Regulating Transport on Demand in the EU

By CERRE_comms / Updated: 03 Dec 2021
Monday 06 December 2021, 15:30 to 17:00
Language: English
Past event

Effectively addressing urban mobility at EU level raises many challenges and opportunities for the sector. Following the major initiatives and strategies adopted by the EU such as the Green Deal, the Sustainable and Smart Mobility Strategy, the Fit for 55 Package, and the upcoming Urban Mobility Framework, the Centre on Regulation in Europe (CERRE) has looked into the potential role of the EU in the field of transport on demand.

Join CERRE on Monday 6 December at 15:30 CET for an open discussion on transport on demand in the EU, and what type of regulatory interventions might be required to tackle urban mobility challenges.

CERRE’s latest report ‘Transport on Demand: How to regulate ride-hailing in the EU?’, proposing reforms for harmonisation and coordination, will be presented by academic co-authors Vassilis Hatzopoulos and Enguerrand Marique, followed by a discussion with representatives from both traditional and new forms of mobility, clean transport campaigners, and European local and regional authorities.

This webinar is free and open to all, please register to receive the connection details.

If you can’t join us live, then the webinar will be available to replay on the CERRE YouTube channel afterwards.

Viewers will have the chance to ask questions via during the event using the code #CERRETOD.

To register for the webinar, click here.