11.–12.06.2025 #polismobility

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polisMOBILITY Conference

"polisMOBILITY is the leading sector-spanning dialogue platform for the urban transport transition. It provides a central forum for decision makers from various industries and sectors and brings together the private economy and the public sector into a dialogue in order to promote holistic planning and action in relation to the key themes of "transition in drive systems and energy in urban areas", the "municipal mobility transition", and "local public transport & mobility services".

How can we design mobility to create the human-scale, sustainable city of tomorrow?

Our conference programme 2024

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How to get to polisMOBILITY 2024

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Your contact person

  • Lana Horsthemke

    Lana Horsthemke Müller + Busmann GmbH & Co.KG
    Project management

    Hofaue 63
    D-42103 Wuppertal
    Tel. +49 202 24836 43

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Conference partner

Statement Johannes Busmann, Managing Partner polis Convention GmbH

Statement Johannes Busmann, Managing Partner polis Convention GmbH

"The guiding principles of the car-oriented and function-oriented city have determined the premises of urban planning for many decades. Against the backdrop of global technological developments in digitalisation, artificial intelligence and energy storage, we are now on the threshold of a "mobility-friendly" city that will open up completely new possibilities for us to design a sustainable and liveable city. With polisMOBILITY, we want to accompany this change and be a partner in the dialogue between business, science, politics and urban society."