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 SUMP-PLUS / Updated: 01 Jul 2022

Sustainable mobility workshop 1: Providing seamless inter-modality as a gateway to 'sustainable suburbs' through cross-boundary partnerships in Antwerp, Belgium

About this workshop

This online workshop focuses on Antwerp's experiences of intensifying its cross-boundary partnerships with mobility providers (Marketplace) and employers in order to deliver attractive, convenient and safe intermodal travel options running from the commuter belt into the city.

Interested in sharing your experiences?

If any cities have experiences to share on this topic, you would be welcome to make a presentation. Please inform us through the specific question on presentations in the registration form.

By Florinda Boschetti / Updated: 21 Jun 2022

Future City Tech 2022

Over 30 demonstrations with start-ups in Energy & Public Realm are waiting for you at Future City Tech 2022 conference on 23-24 June 2022  in the City of Říčany (Czech Republic). This conference will bring together representatives from cities and mobility/transportation/technology industries in a wide range of sessions, workshops and outdoor exhibition.

By Jane Tewson / Updated: 05 May 2022
By Jane Tewson / Updated: 31 May 2022

Urban Mobility Days Conference 2022

Urban Mobility Days 2022 

The date and location for the 2022 edition of Urban Mobility Days have now been confirmed. The conference will take place on 20-22 September in Brno, Czech Republic.

Following in the footsteps of previous successful conferences, this year’s theme is “Moving people and goods more sustainably”. More than 70% of Europeans live in cities, and urban areas account for around 23% of the EU’s GHG transport emissions. If we are to achieve ambitious climate targets, transforming urban mobility will be critical.

By Jane Tewson / Updated: 02 Mar 2022
By Claus Köllinger / Updated: 21 Feb 2022
By Jane Tewson / Updated: 26 Jan 2022

#DBUdigital Online Forum "Sustainable Mobility in the District"

Neighbourhoods are particularly important in mobility transitions because the every-day paths of most people begin and end in a residential area. To encourage residents to become more sustainable, a diverse and differentiated local transport infrastructure is crucial, as is the acceptance of alternatives to local car use. Both contribute to multimodal transport behaviour and thus to more sustainable mobility.

By Conall Martin / Updated: 22 Dec 2021
By Jane Tewson / Updated: 20 Dec 2021
By Hannah Figg / Updated: 06 Dec 2021