MORE held four online sessions to discuss the present and future of our streets

MORE  held four online sessions at the end of February 2022.

Following the MORE project final conference at the end of February, the experts and practitioners who have contributed to shape innovative concepts and tools for the reallocation of road space held four online sessions to discuss hot topics such as bringing 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 presented the tools developed by MORE, which helped transport and planning authorities engage citizens in the street space redesign process.

Did you miss our online sessions? Check the recordings and presentations below:

Bringing life back to streets

Chair: Peter Jones, UCL
Jane Debono and Gabrielle Abadi, Camden’s Future High street team, Re-imagining high streets in Camden
• Meha Shukla, UCL: “The digitisation of future high streets, cyber security risks”
• Pedro Homem de Gouveia, POLIS: The perspective of European cities

An introduction to the MORE tools for road space reallocation

MORE tools: introduction and parallel sessions
Paulo Anciaes, UCL
Robin Morrison, Buchanan Computing
• Peter Sukennik, PTV
Andor Haznagy, BKK Budapest (option generation and engagement), Jose Pinheiro, Lisbon (modelling), Per Wisenborn, Malmö (appraisal)

Advances in technologies and future scenarios

Chair: Tom Cohen, University of Westminster
• Welcome and introduction, Tom Cohen
Meng Lu, DYNNIQ 
Lucia Cristea, EIP 
Maria Brodde Makri, City of Malmö 
Rebecca Sterynowicz, Transport for London 

What’s next for TEN-T policy in the EU?

Chair: Ivo Cré, POLIS
Aleksander Buczyński, ECF
Emmanuel Dommergues, UITP
Sebastian Schöneck, FrankfurtRheinMain Region
Tiina Ruohonen, City of Oslo – MOVE 21