New mobility services such as dockless bikesharing, e-scooter sharing, carsharing and ridehailing have emerged in cities the last years, disrupting the traditional models of planning traffic and delivering. This session will address important aspects relating to these new services: regulation, data and urban space management, and their smooth integration with other modes and public transport. This will be done in an open dialogue with experts who will bring forward some examples to better understand the city needs, and requirements, and how they envisage the urban mobility system.
A greener Europe
Arnhem Nijmegen City Region, Brussels Capital Region, Ile-de-France Region, MADRID, Region Västra Götaland, Stuttgart Region, Zaragoza