Micro-mobility: the next big thing?, Ljubljana - EU monitor

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Rotovž (Stadhuis) in Ljubljana, Slovenie
date October 13, 2019 - October 14, 2019
city Ljubljana, Slovenia
location Ljubljana, Slovenia Show location
attending V. (Violeta) Bulc i et al.
organisation European Commission (EC) i

Start date : 13/10/2019

End date : 14/10/2019

Where:

Ljubljana, Slovenia

European Commission,

Research and innovation, Transport and travel,

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European Commissioner for transport Violeta Bulc is inviting mobility stakeholders to this conference on micro-mobility.

The conference will focus on the new transport developments of micro-mobility, such as electric scooters, bikes, mopeds, and drones. Together with representatives of city authorities and micro-mobility companies the conference aims to be the first large-scale event to provide a platform to discuss the challenges and opportunities micro-mobility presents for people moving in urban areas and also for deliveries.

Dedicated workshops will offer the possibility for participants to discuss the current situation and how to plan for the future. The conference will conclude a summary and voting on findings from the workshops to serve as input to the new European Commission.

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