Green Urban Mobility in 2030
Up to 70 % of the EU’s population lives in urban areas and they consume 80 % of the energy. Problems such as air pollution and congestion are threatening the liveability of our cities. Green urban mobility contributes to quality of life, health, economic and urban development, energy efficiency and liveability in our cities!
The Dutch Presidency of the Council of the EU has the Urban Agenda as one of their focal points. In May, the ministers will sign the Pact of Amsterdam. This pact will serve as the start of the implementation of the EU Urban Agenda.
Dutch Railways and Arnhem Nijmegen City Region have organised a joint workshop on the needs that arise from transport in our cities. What is necessary for our cities to be at the forefront of sustainable urban transport? What has to be done towards 2030? Architects, city designers, policy makers and stakeholders will discuss ways toward the future in an inspirational setting.
There is limited space available.