As a content partner of the Gdansk Urban Mobility Flow Summit, on November 22, we led a thematic block of the event in the area of shared mobility.

Gdansk Urban Mobility Flow Summit 2023 (UMF) was organized by the Polish Union of Active Mobility in cooperation with Gdansk as the host city. As the organizers write, UMF was an event that brought together experts, policymakers, industry leaders and other stakeholders to discuss and explore solutions to the challenges facing urban mobility. It served as a unique, mission-driven platform bridging the gap between the private and public sectors in the realm of urban mobility.

During this year’s first edition of UMF, we led a thematic block in the area of shared mobility. Its program was as follows:

  • Shared micromobility in Warsaw – main conclusions from data analysis (opening speech by Warsaw City Hall);
  • Combining cities and real estate with the transport of the future (by Huby Mobilności);
  • Bike sharing and Mevo 2.0 (by Inurba Mobility);
  • Make cities for people (by Bolt);
  • A panel discussion with the participation of representatives of the Gdansk Municipality (Deputy Mayor Piotr Kryszewski) and the Gdansk-Gdynia-Sopot Metropolis as the public stakeholders, and Inurba Mobility and Bolt as the private stakeholders.

More information about the event is available on the following website: Gdansk Urban Mobility Flow Summit 2023.

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