POLIS Conference 2023 – Leuven, Belgium

  • Event29 November 2023 to 30 November 2023
  • Updated15 October 2023
  • Uncategorised

The Annual POLIS Conference is Europe’s leading sustainable urban mobility event, providing an opportunity for cities and regions to showcase their transport achievements to a large audience of mobility experts, practitioners, and decision-makers from both the public and private sector. More about the POLIS Conference

EMTA staff members Zahraa Jawad, Thomas Geier and Alexandre Santacreu will participate: contact us to schedule a meeting in Leuven!

EMTA members on the agenda
  • A new approach to sustainable mobility strategies in areas of economic activity: The case of Vic and Gurb (Barcelona) – Xavier Sanyer Matias, Metropolitan Transport Authority of Barcelona (ATM) & Joana Rodríguez Bergadà, Municipality of Vic
  • London: Harnessing free-floating scooter parking – Teddy Howard, Transport for London & Sébastien Berthaud, Bluesystems
  • Creation of a new regional rapid transit bus network (BRT) – Cédric Aubouin, Ile-de-France Mobilités
  • A multi-level governance tool to shape the future’s mobility: The Sustainable Regional Mobility Plan for the functional urban area of the Stuttgart region – Nadine Müller, Verband Region Stuttgart
  • Mobility hubs in Brussels – From policy visioning to implementation – David Timothé Buen Abad, Brussels Mobility
  • Digitising mobility in the US and Europe – Jessica Gilsoul & Martin Lefrancq, Brussels Mobility
  • Reducing speed in Brussels, measures to support 30km/h in the city – Hinko Van Geelen, BRRC & Isabelle Janssens, Brussels Mobility
  • Vélo Solidaire – A bike leasing scheme to support cycling to school for disadvantaged residents – Christophe de Voghel, Brussels Mobility
  • A longterm strategy for a just mobility system in the Vervoerregio Amsterdam – Kelly Pronk & Gerard Hellburg, Vervoerregio Amsterdam
  • The energy transition and mobility in the Amsterdam region: Towards a comprehensive regional energy strategy – David Uiterwaal & Gerard Hellburg, Vervoerregio Amsterdam
  • A new public transport business model for quality of life – Mark Degenkamp & Constance Winnips, Vervoerregio Amsterdam