The EU-funded MORE project is holding four online sessions at the end of February 2022.
As the MORE project draws to a close at the end of February, the experts and practitioners who have contributed to shape innovative concepts and tools for the reallocation of road space will hold four online sessions to discuss hot topics such as brining life back to streets, what’s next for TEN-T policy in Europe following the launch of the new Urban Mobility Framework, and the advances in technologies and future scenarios for urban mobility.
A dedicated session will present the tools developed by MORE, which will help transport and planning authorities engage citizens in the road space redesign process.
Register for the online sessions
- Monday 21 February, 11:00 – 12:30 CET: Bringing life back to streets. Register here. With Peter Jones (UCL), Meha Shukla (UCL), Jane Debono and Gabrielle Abadi (Camden’s Future High Street team), Pedro Homem de Gouveia (POLIS Network).
- Tuesdsay 22 February, 11:00 – 13:00 CET: An introduction to the MORE tools for road space reallocation. Register here. With Paulo Anciaes (UCL), Peter Sukennik (PTV), Robin Morrison (Buchanan Computing), representatives from Malmö, Lisbon and Budapest.
- Wednesday 23 February, 11:00 – 13:00 CET: Advances in technologies and future scenarios for urban mobility. Register here. With Tom Cohen (University of Westminster), Meng Lu (DYNNIQ), Lucia Cristea (EIP), Maria Brodde Makri (City of Malmö), Rebecca Sterynowicz (Transport for London).
- Thursday 24 February, 11:00 – 12:30 CET: What’s next for TEN-T policy in the EU? Register here. With Ivo Cré (POLIS Network), Aleksander Buczyński (European Cyclists’ Federation), Sebastian Schöneck (FrankfurtRheinMein Region), Tiina Ruohonen (City of Oslo – MOVE 21), and Emmanuel Dommergues (UITP).