Join us on 21 October at 16:00 CET to discuss about the role of citizens in decision-making processes regarding urban mobility issues, which is essential to understand and respond to their expectations and real needs.
Citizens and end-users have a say in urban mobility. Their participation in the decision-making process regarding urban mobility issues is essential to understand and respond to their expectations and real needs. By giving citizens the opportunity to influence public decisions on urban mobility, the quality of the policies being developed can be improved, making the provided solutions more relevant, effective and efficient.
Public engagement is a key requirement of sustainable urban mobility transformation. To involve citizens individually or in the form of civil society organisations ensures transparency and gives them the opportunity to become true agents of change.
Engaging citizens is especially important during times of crisis like the COVID-19 pandemic, as effectiveness of the response efforts became crucial.
As already stressed in the Citizen Engagement Call launched by EIT Urban Mobility in March 2020, developing solutions with and for citizens is the key to delivering real change. Successful stakeholder engagement will increase the ability to create, experiment, demonstrate, scale and deploy. Citizen engagement is therefore a priority for EIT Urban Mobility and this webinar will bring food for thought and contribute to the discussions on the topic.
We will get insights from four speakers coming from industry, education/research, a cities and from an association directly representing citizens.
BMW Group Corporate Strategy – Sustainability, Mobility
Robert Braun Senior Researcher, Institute for Advanced Studies, Vienna, Austria
Project Manager, European Passengers’ Federation
Two of the speakers are involved in one of the projects selected under the last EIT Urban Mobility Citizen Engagement Call.
Presentations and recordings of Mobility Talks #6