COVID-19 has made a tremendous impact on people’s everyday lives. Of all the changes the current situation has brought, how we move around and get from one place to another, has been one of the most drastic ones. So, how will urban Mobility change in post-Covid cities? During this session with the RACC, the Mobility Services Club, we will discover different ways of improving Mobility from an integral standpoint, specifically looking to go beyond the use of cars, while working towards a more inclusive, centred on people, safer, intelligent climate-friendly and multifaceted Mobility
Urban Mobility Trends Post-Lockdown
We asked Hardt Hyperloop which modes of transport are over- or underrated
Why cars running on e-fuel can’t replace EVs
Urban mobility: what is it and what are its most interesting trends?
Places that are reconsidering electric vehicles
Hyperloop Companies Join Forces to Launch the First International Hyperloop Association
Tier launches new, highly accurate micromobility parking solution
How E-Bike Rebates Will Make Cycling Safer
Unbreakable: the link between road safety and sustainable mobility
7-Eleven is testing robot deliveries in Los Angeles
Paris’ vote on banning e-scooters could shape the whole of Europe
VinFast: Is This Vietnamese Automaker For Real?
Hertz to help cities go electric, starting in Denver
Perfect Storm: Public Transport to the Rescue - Solutions Talks
Can MaaS coexist with public transport?
How to Design Future Resilient Cities?
13 predictions about the trends that will shape smart cities in 2023
What future for smart street parking in transforming cities?
What Can Cities Learn from Mercedes-Benz Data Platform?
What is MaaS and Who Are the Main Stakeholders?
Cristoph Vollath, RACC | Micromobility Safety: Key to Adoption and Accessibility
Noemi Moya, Micro-mobility for Europe | Micromobility Safety: Key to Adoption and Accessibility
EIT Urban Mobility, Forum Virium Helsinki | Up In The Air – Is Urban Air Mobility What Cities and Citizens Want?
Kshitija Desai, Skyroads | Up In The Air – Is Urban Air Mobility What Cities and Citizens Want?
Heather Allen, Median SRL | New Ways to Achieve Gender Equality in Transport
Jim Walker, Walk21 Foundation | New Ways to Achieve Gender Equality in Transport
Benjamin Büttner | Accessibility and Inclusiveness: Drivers of New Urban Mobility
Federico Savoldi, Solum Photovoltaic Innovation | The Right Infrastructure to Promote Shared and Active Mobility
Manel Villalante, Renfe | The Right Infrastructure to Promote Shared and Active Mobility
Andrés de León, Hyperloop | Getting Your Mobility Solutions Funded
Lucy Sadler | Urban Improvement with Vehicular Access Regulations
Omniflow: How Can We Transform Streetlights Into Carbon Neutral, Connected Infrastructures?
CTAG: EV & 5G Networks, a Winning Combo for Tomorrow Transportation
CARNET: Robot Ona as the Future of Delivery
Ping Manongdo, Eco-Business: Sustainable Business Is the Only Way Forward
EIT Urban Mobility | 15-Minute Cities
Urban Air Mobility: From Sci-Fi to Reality
EIT Urban Mobility & OECD | The Consequences of the Urban Mobility Transition
What Possibilities Exist for Startups to Scale in the Mobility Sector?
Next-Gen European Mobility Entrepreneurs | Are We Facing a Skills Mismatch?
Maria Tsavachidis, EIT Urban Mobility | On Green Transport, Sustainability Transitions, and European Growth
How Important Is Citizen Engagement in the Success of New Mobility Solutions?
Deloitte - Simplifying City Management With Data Models and Digital Twins
Dialogue with the Spanish Minister of Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda: Cities and Mobility of the Future
The Energy Crisis – A Chance For Change?
Marco te Brömmelstroet: Why was John Lennon in bed with a bicycle?
What Happened to the New Normal?
Mikael Colville-Andersen: Techno-Optimism vs Actual Human Needs
Dutch cities team to optimise shared mobility
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