Future of Transport - how do we deal with it?
Are you a transport professional who is interested in understanding how best to deal with the fast-changing urban transport landscape while ensuring the shift towards zero-carbon urban mobility? Then this is the course for you! With a mix of lectures, workshops, site visits and the chance to exchange with peers this EIT Climate-KIC course will provide you with tools and methods that will give practical support in dealing with long-term planning in complexity.
About the course
This course will be about how to manage the introduction of transport innovations from a public authority perspective. What mechanisms exist to test innovation, how can we evaluate the benefits of something that hasn’t been implemented yet, and what can public authorities do to support private companies in developing their innovations? This focuses very much on issues of governance and policy and understanding the role of the local authority in leading development in the right direction.
Two different occasions
The course takes part during two occasions at two different locations, one in Sweden, Lund and one in the Netherlands, Amsterdam and Eindhoven, including lectures, workshops and study visits.
NOTE! The course takes place during two sessions à 2 days. The participants should attend both sessions to get the most out of the course and the specific workshop format. However, it is possible that two persons from one organization could go to one session each.
17th of September, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
18th of September, Eindhoven, The Netherlands
22th of October, Lund, Sweden
23th of October, Lund, Sweden
Participants are expected to be people who are involved in implementation of transport systems and in the strategic thinking around future transport systems. This includes:
- Public authority representatives (local, regional and national levels), particularly strategic planners, innovation managers, digitalization strategists, experts in innovative mobility systems etc.
- Consultants who work in transport planning and strategy and who work closely with public authorities but also for other clients. Transport consultants can build their knowledge to better provide for their clients.
- Researchers working in the fields of transport governance, transport innovation, change management.