The question to be tackled by the Urban Mobility Lab revolves around the form to be taken by tomorrow’s urban mobility.
Renowned experts such as architect and urban planner Jan Gehl from Copenhagen will open the discussion about tomorrow’s mobility in urban areas. They will focus, inter alia, on the latest developments in the fields of digitalisation and electrification, as well as pedestrian and cyclist mobility.
Participants have the opportunity to enter into discussions with the speakers and thus forge ahead with the dialogue.
The three-day event covers the following subject areas:
Optimising room as a resource | Mobility adapted to the city
New centres in the outskirts | Polycentric growth
Private transport beyond the car | Invisible infrastructure
Attention architects and urban planners: you can gain training credits by attending the discussions.