Tomorrow.Mobility will showcase the initiatives and projects shaping the future of mobility


The second edition of Tomorrow.Mobility World Congress (TMWC), the international event that promotes new models of sustainable mobility, will be held from November 15 to 17 on the Gran Via site at Barcelona under the theme ‘What Moves You?’. TMWC will bring together more than 80 national and international experts and a hundred companies to present their initiatives and projects to meet society’s mobility challenges. The event is held alongside the Smart City Expo World Congress.

Barcelona, ​​Spain, November 10, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Topics such as the commitment of public administrations to public transport and the creation of low emission zones in the context of the economic crisis and the climate emergency, mobility as a service (MaaS), micro-mobility and urban air mobility will be addressed in the conference program.

Among the more than 80 speakers are several ministers of transport and experts such as Kelly Larson, director of the traffic safety program at Bloomberg Philanthropies; Karen Vancluysen, Secretary General of POLIS; Marco te Brömmelstroet, Professor of Future of Urban Mobility at the University of amsterdam; Mikael Colville-Andersenexpert in urban design and Thomas GeierHead of Research and Policy at European Metropolitan Transport Authorities.

At this year’s event, two studies produced by EIT Urban Mobility will be unveiled. The first concerns the fifteen-minute city approach, an urban planning trend that aims to reorganize neighborhoods to provide all citizens with basic services within a 15-minute radius. The second study analyzes the development of urban air mobility (UAM), a disruptive air transport system for both passengers and last-mile logistics in urban environments.

One of the main challenges of the urban mobility sector is the sharing of data, in an environment of trust, security and data sovereignty. The European proposal to respond to this challenge are data spaces to empower both small and medium organizations and the public sector. EIT Urban Mobility will present a study on its potential in Spain and the main challenges of its deployment.

TMWC is also the largest commercial and information platform for companies in the mobility sector, which in 2027 will reach a global market volume of 60,000 million euros. In this sense, the event will host more than a hundred exhibitors including Deloitte, BSM, Moventia, Racc, Renfe, Keolis, Mercedes and Volvo, institutions such as AMB, FGC, TMB, CARNET and ETRA, and more than 60 startups who will present their latest products and services.

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