Mobiliteit zal een van de belangrijkste aanjagers van toekomstige groei zijn, en gemiddeld kan elke € 1 die wordt geïnvesteerd in duurzame innovatieve mobiliteit, tegen 2030 tot € 3 voordelen opleveren.
BARCELONA, Spanje–(BUSINESS WIRE)– (15-17 november 2022) – Tomorrow.Mobility World Congress (TMWC) is een wereldwijd evenement, mede georganiseerd door Fira de Barcelona en EIT Urban Mobility, in de Gran Via-locatie van Fira de Barcelona, gericht op het promoten van het ontwerp en de adoptie van nieuwe duurzame stedelijke mobiliteitsmodellen en gezamenlijk georganiseerd met het Smart City Expo World Congress.
Meer dan 80 sprekers zoals Kelly Larson, directeur van het Road Safety Program bij Bloomberg Philanthropies; Karen Vancluysen, secretaris-generaal van POLIS; Marco te Brömmelstroet, hoogleraar Future of Urban Mobility aan de Universiteit van Amsterdam; Mikael Colville-Andersen, Urban Design Expert en Maria Tsavachidis, CEO van EIT Urban Mobility, namen deel aan het meer dan 20 congres en lezingen in Tomorrow.Mobility. EIT urban Mobility, een initiatief van het European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT), een orgaan van de Europese Unie, sponsorde de locatie van meer dan 20 innovatieve startups. Tijdens deze editie worden twee studies van EIT Urban Mobility onthuld. VOLLEDIGE STUDIE & Druk op Samenvatting in de Google Drive.
Tomorrow.Mobility Shines Light on the New Driving Forces for More Liveable and Sustainable Cities
Mobility will be one of the main drivers of future growth, and on average, each €1 invested in sustainable innovative mobility can generate benefits of up to €3 by 2030.
BARCELONA, Spain–(BUSINESS WIRE)– (15-17 November 2022) – Tomorrow.Mobility World Congress (TMWC) is a global event, co-organised by Fira de Barcelona and EIT Urban Mobility, in the Gran Via venue of Fira de Barcelona, focused on promoting the design and adoption of new sustainable urban mobility models and jointly organised with the Smart City Expo World Congress.
Over 80 speakers such as Kelly Larson, director of the Road Safety Programme at Bloomberg Philanthropies; Karen Vancluysen, secretary general of POLIS; Marco te Brömmelstroet, professor of Future of Urban Mobility at the University of Amsterdam; Mikael Colville-Andersen, Urban Design Expert and Maria Tsavachidis, CEO of EIT Urban Mobility, participated in the more than 20 congress and talks in Tomorrow.Mobility. EIT urban Mobility, an initiative of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT), a body of the European Union, sponsored the venue of more than 20 innovative startups. At this edition, two studies produced by EIT Urban Mobility are unveiled. FULL STUDY & Press Summary in the google drive.
The 15-minute city
The 15-minute city, is a recent concept that has taken momentum in wake of the pandemic and has been picked up by many European cities. The goal is to create a city where people could reach all their basic essential social functions like living, working, commerce, healthcare, education, and entertainment at a 15-minute by walk. In Europe, more than €1bn in cycling-related infrastructure and 2,300 kilometers of new bike lanes have been spent since the pandemic began.
Three workshops were conducted with planning practitioners from the metropolitan region of Amsterdam, Ghent, Madrid, Milan, and Munich. A key output of this study is a roadmap for the implementation of ±15-minute city strategies to ensure access all citizen’s needs, and in connection with suburb areas. 15-Minute City concepts need to be adapted to local circumstances and population groups: older people walking speed is on average around 3.5 km/h while the average speed is considered 5km/h. Hence, a 15-minute walk could represent 900-1000m at an average speed, while at a reduced speed it could be 700m.
Urban Air Mobility
Given the fast pace of innovation, air mobility is expected to become a reality in Europe within 3-5 years and air space above cities could become an extension of public space on the ground. The European UAM market size is predicted to be 4.2 billion EUR by 2030, representing a 31% global share1. To set up the scenes for an inclusive urban air mobility scheme, this first study explores the different evolution perspectives of the sector. The study collected practitioners’ insights on the development and implementation of UAM from 12 European countries from the academic, public, and private sector.
Out of the sectorial experts, 89% expect that UAM applications will play a very important or important role in improving medical transport and support in medical emergency services. 63% of questionnaire respondents think that in the logistics field, UAM will play an important or a very important role in the transport of packages in industrial spaces. By contrast, only a minority of experts see a significant role in UAM applications in e-commerce and food deliveries. In terms of challenge, when moving forward with UAM, it is essential to consult citizens and it´s important for them to feel safe, where subjective safety matters as much as objective ones. Traffic noise is the second main concern raised by the study, after safety, for the development of Urban Air Mobility for European citizens.
About EIT Urban Mobility
EIT Urban Mobility, an initiative of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT), a body of the European Union, aims to accelerate solutions and the transition towards a user-centric, integrated and truly multimodal transport system. As the leading European innovation community for urban mobility, EIT Urban Mobility works to avoid fragmentation by facilitating collaboration between cities, industry, academia, research and innovation.
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