Join the first HUPMOBILE webinar and learn how to become a Follower City!
The very first HUPMOBILE webinar will be held on Wednesday, 18 December 2019 at 10:00-11:30 CET (Central European Time). The webinar will be targeted at any city in the Baltic Sea Region who is interested to learn, give feedback and test holistic mobility solutions along the cities of Tallinn, Riga, Turku and Hamburg participating in the project. Even though the project already has a few Follower Cities (Kotka, Helsinki, Södertälje, Gdynia), it is important to include other cities as the aim of the project is to find common solutions for the whole Baltic Sea Region - thus, the more cities in the region test and give advice/feedback on the solutions and guidelines, the better the project will act as a basis for choosing the most replicable measures and solutions.
Benefits for your City include:
- A unique opportunity to exchange information and discuss how to improve urban mobility from different perspectives with several other cities dealing with similar problems.
- Opportunity to learn about the tools and models developed in the project by participating in the uptake workshops resulting in reduced implementation efforts.
The webinar will introduce the following topics:
- Welcome to the webinar and introduction to the project
- Using Multi-Actor Scenario Modeling for Sustainable Production Logistics
- Mobility Management and the needs of the residents in port cities
- ITS Network and mini-pilots
- Transferability and Impact assessment of sustainable mobility solutions
- HUPMOBILE Framework and Policy Guidelines
Each of the topics will be presented by a project partner – either a city partner or responsible research institute or both. Join the webinar to learn about the project and to get involved in co-creating policy guidelines regarding holistic mobility for the whole Baltic Sea Region! The webinar is free of charge and will take an hour and a half of your time. Do not forget to share this information with your colleagues who might be interested!
Text: Kristiina Paju, UBC Sustainable Cities Commission