The online event “Decarbonising mobility in urban nodes: Governance and policy challenges” is part of a series of workshops aimed at discussing common challenges of cities located on the corridors and nodes of the Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T).
The event brought together representatives of the cities of Malmö, Hamburg and Copenhagen to share experiences and discuss how to reconcile growing mobility needs in inter-urban areas with local policies aiming at reducing motorised traffic.
The second part of the event focused on the implications of the EU decarbonisation agenda for TEN-T and urban nodes policies, with representatives of the European Commission and key stakeholder organisations.
Introduction to the MORE Project and related TEN-T Network issues, Prof. Peter Jones, University College London
More mobility, less traffic in urban and inter-urban areas?
- Magnus Fahl, City of Malmö – Case Malmö; urban corridors and regional planning.
- Rasmus W Frisk, arki_lab, Copenhagen – Friction in city space between functions for movement and functions for streets as places.
- Raimund Brodehl, City of Hamburg
Implications of the decarbonisation agenda for TEN-T and urban nodes policies, with
- Isabelle Maes, European Commission, DG MOVE
- Lucian Zagan, Eurocities
- Aleksander Buczynski, European Cyclists’ Federation