CONGRESS OVERVIEW

The hottest topics in urban mobility up for debate

Shifting gears towards sustainable mobility

A three-day event in which plenary sessions, a TMWC themed room, and several open Agoras will set the stage for experts to delve into the most relevant issues for the future of urban mobility.

SEVEN STRATEGIC ENABLERS FOR SUSTAINABLE MOBILITY GROWTH:

Public Transport

Public Transport

The COVID pandemic proved the immense importance of public services and made it clear that cities need to keep investing in public transport and intermodal formulas to achieve sustainability. In some cases that implies public-private partnerships that need to be articulated. How can cities develop new business models and leverage technologies such as blockchain to foster responsive and sustainable public transport?

Micromobility

Micromobility

During the last couple of years of COVID, many cities have experienced a rise in active modes of transport such as cycling and walking, not to mention the use of e-scooters, which are to be regulated in many places. What are the challenges posed by micromobility? Is this a trend that will remain in the New Normal?

Automotive

Autonomous Vehicles

Technology is there: Autonomous vehicles are definitely coming into focus this year as different levels of automation are hitting showrooms. Yet in many cities, regulation is still falling behind and important challenges related to batteries, charging solutions and the relationship with other vehicles need to be meet. How can cities harness self-driving technology to develop truly intelligent transport systems?

Last Mile Logistics

Last Mile Logistics

With global ecommerce jumping to $26.7 trillion and the global last mile delivery market to reach USD 62.7 billion by 2027, cities need to find innovative solutions to deal with last mile logistics. Are autonomous robots the ultimate solution for last-mile deliveries? How can cities avoid increasing pollution and parking problems when managing last-mile delivery fleets? Is there a one-size-fits-all solution?

Future & Digital Transportation

Future & Digital Transportation

Drones, Vertical Take-Off and Landing (VTOL)… The future of urban mobility could be played out up in the air. Yet we might lose sight of this upwards aspiration in the bustle of everyday life. What are the challenges that cities need to meet to develop this third dimension of urban mobility? What the technologies and business models to be developed?

Transport Infrastructure

Transport Infrastructure

Transport infrastructure is a critical urban ingredient as it supports personal well-being and economic growth. Yet developing road and rail infrastructural projects, above and below ground, needs to be linked to low carbon mobility plans with safety and sustainability as top priorities. What do cities need to prioritize responding to citizens’ needs?

Energy Transition & Efficiency

Energy Transition & Efficiency

The dynamics are reverberating globally. Energy prices are surging and impacting mobility. Cities need to take a holistic approach to tackle this energy crisis and accelerate the transition to cleaner energy. How can they foster mobility solutions critical to this transition? How can cross-industry collaboration and public-private partnerships help develop this new ecosystem?

First leading speakers confirmed for #TWMC22!

Many more speakers still to be announced!

Maria Tsavachidis

Maria Tsavachidis

CEO, EIT Urban Mobility

Kelly Larson

Kelly Larson

Leading Road Safety & Drowning Prevention work, Bloomberg Philantropies

Karen Vancluysen

Karen Vancluysen

Secretary General, POLIS

Marco te Brömmelstroet

Marco te Brömmelstroet

Professor in Urban Mobility Futures, University of Amsterdam

Keynote Speakers

Take a look at some of the speakers who shared their expertise at TMWC21
and stay tuned for the big names taking part in this year’s edition.

Tore Harritshøj

CEO, Spirii A/S, and EIT UM SB Member

Tore Harritshøj

CEO, Spirii A/S, and EIT UM SB Member
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Karin Ebbinhaus

CEO, Elonroad

Karin Ebbinhaus

CEO, Elonroad
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Wiebke Pankauke

Deputy HoU for Future and Urban Mobility Systems, European Commission

Wiebke Pankauke

Deputy HoU for Future and Urban Mobility Systems, European Commission
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Karen Vancluysen

Secretary General, POLIS

Karen Vancluysen

Secretary General, POLIS
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Maria Tsavachidis

CEO, EIT Urban Mobility

Maria Tsavachidis

CEO, EIT Urban Mobility
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Mariola Panzuela Malgosa

Zero Emission Programme Manager, C40

Mariola Panzuela Malgosa

Zero Emission Programme Manager, C40
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Lola Ortiz

Head of Mobility Planning, Ayuntamiento de Madrid

Lola Ortiz

Head of Mobility Planning, Ayuntamiento de Madrid
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Rohit Kumar

Head of Urban Air Mobility (UAM), Toulouse Métropole

Rohit Kumar

Head of Urban Air Mobility (UAM), Toulouse Métropole
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Rosa Blanco

Leader of ADAS, Automated Driving and Connectivity Department, CTAG

Rosa Blanco

Leader of ADAS, Automated Driving and Connectivity Department, CTAG
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Filippo Brunelleschi

Country Manager Spain,SPIN Mobility

Filippo Brunelleschi

Country Manager Spain,SPIN Mobility
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Mariona Conill de Azpiazu

Sustainable Mobility Section Area of Mobility, Transport and Sustainability, AMB

Mariona Conill de Azpiazu

Sustainable Mobility Section Area of Mobility, Transport and Sustainability, AMB
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Mark Nieuwenhuijsen

Research Professor, Director of the Urban Planning, Environment and Health Initiative, and Director of the Air Pollution and Urban Environment Programme, IS Global

Mark Nieuwenhuijsen

Research Professor, Director of the Urban Planning, Environment and Health Initiative, and Director of the Air Pollution and Urban Environment Programme, IS Global
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Petr Suška

Member of the Board and Smart City, Innovations and Project Management Section Director, City of Prague, Operator ICT

Petr Suška

Member of the Board and Smart City, Innovations and Project Management Section Director, City of Prague, Operator ICT
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Susana Val

Director, Zaragoza Logistics Center (ZLC)

Susana Val

Director, Zaragoza Logistics Center (ZLC)
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Pedro Vidal

Executive Secretary of traffic management unit and ITS, Ministerio de Transportes de Chile

Pedro Vidal

Executive Secretary of traffic management unit and ITS, Ministerio de Transportes de Chile
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Przemysław Zawodny

Deputy Director and Chief Research Officer, Lukasiewicz Research Network - The institute of Logistics and Warehousing

Przemysław Zawodny

Deputy Director and Chief Research Officer, Lukasiewicz Research Network - The institute of Logistics and Warehousing
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BEST SESSIONS
FROM TMWC21

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4 INNOVATIVE FORMATS

KEYNOTE SESSIONS

Engaging speeches given by renowned worldwide thought leaders
  • Auditorium

BURNING DEBATE

High-level roundtables with first-class governmental authorities and leading thinkers
  • Auditorium

SOLUTION TALKS

Short talks about specific implemented solutions, policies or products
  • Agoras (Expo Area)

ROUND TABLES

High-level roundtables with first-class governmental authorities and leading thinkers
  • SCEWC & TMWC Rooms