In the midst of a public health crisis with deep social and economic impacts, several actors from the public and private sector had to develop fast responses in
In the midst of a public health crisis with deep social and economic impacts, several actors from the public and private sector had to develop fast responses in the field of urban mobility. Some of the most interesting responses had to be cross-sectoral, addressing needs at the mobility and other domains.
Wel will have a session at this conference: Necessity, Mother of all Inventions… and Pop-Ups. In this session we will present a short collection of interesting cases, and discuss the useful lessons we can bring over to the future.
Bernadette Bergsma, Head of Communications and Stakeholder Relations, EIT Urban Mobility, will be the moderator of this session that will count with:
Dr. Inés Aquilué, Researcher and Project Manager, CARNET (Project Lead): Furnish: increasing local digital fabrication to prototype mobile urban elements
Ane Irazustabarrena, Programme Director, TECNALIA (Project Lead): InclusivEbike: e-rickshaws for frail and vulnerable people:
Francesco Iacorossi, Roma Servizi per la mobilità: Getting the Wolf on 2 wheels
Emese Szadeczky-Kardos, Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME) (Project Lead): CoVCAP: coordinating volunteers to support COVID-19 affected persons
Hélène Jacquinet, Région Île-de-France: A Charter to reduce commuting during peak hours
(Thursday) 11:30 - 13:00