Shared and automated mobility services for our cities

Description

Mobility in urban and suburban areas faces significant challenges with respect to accessibility, safety, security, environment, service quality of public transport and financing.

Shared and automated mobility services have the potential to address these challenges and to offer concrete solutions which are not technically or economically feasible with conventional public transport systems. This session will report on expectations from local authorities to meet policy goals in cities, strategies developed by transport authorities to facilitate integration of automated vehicles and associated shared mobility services in existing public transport systems, and lessons learnt from trials and commercial operations by public transport operators and mobility service providers.

Location

Room: De Gasperi, 2nd floor, Charlemagne building

Moderator

Siegfried Rupprecht

Siegfried Rupprecht

RUPPRECHT CONSULT - Forschung & Beratung GmbH

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Speakers

Koen De Broeck

Koen De Broeck

Manager mobility & market research, De Lijn, Belgium

Kawamoto Masayuki

Kawamoto Masayuki

SIP-adus Next Generation Transport WG Co-Chair, University of Tsukuba, Japan

Yann Leriche

Yann Leriche

Chief Performance Officer, TRANSDEV, France

Mikael Ivari

Mikael Ivari

Senior Advisor, Development & International, City of Gothenburg, Sweden

Dennis Potter

Dennis Potter

Senior advisor, Program Manager Rivium-Campus, Gemeente Capelle aan den IJssel, The Netherlands

David O'Neil

David O'Neil

Head of the Political Service Department at Syndicat des Transports d'Île-de-France (STIF), France

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