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By Hannah Figg / Updated: 13 Nov 2019
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By Benjamin Baxter / Updated: 30 Sep 2019

Micromobility Europe

The Micro mobility Europe conference will present a full-day agenda made up of talks, workshops, and networking opportunities with the most influential people in first-and-last mile transportation. Join hundreds of entrepreneurs, investors, engineers, and policymakers in Berlin on 1 October and become part of the largest movement in the world to unbundle the car with lightweight electric vehicles. 

By Benjamin Baxter / Updated: 03 Oct 2019


In 2020, the location of the REAL CORP annual conference will be Aachen, where experts will gather to discuss developments and challenges in urban planning. The audience for this conference consists of researchers from any relevant field, urban development experts from policy, administration, special interest groups, and NGOs, and actors or representatives from economy, commerce, or industry. 

By Benjamin Baxter / Updated: 13 Sep 2019


IT-TRANS is one of the leading intelligent urban transport systems conferences where the sector meet to exhange, discuss and invent digital solutions. Experts from around the globe will address key issues such as artifical intelligence and internet of things (IoT), autonomous vehicles, on-demand and shared mobility, data ownership and mobility as a service (MaaS).

By Fiona Twisse / Updated: 13 Sep 2019

The positive influence of the SUMP on travel behaviour in Bremen (short video)

Dr. Joachim Lohse, Bremen’s Senator for Environment, Urban Development and Mobility explains how Bremen have managed mobility in Bremen, encouraging active travel over the use of private vehicles - and promoting the use of car sharing schemes as an alternative to private vehicle ownership.

This 45-second video is accompanied by a longer video with additional details. 

By Fiona Twisse / Updated: 14 Oct 2019

The positive influence of the SUMP on travel behaviour in Bremen (long video)

The city of Bremen Bremen has managed to fulfil EU Air Quality requirements and has the lowest concentration of Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2) compared to other large German cities. 

In addition, Bremen has the highest cycling mode share of large German cities, focusing the objectives of their Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan to shift priority to cyclists. As a result, the city achieves an active travel mode share of 23%. In total, private vehicles only account for 36% of modal share with the majority of journeys carried out using active travel modes (48%) or on public transport (16%).

By Francesco Ripa / Updated: 10 Sep 2019

Hamburg launches Germany’s first platform to monitor new mobility services

The German city of Hamburg is launching a platform for the comprehensive digital documentation, analysis and planning of new mobility services in urban areas.

The platform, which is being developed and operated in cooperation with the Hamburg-based Wunder Mobility, will help the city understand how to best use new mobility services such as e-scooters, shared taxis and rental bicycles.

By Francesco Ripa / Updated: 12 Aug 2019