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Managing the unexpected: SUMP and new mobility services during COVID-19

Author: Richard Adams
Posted on: Friday, December 11, 2020 - 18:47

HARMONY is organising a webinar on 14 December to present the project's initial findings and to explore whether new mobility stakeholders’ requirements have arisen due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

The webinar is structured around two main sessions on Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning (SUMP) and new transport modelling, business models and mobility services respectively.

Several HARMONY partners will present the initial project outcomes, as well as the results of the HARMONY survey on the COVID-19 impact on transport planning priorities.

Additionally, HARMONY invited the project LEAD to bring the added value of their research into digital twins and sustainable urban logistics. This synergy among similar CIVITAS projects will offer an enriching occasion to join forces and exchange knowledge among H2020 initiatives.

Similarly, a lively discussion will be encouraged by a mix of platforms, such as presentations, round tables and an interactive workshop. The online workshop is part of a wider strategy aiming at reaching out to relevant stakeholders in order to grasp their needs and preferences in terms of passenger and freight mobility and spatial solutions.

Have a look at the final agenda and register for the webinar.

You can find more information about HARMONY, which is a CIVITAS project, and its activities online.

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