URBAN TRANSPORT & MOBILITY – How to achieve greener and carbon-neutral transport and mobility in cities?
What could transport in cities look like? What can cities do to improve mobility?
And what impact can adjusting transport solutions have on climate change? In the third and final discussion, we bring inspiration from practical experiences on transport and mobility projects.
Speakers at the event include:
- Martin Kupka, Minister of Transport of the Czech Republic,
- Andrew McNaughton, Chairman of Network Rail High Speed,
- Jo Baker, Greater Cambridge Partnership,
- Brian Matthews, Head of Transport Innovation, Milton Keynes,
- David Petr, CzechInvest,
- Michal Babič, Mott MacDonald,
- The debate will be moderated by Tomas Janeba, President, Infrastructure Development Association.
13:00 Urban Revitalization through Smart Transport Solutions
13:10 It’s about more than carbon – transforming rail to support the green agenda
13:30 Greater Cambridge – a vision for transport in 2030
13:50 Milton Keynes: Preparing for the future
14:10 Panel discussion
15:10 Closing remarks
Cities have enormous potential to make fundamental changes in the fight against climate change and will drive innovation and investment over the next decade. Therefore, we bring inspiration to representatives of Czech cities, public and private sectors and open a broad discussion on the potential of cities to change.
In three discussions, we will present visions and solutions focused on sustainability, digitalisation, transport and mobility in urban environments. Experiences from UK cities and their projects can inspire our own plans for the future.
Sustainable Cities (15 March 2022 at 13:00)
Digital Cities (23 March 2022 from 10:00) – register HERE
Transport and Mobility in Cities (23 March 2022 from 13:00)