Roundtable: Transforming urban mobility networks into eco-friendly services – what’s working and where next?

County Hall Fourth Floor Riverside Building Belvedere Road London SE1 7PB
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About this Event

The transportation sector is a major contributor to greenhouse gas emissions in urban areas. To combat climate change, cities need to focus on transforming their transportation systems, including the development of policy to encourage the use of active, shared and public transport methods, the long-term financing of public transport as a green transport solution, and the continued development of smart, accessible and equitable electric vehicle charging infrastructure. In this roundtable, we bring together local authorities, transport authorities and operators, and solutions providers to discuss:

  • What are cities doing to promote more active and share modes of transportation?
  • What role is data and technology playing in this transition to make these modes of transport more appealing and accessible?
  • How do cities balance the need for these services and their related infrastructure with the need for increased EV charging infrastructure

The roundtable runs alongside the Cities Climate Action Summit which is taking place in County Hall, London (overlooking the Houses of Parliament). Each session will allow up to 15 delegates to discuss the topics in question and will be moderated by one of the SmartCitiesWorld team.