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COVID-19: a trigger for a mobility revolution?

Wednesday, July 15, 3:00 p.m. CEST


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About the webinar

The master plans of numerous cities were changing towards environmental targets and reduction of motorized individual traffic already before the COVID-19 pandemic.

After the lockdown due to COVID-19 we very likely have to expect a significant increase in individual traffic as we, inter alia, experience a massive decrease of passenger levels in public transport according to recent surveys and traffic data. Cities may face funding challenges due to reduced revenue from public transport and a general shift of investment budgets to cope with the economic impact of COVID-19. In this webinar we explain how instruments for mobility management can serve as an effective source of revenue collection and result in a win-win situation for cities, citizens and authorities.

Agenda

  • Keynote: How Covid impacts Urban Transportation Masterplans in cities? (Gerd Gröbminger)
  • COVID-19: Effects on Mobility Behavior – Trends and Developments (Susanna Hauptmann)
  • Overcoming the roadblocks of true and sustainable congestion cuttings (Michael Ganser)
  • Q&As

 

Speakers
 

Gerd Gröbminger


Gerd Gröbminger
VP Sales Central Eastern Northern Europe and Central Asia, Kapsch TrafficCom

Susanna Hauptmann


Susanna Hauptmann
Specialist on Mobility Behaviour, Kapsch TrafficCom

Michael Ganser


Michael Ganser
VP Solution Consulting Europe, Middle East & North Africa, Kapsch TrafficCom