The European ITS Platform has organized a webinar in cooperation with general secretaries of CEDR and ASECAP. Top experts in the fields of mobility and digitalization discussed the future of mobility together with Massimiliano Salini, member of the European Parliament, and high officers from DG MOVE and key European Stakeholders such as IRU and UITP. Here is the full program. The pandemic had huge impact on mobility, both for cities and for motorways. The European vaccination programme allows citizens to hope for a new social normality. On the other hand, the attitude of citizens is changing: smart working and digital cooperation are expected to have a long term impact on the mobility, possibly even promoting different approach to human settlements, maybe more sustainable. The following questions were answered by authorities, experts and stakeholders.
How the European mobility has changed in the last period?
What can we imagine will stay as a legacy for the future of road mobility?
Which are the key action that the main stakeholder are considering to get prepared for the future?
How ITS technologies can be helpful?
More than 110 requests from 26 countries were acknowledged: delegates from most European countries but also
from the Iceland, United Kingdom, Turkey and Philippines.