The city of short distances and the demands of New Urbanism – i.e. the advantages of the European city – are well known and are currently experiencing a determined renaissance. How suitable are micromobility offers for everyday use and who do they benefit? How can short-distance mobility be made as sustainable as possible and how can changes be accepted by the population? What solutions are there in other parts of the world? After keynote speeches by Prof. Katja Schechtner (MIT Boston) on how we can learn from the global South and by Prof. Uwe Schneidewind (Mayor of the City of Wuppertal) on sustainable forms of mobility, these pressing questions will be additionally discussed in a panel with Juliane Krause (office owner plan&rat), Christine Wenzel (Director Public Policy DACH & CEE, TIER Mobility) and moderator Andrea Reidl.
Format: Panel Discussion
Language: German with English translation