The webinar "Multimodality made visible – Mobility Points in Baltic Sea Region" cities will take place Wedensday March 10 at 09:30-11 CET. This is the fourth and final session in the series, if you missed the previous ones you can find them here
What does managing mobility entail and how do you influence different target groups to promote multimodality?
In the cities.multimodal webinar session "Breaking bad habits – Increasing multimodality through mobility management", you will learn more about mobility management for different target groups and the publication "Toolbox for multmodality" will be released!
The second cities.multimodal webinar session "Getting the citizens on board – Testing innovative ways of involvement" will take place on Thursday 14th of Janauary 9:30-11 CET.
The first session of the cities.multimodal webinar series is dedicated to the Living Street concept and how it has been adapted and implemented in a Baltic Sea Region context.
The 11th Annual Forum of the EUSBSR will be held in ONLINE on 20th of October and will in the usual order include plenaries and workshop, however this year the Forum is organized online in its entirity.
The theme of the forum is Our Region, Our Future - Towards a Decade of Innovation and Sustainability.
For more information access the event website.
Previously intended to take place as a three-day conference in Brussels, the event's new online format will enable participants to join debates and exchange expertise on the most important urban mobility topics safely from their own desks.
The Baltic Sea Region Mobility Summit 2020 will be held online 8-10 September.
cities.multimodal's sister project, BSR Electric is organising a virtual Final Conference 16-17 of June. The focus of the Final Conference will be on electric mobility and on electrification of commercial vehicles.
The Municipality of Cascais, together with EPOMM, proudly announces the ECOMM 2020 ONLINE! ECOMM is a European Conference on Mobility Management, the topic for 2020 is New Mobility… New Governance…New Realities for People and Cities - AGAIN!
A unique event that will gather several authors of the submitted papers to discuss the most pressing themes regarding mobility and with an additional focus on mobility in light of the Covid-19 pandemic.