The role of Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning in developing a resilient transport system in response to changes brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic and climate change

By Hannah Figg / Updated: 09 Sep 2021
Friday 08 October 2021, 09:30 to 15:00
Language: English
Past event

Civinet Greece-Cyprus is pleased to invite you to its national ELTIS training which will take place on Friday 8 October 2021 in Athens at the OTE Academy premises.

The main goal of the training is to highlight the changes brought by the pandemic and climate change to urban mobility. In particular, it will explore how COVID-19 has changed the way our cities and mobility systems operate, but also how the need for better climate change management should be met by any future development plans.

This is an excellent training opportunity to design and develop sustainable mobility strategies which will respond to demanding, specific, conditions such as those caused by pandemics and climate change. Through case studies and analysis of good practices, you will learn how to apply the principles of Sustainable Mobility, to take with you the key players in each region, but also to find relevant sources of funding for the measures you want to implement.

This ELTIS training provided by CIVINET Greece-Cyprus and the trainers Robert Pressl and Claus Köllinger is the perfect prelude for Civinet's December conference.

Useful information

  • The Workshop will take place live at the OTE Academy premises according to COVID-19 health and safety protocols.
  • Participation in the workshop requires a good knowledge of English, as no interpretation will be provided.
  • Participation at the workshop is free. In case of exceeding the maximum limit of participants, priority will be given to the subscriber members of CIVINET Greece-Cyprus.
  • Ote Academy facilities include free parking for 200 vehicles.

Register for this training workshop by filling in this form (registration deadline 20 September 2021).

For more information see here.