns of living and working that have emerged during the pandemic provide an opportunity to change the way we get around cities. How have advancements in technology and evolving customer needs changed the way cities and transportation players think about the future of urban mobility

You can join this Online session here.

www.tomorrow.city – City Possible Channel

The New Mobility Landscape

Mobility #E-mobility, #Individual Mobility, #Intelligent Transport Systems, #Mass Transit, #Multimodal, #On-demand Mobility, #Payment Systems, #Public Transport, #Shared Mobility
Tuesday, November 16 - 11:30h - 12:15h (GMT+)
Save to calendar 16-11-2021 16:30 16-11-2021 17:15 Europe/Madrid Future-proofing Social Infrastructure

Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, reaching the most vulnerable in society proved difficult for city leaders. Providing services and government assistance has always been a challenge, and those hardest to reach are often the most in need. However, new innovations are providing pathways to reach societies most vulnerable and give opportunities to those who seek it. From unbanked households to those who live in informal settlements and work at informal businesses- ensuring vulnerable citizens are properly served makes the entire city a better place to live.

You can join this Online session here.

www.tomorrow.city – City Possible Channel
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