More than ever, the goal of achieving sustainable transport modes putting users first and providing them with more affordable, accessible, healthier, and cleaner alternatives to their current mobility habits and patterns. Automated and connected multimodal mobility must play an increasing role, together with smart traffic management systems offered by digitalization.
The Cycling Research Board (CRB) holds an annual meeting to share and discuss academic research on cycling. This year’s meeting is organized by the Technical University of Denmark (DTU), Aalborg University (AAU) and The Office of the Cycle Superhighways of the Capital Region, Denmark. The CRB Annual Meeting actively seeks to bring together a broad range of researchers, from social scientists to engineers, historians and philosophers interested to better understand, and plan for the role of cycling in the present, past and future.
The City of Hamburg, ERTICO – ITS Europe and the German Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure invite you to the 28th ITS World Congress from 11-15 October 2021. The congress is the most important international industry meeting in the field of Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS). HUPMOBILE will be presented at the Nordic+ Pavilion on 12 October, at the Nordic+ cooperation session, starting at 10.30.
Europeans are increasingly looking to combine bikes and trains, one of the most sustainable forms of travelling, for leisure, tourism and mobility trips. But just how easy is that in 2021?
For the first time in 15 years, the European Cyclists' Federation (ECF) has systematically analysed the bike-friendliness of 53 European rail companies, looking at a range of criteria, including bike carriage, fees charged and booking channels, to come up with a ranking of the most “bike-friendly” rail operators across the continent.
City of Turku in cooperation with UBC Sustainable Cities Commission organised a two-day HUPMOBILE webinar series. The second webinar showcased different approaches to it such as smart parking, joint tickets and contactless payments in public transport as well as micro hubs and simulations for sustainable urban mobility.
City of Turku in cooperation with UBC Sustainable Cities Commission organised a two-day HUPMOBILE webinar series. The first webinar focused on developing the ports and the surrounding neighbourhoods from the sustainable urban mobility perspective.
Since October 2017, the project “Sustainable Urban Mobility and Commuting in Baltic Cities”, or SUMBA, has focused on how to achieve a more attractive and environmentally friendly commuting system in cities in the Baltic Sea Region. Now, after three years, the project is ready to share the tools and guidance documents developed and tested in the project’s pilot regions with a wider audience at its final event.
The High-Level Estonian-Swedish Virtual Forum with Matchmaking event on Smart and Green Mobility will bring together communities on intelligent and sustainable transport from both Sweden and Estonia. HUPMOBILE project partner ITL/ITS Estonia is one of the organisers of the event.
Interreg BSR cities.multimodal project is organising a webinar session "Getting the citizens on board – Testing innovative ways of involvement" that will take place on Thursday 14th of Janauary 9:30-11 CET.
Involving citizens in different stages of planning processes and descision making is crucial for developing mobility services for the end users, the citizens themselves. However, getting citizens on board is not always as straightforward as it seems.