We gladly invite you to the launch event of the European Transport and Mobility Forum (ETM Forum: www.etmforum.eu/).
The ETM Forum intends to connect stakeholders to discuss and advocate for user-centric approaches and cross-modal cooperation in transport of passenger and freight. The goal is no less than work together towards the Vision for transport in Europe in 2030 and the implementation of the Action Plan developed within Mobility4EU (www.mobility4eu.eu/).
In 2017, the initiative for building the European Transport and Mobility Forum has been launched. Three initial Working Groups, “Co-creation for mobility planning”, “Involving users in R&D&I” and “Viable business for seamless transport”, have already kicked-off their work and will present their work during the launch event.
25th of March 2019 | 14.00 - 17.00
Conference Centre "Blue Point Venues"
80 Bd A. Reyers Ln, 1030 Brussels
During the event...
You will be able to explore how to engage in the active Working Groups
You will get the chance to propose new topics to the ETM Forum
You will be given the opportunity to become a member yourself and support the ETM Forum
For those who want to follow the activities and interact with us via our social networks, the event will be streamed live. More information will follow.
Places are limited, please fill in the form to reserve yours!
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Welcome and registration
Keynote on future transport
(to be announced)
Presentation of the ETM Forum
The mission, goals and planned activities of the ETM Forum will be introduced. The online community, the working tool of the ETM Forum, will be presented and officially launched. Participants will be invited to discuss impacts and reasons to join as well as further collaboration opportunities.
Pitches from Working Groups
The Working Groups of the ETM Forum “Co-creation for mobility planning”, “Involving users in R&D&I” and “Viable business for seamless transport” will present their goals and activities. Interactive discussions on further topics and activities will be held.
Barriers and synergies for the implementation of a user-centric and multimodal transport system.
Panel discussion with Working Group leaders and representatives from research, industry and users.
transport, mobility, user-centred