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Interested in new mobility solutions? Wondering how to turn disruptive technology into an opportunity for your city and region?
The GECKO final conference will discuss a wide range of topics, looking at first-hand lessons learnt and recommendations for transport authorities, policy makers, operators and new mobility providers.
If you’re want to hear more about technological, operational and social trends and innovations, want to learn about regulatory and governance frameworks, or are keen to take a closer look at the GECKO regulatory compliance map, make sure join the event!
GECKO (Governance principles and methods enabling decision makers to manage and regulate the changing mobility systems) is an EU-funded research project coordinated by UITP. Launched back in 2018, the project has supported authorities in transitioning to the new mobility paradigm by means of recommendations and other tools regarding regulation and governance.
GECKO has engaged widely with a range of stakeholders, including city and regional transport authorities, passenger transport authorities, new mobility providers among others, to gather input on the experiences, lessons and practices on technological, social, economic, political drivers and barriers affecting the deployment of innovative business models, technologies and services.
The project explored three thematic areas with regard to mobility:
Key outputs of GECKO include:
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 824273.
The event is free to attend but registration is compulsory.
To welcome our international audiences, each day will kick off at 10.00 CET with repeat sessions at 15.00 CET.
We will be using Microsoft Teams. If you are unsure how to use this programme please reach out to Arthur Cormier (firstname.lastname@example.org)
For further questions, you can contact the Project Coordinator, Yannick Bousse (email@example.com)
Further information on the project is available on the GECKO website