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Moscow Transport Department

Leaders in Urban Transport Council: Urban Mobility Policy

Online 13.00 CET/14.00 Moscow time
27 May. 2021
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Совет Лидеров Городского Транспорта

A free webinar series: The final session
Серия из 5 бесплатных вебинаров

Final meeting coming... Итоговая встреча

Since the beginning of 2021, we have come together to discuss innovative urban mobility strategies in leading cities around the world. On 27 of May the final session of the Urban Transport Leader’s Council will take place.

Planned last year as a real meeting as a joint event between Moscow Transport Department and UITP, to bring together experts and professions from all over the world, The Council  adapted from the pandemic and launched a series of webinars. So far we have observed developments in various cities and seen how public transport is coming out stronger globally from the current crisis.

С начала 2021 года мы собрались вместе, чтобы обсуждать инновационные стратегии городской мобильности в ведущих городах мира. И 27 мая состоится заключительное заседание Совета Лидеров Городского Транспорта.

Совет, запланированный в прошлом году как реальная встреча и совместное мероприятие  Департамента транспорта Москвы и МСОТ,  несмотря на пандемию собрал вместе экспертов и специалистов со всего мира. Совет адаптировался к пандемии и запустил серию вебинаров. В течение 5 месяцев мы наблюдали за развитием событий в различных городах и видели, как общественный транспорт в мире выходит более сильным из нынешнего кризиса.

Session 5 - Сессия 5

Urban Mobility Policy
Политика Городской Мобильности.

May 27, 2021 - Май 27, 2021

COVID-19 and the related restrictions have had a major impact on urban mobility with many aspects of city life grinding to a halt. But people also discovered and enjoyed a city life with less traffic and more room to walk and cycle. Road surface was converted into bike and bus lanes, remote working triggered new routines, people re-discovered their immediate neighbourhood.

The pandemic and the immediate concern for health and safety of the entire population has made changes possible that were almost unfathomable until recently. Did the pandemic also bring a fresh approach and new awareness of the value of urban room, open space and air quality?

The webinar will bring together high level executives from major cities to discuss:

  • How the disruption of city life brought about by COVID-19 could be used to redistribute urban space in favour of people
  • How working, business and schooling schedules could be adapted to avoid traffic peaks hours choking cities
  • How cities take the lessons learned during the pandemic into account when developing their urban planning strategies

COVID-19 и связанные с ним ограничения оказали серьезное влияние на мобильность в городах, и многое в городской жизни изменилось. Но люди также открыли для себя радость городской жизни с меньшим трафиком и большим пространством для прогулок и езды на велосипеде. Дороги были преобразовано в велосипедные и автобусные полосы, удаленная работа привела к новому распорядку дня, люди заново открыли для себя окрестности.

Пандемия и непосредственная забота о здоровье и безопасности всего населения сделали возможными изменения, которые до недавнего времени были даже непостижимыми. Принесла ли пандемия новый подход и новое понимание ценности городского пространства, открытого пространства и качества воздуха?

Вебинар соберет вместе руководителей высокого уровня из крупных городов, чтобы обсудить:

  • Как нарушение городской жизни, вызванное COVID-19, можно использовать для перераспределения городского пространства в пользу людей;
  • Каким образом можно адаптировать графики работы, бизнеса и учебы, чтобы избежать пробок в городах в часы пиковых нагрузок;
  • Как города учитывают уроки, извлеченные во время пандемии, при разработке своих стратегий городского планирования.

Follow previous sessions
Вспомните предыдущие встречи

UITP members can listen to all the previous sessions’ recordings. Visit the MyLibrary Eurasia Division page to hear more about:

  • Session one: The bigger picture
  • Session two: Changing customer expectations
  • Session three: The potential of innovation
  • Session four: Resilient urban mobility systems

Вы можете послушать записи, чтобы вспомнить развитие событий – посетите на сайте МСОТ раздел  MyLibrary, где записи находятся на странице Евразийской секции (Eurasia Division):

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    David Belliard
    Deputy Major in charge of the transformation of public space, of transport, of mobilities, and street regulation Paris
    Paris, France
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    General Director of Planning and Mobility Infrastructure Madrid City Council
    Madrid, Spain
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    Laura SHOAF
    Managing Director Transport West Midlands (PTA Birmingham, UK)
    Birmingham, United Kingdom
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    Sergey ANDREIKIN
    First Deputy Head Department of Transport and Road Infrastructure Development of Moscow
    Moscow, Russian Federation
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    Mohamed MEZGHANI*
    Secretary General - * acting on behalf of Mohamed Mezghani SARL Secretary General's Office
    +32-2 788 01 16
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The event is free and goes in English and in Russian. You just have to register
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