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Tomorrow.Mobility 2024 drafts the roadmap to a sustainable urban transportation future

The fourth edition of Tomorrow.Mobility World Congress (TMWC), the international event promoting the design and adoption of new sustainable urban mobility schemes, is preparing one of its biggest editions and expects to bring together 200 exhibitors, a 20% increase from 2023, and 270 speakers that will outline, from November 5-7 in Barcelona, a route to speed up the global adoption of new sustainable urban mobility paradigms.

Under the theme “Move Better”, TMWC Jointly organized by Fira Barcelona and EIT Urban Mobility, an initiative of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology, a body of the European Union, will bring together the leading international experts, companies, and public institutions in the field.

The conference program will feature 50 sessions that will revolve around ten topics that are key to achieve a mobility paradigm shift: New Mobility Services, Public Transport, Autonomous Mobility, Last Mile Logistics, Data For Mobility, Mobility Infrastructure For Liveable Spaces, Zero and Low-Emission Mobility, Active Mobility, Road Safety, and Inclusive Mobility.

TMWC will feature an exhibition area and an Innovation Playground including a Demo Area for new vehicle demonstrations and a zone dedicated to innovative startups within the mobility industry.

Maria Tsavachidis, President of Tomorrow.Mobility World Congress and CEO of EIT Urban Mobility, said: Tomorrow.Mobility 2024 is set to be a landmark event, driving forward the crucial agenda of sustainable urban transport. The sessions are curated to tackle key topics that cities are facing such as zero-emission technologies, the future of public transport, and the role of multimodality in urban settings. We’ve learned that moving faster isn’t always greener, and by uniting global experts, innovative companies, and public institutions, we are not just envisioning a better future for urban mobility, we are actively creating it”.

Among the companies and institutions that have already confirmed their participation in TMWC 2024 are Aerospace Valley, AGC Automotive, B:SM, Came Parkare, CTAG, Drive Sweden, Etra, Kenkart, Mercedes Benz, Meypar, Moventis, RACC, and TMB.

Reshaping the urban landscape

The event will be held alongside Smart City Expo World Congress, the leading tradeshow and congress on cities and smart urban solutions, that will include the second editions of Tomorrow.Building, a forum focusing on the green and digital transition of buildings and urban infrastructures, and Tomorrow.Blue Economy, aimed at using the full potential of ocean resources for a sustainable economic growth. Altogether, the events are expected to gather over 1,100 exhibitors, representatives of over 850 cities, more than 700 international experts, and over 25,000 attendees.