11.–12.06.2025 #polismobility

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The themes of polisMOBILITY

Reinvent mobility

The trade fair creates a central forum for decision-makers from various industries and sectors to promote holistic planning and action with regard to the key topics of "urban drive and energy transition", "municipal mobility transition" and "public transport & mobility services".

polisMOBILITY | Municipal Mobility Transition

Municipal Mobility Transition

Local authorities have a key role to play in the mobility transition because they determine the local strategies and control measures to a decisive degree. At the same time, it is expected of them that they be technology-agnostic, ensure the provision of public services for their citizens and provide (digital) infrastructure across all sectors. The challenges and scopes of action that arise in the field of tension between spatial, administrative and civil-society factors must be addressed in an interdisciplinary fashion; in both the thematic fields of individual transport and the EcoMobility Alliance and in the field of logistics of the last mile.

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polisMOBILITY | Local Public Transport & Mobility Services

Local Public Transport and Mobility Services

Tomorrow’s mobility services will be multimodal, digitally connected, sustainable, shared – and, above all, simple and affordable. Public mobility must be provided in a way that connects conventional means of public transport with new mobility services as seamlessly as possible. Mobility thus offers users maximum flexibility while meeting the demands for efficiency and sustainability. Digital platforms are essential for seamlessly connecting different public and private sector operating models.

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polisMOBILITY | Vehicles & Drive Technologies

Urban drive system and energy transition

The transformation of the urban mobility system calls for technical innovations and solutions across sectors at the municipal level. Important here is on the one hand to adapt the existing regulations with an openness to technology and to expand the networking of (charging) infrastructure and technologies. On the other hand, the electricity and heat supply, the needs of industry and transport matters must be coordinated and connected without losing sight of the common good. New business models must be understood and developed, and resilient infrastructures created – by municipalities, the economy and civil society working in tandem. 

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