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ECCENTRIC webinar: Mobility stations for flexible and sustainable urban transport

07/04/2020

Webinar capacity has now been reached and registration is closed. If you did not manage to book a place, don't worry! The webinar will be recorded and published on YouTube.

Living in the city without a car and travelling sustainably in an easy and accessible way? Cities can make this possible by installing mobility stations.

The City of Munich, like so many European cities, is seeing new housing development and new residential areas growing. The city wants to move away from the usual “one parking spot per housing unit" regulation, freeing up public space for other uses and supporting its citizens in making sustainable mobility choices at the same time.

As part of the EU-funded CIVITAS ECCENTRIC project, Munich has set up several mobility stations. Mobility stations combine and provide a number of mobility services to ensure that suitable means of transport are available for any purpose at any time and offer a real alternative to car ownership.

What does a city need to consider when developing mobility stations? How to get the public on board with these new plans? Which results can be expected?

Join this practitioner’s webinar on 7 April to hear the City of Munich share its experience and dive into the lessons learned.

You can register here!

Agenda

  • 10:00 - Introduction the CIVITAS ECCENTRIC project, Paula Land, ICLEI local Governments for Sustainability
  • 10:10 - Mobility stations for flexible and sustainable transport in Munich, Stefan Synek, City of Munich
  • 10:20 - Mobility stations for flexible and sustainable transport in Munich: Lessons learned on drivers and barriers, Carolin Zimmer, TU Munich
  • 10:50 - Closing and questions
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Aug 2020

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