Research on Transformative Mobility
Knowledge flows, transport flows – notes from an information science perspective on sustainable mobility developments.
Inter-modal Transport Data Sharing Programme
Cities of Tomorrow: Hamburg and Hong Kong: Trends and Ideas in Intelligent Mobility and Hydrogen
German Chamber of Commerce, 9 June 2021
Hong Kong and Hamburg have much in common. Both being port cities, they also share the transport infrastructure challenges typical to vibrant cities. Moving people and goods from A to B efficiently is not only a matter of convenience, but an integral part of responsible city planning and meeting the needs of the general public and climate objectives in the 21st century. With this session we would like to exchange experiences and key learnings from both places who share a long history of collaboration in shipping and investment.
In recent years, Hamburg has developed into a hub for intelligent, innovative mobility solutions. Modern transport concepts and solutions suitable for everyday use are being tested in a large number of sub-projects in the city. The northern German metropolis is on its way to become the international center for the mobility of the future as the host for the ITS World Congress 2021.
Knowledge Cafe on Walking Data, 29 April 2021
Non-mechanized mobility is often underrepresented in Smart City transport planning. How can data on walking be improved, made more accessible and usable?
Transit Jam Forum 17 September 2020, Hong Kong
Rethinking “Vehicles First”: a new discourse on Hong Kong’s sustainable mobility
Sustainable mobility is a globally trending issue in the post-pandemic world. What was considered niche knowledge pre-COVID-19 is now highly sought-after expertise, as cities seek to rewrite short-and long-term transportation policy in line with new paradigms of public health and public space.
With this in mind, Transit Jam, Hong Kong’s first and only registered newspaper dedicated to sustainable mobility, is launching its first annual conference, to shine a light on the sustainable mobility movement and address the challenges in Hong Kong transport.
On behalf of the organising committee, we would be honoured if you would consider presenting at this inaugural event, at which we expect around 150 transport professionals, NGOs, academics, media and government officials.
Programme and Registration https://transitjam.com/2020/09/13/transit-jam-conference-set-to-challenge-hong-kongs-car-culture/
Online Opening Conference on 18 August 2020
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