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The future of mobility post-Covid-19

1 Oct. 2020
Online, 14:00 CEST time (UTC+2)
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UITP Academy Covid-19 Webinar Series

“Turning the crisis into an opportunity to accelerate towards more sustainable, resilient and human-centric urban mobility systems”

In the context of the COVID-19 outbreak, the UITP Academy is organizing a series of webinars which aim to assist mobility stakeholders with tailoring their continuity plans and thinking about the future of mobility. On October 1st, 2020, we will host a special edition in our webinars series, as it will be the official release of Arthur D. Little’s and the UITP’s “Future of Mobility Post-COVID-19” study.

The Future of Mobility Study

Over the past few months, the global strategy consultancy and the UITP have engaged with over 70 executives from more than 30 organizations worldwide (transport authorities, public transport operators, “new mobility” solutions providers and professional bodies) to shed some light on the likely impact of COVID-19 on mobility patterns in the medium- to long term. We discovered appropriate strategic responses for mobility stakeholders to leverage the disruption caused by the crisis and make step changes in the post-COVID-19 world.

Objectives of the webinar

During this webinar, François-Joseph Van Audenhove, Partner at Arthur D. Little and global head of its Future of Mobility lab, will share some of the key insights gained from this study, addressing the following questions:

  • What new mobility patterns do we expect to see in the post-COVID-19 world?
  • What are the opportunities arising from the crisis to rethink mobility systems to become more sustainable, resilient and human centric?
  • How can public transport operators and mobility solutions providers adapt their offerings and operating models to meet post-COVID-19 needs and increase resilience?

The presentation will be followed up by a roundtable discussion and questions from the audience with selected representatives of organizations that participated in the study.

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