COVID-19 AND ITS IMPACT ON URBAN MOBILITY
The impact of COVID-19 has been felt across the entire urban mobility space with many services temporarily paused or reduced, and alternative modes of transportation increased. This abrupt intervention represents an opportunity for urban mobility actors to rethink public policies and, ultimately, the way we move around cities.
In an ever more virtual world, the FIA Smart Cities Forum will be held for the first time via a digital platform. This first eForum will present a perfect opportunity to gather key players from the area of smart and sustainable urban mobility from all regions of the world to discuss how transport is being reshaped in times of a global pandemic.
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Jean Todt, FIA President
Mobility in Times of a Global Pandemic
Andrew McKellar, FIA Secretary General for Automobile Mobility and Tourism
Learnings for Mobility from the COVID-19 Crisis
Bernhard Wiesinger, Director I Consumer & Member Interests, ÖAMTC
Using Real-Time Data to Measure Shifts in Road Users' Behaviour
Thomas Deloison, Director for Mobility, World Business Council for Sustainable Development
Dr Young Tae Kim, Secretary General, International Transport Forum
Lluis Puerto, Director, RACC Foundation
Karen Vancluysen, Secretary General, POLIS Network
FIA Smart Cities Global Start-Up Contest
Shaping the Mobility of the Future
fluctuo - Winner of the Season 4 European edition
The Global Contest is powered by MassChallenge.
EXHIBITION - FIA SMART CITIES PARTNERS
Innovations in Smart Mobility
The eForum will be moderated by Edie Lush, Executive Editor, Hub Culture.