Sustainable shared mobilities webinars

4 maj-30 juni
Hållbara transporter

This spring/summer the Climate-KIC SuSMo project will hold a series of online webinars. The webinars kick off 4th May and will run once a week in May and June. The focus will be best practices and the latest topics within shared mobility.

SuSMo is a Climate-KIC project which addresses the question of shared mobility from a system perspective. The aim is to bring together leading cities from all over Europe together with other experts in the transport sector and to facilitate the development of shared mobility in a sustainable direction.

Two of the webinars are led by Trivector.

19th May, 16.00 – 17.00 CET (15:00 – 16.00 BST): Future mobility on different sides of the Atlantic Ocean – Bridging the gap between the US and Europe

  • Introduction
    Axel Persson and Lennart Persson, Trivector
  • How to bridge the Silicon Valley mobility ecosystem with Europe?
    Elias Arnestrand – Head of the Future Mobility initiative, Nordic Innovation House in Silicon Valley.
  • This is how San Francisco and San José deal with shared mobility – experiences and good practices from the US West Coast
    Alex Demisch, Data Analytics & Strategy Manager, San Francisco MTA
    Ramses Madou, Planning, Policy, and Sustainability, San Jose DOT & Vice-Chair of the Board, Open Mobility Foundation

Ramses Madou and Alex Demisch will present how City of San Jose and City of San Fransisco are approaching shared mobility and emerging modes of transportation on the innovative landscape of the US West Coast. They are both engaged in Open Mobility Foundation and will share their views on the city’s new role in a new digital landscape of shared mobility.

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16th June, 12:00 – 13:00 CET (11:00 – 12:00 BST): This is how Gothenburg is expanding the shared mobility scene

  • Introduction
    Axel Persson, Trivector
  • The road to the next bike share scheme in Gothenburg – Planning, procurement and integration with e-scooters
    Sara Boije af Gennäs, Trivector
  • Mojo – Campus MaaS and hub demonstrator, Business model and efficient procurement for a sustainable mobility
    Rasmus Sundberg, Trivector
  • Car sharingMobility styles and key factors for behavior change
    Cecilia J Bergstad, associate Professor in Psychology. Researcher in the environmental psychology group at the University of Gothenburg.

Sara and Rasmus are consultants at Trivector, they will present two innovative cases of shared mobility that has been implemented in Gothenburg – the second largest city in Sweden. Cecilia will present some highlights from STARS, which stands for Shared mobility opporTunities And challenges foR European citieS, a multidisciplinary project funded by EU and Horizon 2020.

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