2nd European Conference on Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans: Sustainable mobility for everyone
Pre-programme available and registration is open!
The European Conference on Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans is the principal annual event for the international community of practitioners, policy makers and academics from across Europe to come together to debate key issues, highlight developments in mobility planning and exchange ideas and experience.
The Politehnica University of Bucharest will be hosting the event at their campus, located 4km west of the city centre along Metro Lines 1 and 3.
Bucharest is set to be a hive of mobility planning activity and knowledge exchange during June this year. Romanian Growth Poles cities are preparing a new wave of mobility plans and will contribute their experience to the discussions at the 2nd European Conference on Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans. Alongside the main conference, additional events will include a European Platform Seminar on Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans for Romanian cities and stakeholders (Monday 15 June) and an Expert Workshop for the European Urban Transport Roadmap 2030 project where limited additional places will be made available (Wednesday 17 June, after the conference).
A focus on finance for mobility measures
How should mobility planners ensure their plans are ambitious, yet realistic? And what financial resources and mechanisms are available to help ensure ideas turn into reality?
These are questions to be addressed during the conference session on financing for Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans, which will feature presentations by:
Marcel Rommerts, Head of Unit of Transport Research in the Innovation and Networks Agency (INEA). Marcel Rommerts is responsible for the Horizon 2020 projects in the field of transport and will be presenting on the decentralized implementation of transport (and energy) budgets.
Isabelle Maes, Policy Officer at the European Commission DG Mobility & Transport (MOVE).Isabelle Maes will provide an overview of further European financial instruments available to cities.
This session will be moderated by Associate Professor Marcin Wolek, from the University of Gdansk and the presentations will be complemented by a practical example of how a city has drawn on a range of funding sources to move from planning to implementation.
Further updates on speakers, conference activities and practical information will be provided on the Eltis website.
The European Conferences on Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans are organised by the ENDURANCE project.