Cities are constantly changing: new urban districts are created, existing districts get new functions and new inhabitants. Mobility is also subject to continuous change and redevelopment. One basis of mobility is the infrastructural city network - often created for other purposes than today’s usage. The development of expensive new transport infrastructure is often restricted by budget limits and frequently causes friction and conflict amongst city users, residents and interest groups. Mobility Management can thus act as an effective tool to address problems related to the consistent change in our mobility, work and leisure activities.
The conference will address topics such as:
Mobility Management in historical city centres
Mobility Management for new districts - in urban districts undergoing redevelopment
Local, regional and supra-regional networking
Mobility for all generations in an aging society
New forms for transport and mobility