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Efficient transport for smarter cities and better quality of life for citizens. Conference in IT

The presentation slides of the conference speakers are now available for download.

The conference entitled "Sustainable urban mobility planning: efficient transport for smarter cities and better quality of life for citizens", organized by AREA Science Park, was held Thursday, September 25th at the Congress Centre of Padriciano (Trieste).

The event addressed several issues related to the planning and management of urban transpor. In particular, it tried to find innovative options and solutions to make home-to-school travelling more sustainable; to foster economic, social and environmental sustainability in home-to-work travelling; as well as include tourist mobility patterns in SUMPs.

The conference was articulated in three main stages: a pitch event, where selected organizations presented innovative technological solutions to the problems of urban mobility; a section dedicated to the exchange of experiences and technical know-how among officials involved in the training activities of the BUMP project; a presentation of the solutions for sustainable mobility offered by other European countries.


It is possible to download the speakers' presentations at the following links:

An introduction to the BUMP project: helping local authorities plan sustainable urban mobility - Fabio Tomasi, AREA Science Park

Technological solutions for mobility in smart cities - Adamo Stevanato, NE-T BY TELERETE NORDEST (Italian only)

Jojob: an innovative car-pooling service for companies for sustainable mobility - Gerard Albertengo, BRINGME (Italian only)

The first garage-sharing system in Italy - Paolo Dal Lago, PARCHEGGIAMI.IT

Integrated systems for mobility – Vittorio Perri , BLU ZONE (Italian only)

The Sicurstrada project: improving road safety for a more sustainable mobility - Fausto Sacchelli, FONDAZIONE UNIPOLIS (Italian only)

How can we make home-to-school travelling more sustainable? - Abel Ortego, CIRCE

What are the best options to foster economic, social and environmental sustainability in home-to-work travelling? - Tiberiu Lorand Toma, ALEA

Including tourist mobility patterns in SUMP - Luca Mercatelli, AREA Science Park

PUMAS: Planning Sustainable Regional-urban Mobility in the Alpine Space – Innovative and cost-effectiveness mobility solutions for Alpine Space cities - Federica Del Piccolo, City of Venice (Italy)

POLYSUMP: Planning Sustainable Mobility Together - Future search methodology as a tool for mobility planning in polycentric regions - Gašper Kleč, Development Centre of the Heart of Slovenia - Litija (Slovenia)

SEEMORE: Sustainable and Energy-Efficient Mobility Options in tourist Regions in Europe - Fostering sustainable mobility in tourist areas - Sara Baronio, Central European Initiative – Trieste (Italy) 


You can also watch the photos (on the top right of this page) and video of the conference on Youtube:



(Picture by Joel Müller)