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Sustainable urban mobility

In person

This webinar analysed different case studies with the goal of understanding the current world situation and to identify replicable measures in terms of mobility. For more information, you can read the program.


The rapid population growth jointly with obsolete car-oriented urban planning are at the heart of the challenges cities face: increase in the number of private cars, traffic congestion, pollution, time and energy consumption.

Pushing commuters away from private inefficient and polluting means of transport has become an urgent matter. As an alternative, more sustainable transportation (such as public transport or e-sharing facilities)  could make quality of life in urban areas higher.

For more information, you can read the program

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