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On-demand buses and shared services

19 Jan. > 3 Feb. 2021
Online, 10.00 CET time
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Practical information

How does it work?
  • 8  interactive online sessionswith presentations by trainers, discussions with the audience and break-out sessions for the workshop
  • Each session lasts 60 to 90 minutes max
  • Group size: up to 35 participants 
  • Online training tool used: GoToMeeting
  • Accessible from any location and devices worldwide

What material do I receive?

  • Material (presentation & workshop documents) is made available to participants
  • No recording is provided
  • Attendance certificate


All sessions will start at 10.00 CET time (UTC+1)

Week 1

  • Tuesday 19 January – Welcome & Introduction to the course
  • Tuesday 19 January – Recent Updates from Combined Mobility Committee, UITP
  • Tuesday 19 January – Session 1A: The rise of shared on-demand services
  • Tuesday 19 January – Session 1B: Urban form and suitability of demand responsive transport
  • Wednesday 20 January – Session 2A: Design of a demand responsive system
  • Wednesday 20 January – Session 2B: Case Study
  • Thursday 21 January – Session 3A: Analytics and predictive planning
  • Thursday 21 January – Session 3B: Case Study – Industry Experience

Week 2

  • Monday 25 January – Session 4: Pricing and ticketing
  • Wednesday 27 January – Session 5A: Regulatory perspective towards on-demand transport & Case Study
  • Wedneday 27 January – Session 5B: Case Study –  Setting up on-demand services the right way
  • Thursday 28 January – Session 6A: Panel Discussion
  • Thursday 28 January – Session 6B: Industry Case Study – Demand-Responsive Public Transport – Stuttgart’s innovative On-Demand service

Week 3

  • Monday 1st February – Group Workshop
  • Wednesday 3 Feburary – Session 7A: Case Study – Improve service of suburban areas
  • Wednesday 3 February – Session 7B: Case Study – Lessons learned from operating the world’s largest fully electric On-Demand Ridepooling service

UITP reserves the right to make amendments to the programme or any related activity at its discretion.

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