Webinars to present UTC projects
The Urban Transport Community is an initiative of the Interreg MED Program, launched in November 2016, to bring together the stakeholders in mobility in Mediterranean urban areas around seven territorial cooperation projects. The Community now has more than 200 institutions: local authorities, universities, user representatives, civil society associations and private companies. Community projects are all based on transnational partnerships and work in 12 Euro-Mediterranean countries to put in place strategies and tools to promote the sustainability of urban transport in order to improve the quality of life of inhabitants and reduce the costs thereof. negative consequences on the environment.
Until June 2022, our Community is open to the active participation of other cities in the Mediterranean coastal zone, offering them the opportunity to benefit from the support of a mentor who will guide them in the discovery of resources and skills made available by the Community.
Once a week, every Wednesday morning from October 7 to November 25, local authorities, civil society organizations, universities, mobility planners and private companies will be invited to lay the groundwork for future cooperation by discussing the strategic challenges of sustainable mobility with the Community. The next session will address the question of the reproducibility of sustainable mobility solutions and good practices to assess the real possibility of benefiting from the previous experiences of cities and will take place on Wednesday 14 October from 9:30 to 11:30.
- big data and ICT for smart traffic management (October 21, 9:30-11:30)
- soft mobility (October 28, 9:30-11:30)
- shared mobility (November 4, 9:30-11:30)
- mobility in tourist destinations (November 11, 9:30-11:30)
- different approaches in urban mobility planning. (November 18, 9:30-11:30)
To register for the webinars, please complete the contact form.
The full program with speakers is available here.
To find out about the projects and institutions involved in the Urban Transport Community, you can consult the Community brochure, follow the news on the website and subscribe to the newsletter.
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