Intermodality

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Intermodal transport refers to the use of at least two different modes of transport during one door-to-door journey. The level of integration in terms of ownership, operation or usability is an important aspect of intermodality. Improving intermodal transport requires the development of seamless integrated transport chains.

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By Benjamin Baxter / Updated: 01 Apr 2020

Webinar: Driving success in MaaS

In recent years, Mobility as a Service (MaaS) has become a mature and sound concept and travelled through a steep learning curve in terms of what should be avoided, and what the critical success factors are. Examples of success are emerging, such as Rejseplanen app, which is used more frequently than Google Maps in Denmark. 

By Benjamin Baxter / Updated: 19 Mar 2020

Fluidtime Symposium

Please note that this event was due to take place in May 2020 and has been postponed. For more information and the most recent updates, please visit the event website.

This is a unique opportunity to get to know MaaS experiences and ideas from 16 participating cities and regions. Whether rural regions in the Netherlands, small towns in Switzerland or urban metropolises such as Paris or Vienna – participants can decide in each session which ecosystem they want to get to know better.

By Pier Paolo Pentucci / Updated: 26 Mar 2020

Cross Border Transport and Mobility in the EU; Interreg Crossmoby project

The path towards a barrier-free single European market requires particular attention to be paid to cross-border transport.The aim of the workshop is to provide a systematic analysis of what has already been done and what are the next priorities.
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By Youris.com / Updated: 02 Mar 2020
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By Benjamin Baxter / Updated: 29 Jan 2020

MOBITAS 2020: 2nd International Conference on HCI in Mobility, Transport and Automotive Systems

Human-computer interaction (HCI) in the field of mobility and intermodal transport leads to completely new challenges. A variety of different travellers move in different travel chains. The interplay of such different systems, such as car and bike sharing, local and long-distance public transport and individual transport, must be adapted to the needs of the travellers. Innovative means of transport are developed, such as electric vehicles and autonomous vehicles. To achieve the acceptance of these systems, human-machine interaction must be completely redesigned.

By Go Mobility 2018 / Updated: 08 Jan 2020

Go Mobility 2020

Go Mobility is the new mobility exhibition of southern Europe, fostered by the Regional Council of Gipuzkoa and the Basque Government.

The event is integrated with the strategy for the development of electromobility that the institutions are fostering, spearheaded by MUBIL – Gipuzkoa Electromobility Center.

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By rswa178 / Updated: 02 Apr 2020

SUMP Good Practice Fact Sheets

A series of fact sheets chronicle the good practice examples of SUMP measures, instruments and planning procedures in the seven partner cities of CIVITAS SUMPs-Up.

They cover activities that have taken place in Birmingham (UK), Budapest (Hungary), Donostia-San Sebastian (Spain), Malmö (Sweden), Sofia (Bulgaria), Thessaloniki (Greece) and Turin (Italy) since SUMPs-Up began in September 2016.

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By Benjamin Baxter / Updated: 16 Jan 2020

International Conference on Transport and Smart Cities (ICoTSC 2020)

ICoTSC 2020 is an open forum where advances in the field of transport and smart Cities can be shared and examined. Researchers, engineers, scientists and industry professionals are welcomed to join this conference. which acts as a platform for keeping up with advances in this ever-changing field.

Over this three day event, a wide range of research topics will be discussed including both theoretical and systems research. Topics include, and more: