6/5/2021 - Early registration ending soon: Walk Bike Places

6/5/2021 - Call for papers closing: ISOCAP World Planning Congress

 

5/5/2021 - AET Covid-19 Webinar: Diversity, Inclusion & Mobility -before, during and after COVID19

5/5/2021 - Speakers at Autonomy Digital 2.0!

 

4/5/2021 - Webinar: Life is a Highway: Roadways as Platforms for Innovation

4/5/2021 - Mapping a green future webinar: registration open

 

3/5/2021 - EPA Congress rescheduled to 2022

3/5/2021 - 2021 Global Public Transport Summit cancelled

 

29/4/2021 - Shared Mobility 2nd World Conference postponed

29/4/2021 - Key takeaways from the ICLEI World Congress

 

28/4/2021 - 2021 URBACT City Festival

28/4/2021 - Budapest Smart Ticketing and Digital Services Forum

 

27/4/2021 - Building Healthier Communities webinar

27/4/2021 - How to register for EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK

 

26/4/2021 - Urbanism Next Europe - early registration closing

26/4/2021 - Urban Greenup Webinar: Green Parklets

 

22/4/2021 - ECTP-CEU Young Planners Workshop 2021

22/4/2021 - Urban Logistics Summer School

 

21/4/2021 - Making the Change: SUNRISE Final Event

21/4/2021 - What is app’ning in your city webinar

20/4/2021 - Virtual Transport Transition Summit

20/4/2021 - Place Matters: How Cities Can Compete in the Next Future of Work Paradigm

 

19/4/2021 - Free Smart Growth Online Webinar on Wednesday, April 21

19/4/2021 - Data-Driven Policy Making for Urban Resilience webinar

 

15/4/2021 - The CIVITAS Forum 2021 is coming - save the date!

15/4/2021 - Stepping up action for a fair and climate-neutral Europe

 

14/4/2021 - European Semester: How can local and regional governments have a say?

14/4/2021 - Fleet Europe Smart Mobility Conference

 

13/4/2021 - Designing Post Covid Cities Highlights

13/4/2021 - Call for Contributions! 57th ISOCARP Virtual World Planning Congress

 

12/4/2021 - Register Now for Autonomy Digital 2.0 & Get the Program!

12/4/2021 - Webinar: CitiesAreListening - Towards a Future Tourism Strategy

 

8/4/2021 - Urban Lunch Talk #18: 15-minute cities – Do’s, don’ts and dilemmas

8/4/2021 - 2021 Innovation Conference: Speakers and Winners Announced

 

7/4/2021 - Webinar EV Infrastructure Build-Out: Utility and Regulatory Coordination

7/4/2021 - POLIS Conference 2021: Call for speakers

 

6/4/2021 - October 2021 - 13th Metropolis World Congress

6/4/2021 - Velo-city earlybird tickets closing soon

 

1/4/2021 - Webinar: The Future of Mobility: What’s Next for American Cities?

1/4/2021 - Zero Emission Bus Conference

 

 

Early registration ending soon: Walk Bike Places

 

Since the event was founded in 1980, Walk/Bike/Places has focused on addressing the most important and challenging issues of the moment, and making the conference a place where diverse voices are heard, and leaving a positive legacy in our host city.

While the event will be offered both in person and online this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, this year will continue that tradition. This year’s theme is “The Route to Recovery,” and the program will give us an opportunity to explore how our streets and public spaces can act as agents of healing from the pandemic, as well as the many challenges and injustices that it magnified, like systemic inequities and our often deadly auto-oriented transportation systems.

Early registration closes 17th May

https://www.walkbikeplaces.org/

 

Call for papers closing: ISOCAP World Planning Congress

 

The call for papers closes on May 16.

The main idea associated with the 57th ISOCARP World Planning Congress theme is to unlock our minds and provide planning advocates and practitioners a fresh, new start. The same relates to the congress format - we have to go out of the "beaten track" of the in-person, members-of-the-profession-only event and explore new conferencing and knowledge-sharing opportunities, go out with our message outside the walled congress rooms as well as partner with other disciples and address the governments, the civic society, and the general public.

https://doha2021.isocarp.org/

 

AET Covid-19 Webinar: Diversity, Inclusion & Mobility -before, during and after COVID19

 

The tenth webinar in the AET COVID-19 Conversations Series will be held on Thursday 6th May between 11.00 – 12.00 CEST (10.00 – 11.00 BST/WEST). This webinar will be hosted with the support of the ETC Programme Committee for Young Researchers and Practitioners Forum.

This webinar discusses the impacts before, during and after COVID19 on Diversity, Inclusion and Mobility.

https://aetransport.org/covid

 

Speakers at Autonomy Digital 2.0!

 

With less than a month to go until Autonomy Digital 2.0 on May 19th & 20th, we are pleased to present some top highlights of our conference program.

https://www.autonomy.paris/en/

 

Webinar: Life is a Highway: Roadways as Platforms for Innovation

 

Featuring Steve Hamilton, a Senior Manager in Deloitte’s Infrastructure & Capital Projects Practice and Steve Truebner, Sales Director, Connected Communities for Black & Veatch. May 20.

The arteries of America, urban highways and rural backroads have become platforms for innovation to address overlapping challenges for cities and regions. Fiber and communications infrastructure, in and along these roadways, can advance genuine quality of life improvements such as human safety, digital healthcare, education and job opportunities, economic development, intelligent transportation data, and even precision agriculture.

https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/5583173125769422351?mc_cid=96e03de906&mc_eid=db7e808c01

 

Mapping a green future webinar: registration open

 

Registration is now open for this webinar taking place on May 20

Metropolis and Chengdu invite you to participate in this two-session webinar with a focus on planning for sustainable development and the vision of future cities.

In this first edition of webinars organized by Metropolis Learning Hub Chengdu with the support of Chengdu Institute of Planning and Design, you will learn how implementing nature based solutions can improve quality of life and health of people and how is a park city creating green jobs and directing citizens to an eco-friendly lifestyle.

https://www.metropolis.org/sessions/mapping-green-future-urban-planning-under-park-city-initiative

 

EPA Congress rescheduled to 2022

 

The 2022 Congress theme is “The EU Green Deal and the Future of Parking – Integrated solutions for Dynamic Urban Management” and will be the most complete and multidisciplinary event involving operators in the parking industry, national and local public administrations, representatives of European Commissions and Projects, experts in the field of mobility, urban logistics, electrical mobility, the data world, ITS, Apps and much more.

https://epacongress.eu/

 

2021 Global Public Transport Summit cancelled

 

Last year, with the comfort and safety of all involved as our number one priority, UITP and the Victorian Department of Transport (DoT) made the joint decision to move the date of the next UITP Global Public Transport Summit in Melbourne to December of this year.

Now, with the coronavirus pandemic ongoing and restrictions in place on international travel into Australia for 2021, we have decided to cancel the Summit in Melbourne.

https://uitpsummit.org/

 

Shared Mobility 2nd World Conference postponed

 

This event has been postponed to 8-9 December 2021 in response to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Following the success of the first Shared Mobility World Conference, the event is returning for a second time to bring together shared mobility providers, city authorities, investors, urban mobility experts public transport operators and vehicle manufacturers to discuss the emerging trends, challenges and solutions surrounding shared mobility.

https://www.eltis.org/participate/events/shared-mobility-2nd-world-conference

 

Key takeaways from the ICLEI World Congress

 

If you missed the ICLEI World Congress virtual launch this past week (and fear you missed out – you did!), never fear, we’ve collected some of our favorite quotes, takeaways, and ideas from all of the sessions.

The ICLEI World Congress virtual launch provided a unique opportunity for local and regional governments to come together to celebrate and recognize the critical contributions of cities, towns, and regions toward a sustainable future.

You can watch all of the session replays here.

https://worldcongress.iclei.org/program/virtual-launch/

 

2021 URBACT City Festival

 

It’s time for URBACT to share its recipe for urban transformation

Join us in the 4th edition of the URBACT City Festival - the first online version!

After two years of experimenting, exchanging and learning, over 150 URBACT cities are ready to share how they made a difference. Delving into 23 urban good practices proven to have made an impact, cities from 25 countries joined forces to understand, adapt and re-use the initiatives in their local contexts.

https://hopin.com/events/2021-urbact-city-festival

 

 

Budapest Smart Ticketing and Digital Services Forum

 

- SAVE THE DATE - Special Online Edition 2021

On the 20th of May 2021 (10h00-13h00) Calypso Networks Association invites you to a special edition of the Budapest Smart Ticketing and Digital Services Forum! This year, exceptionally, you can attend it not from its traditional location – Budapest – but from anywhere around the globe, as it will take place online.

https://www.calypso-budapest-event.org/

 

Building Healthier Communities webinar

 

Register now for this online seminar with Dr. Karen Lee, through the University of Alberta's Faculty of Extension.

This seminar will take place online, with a Zoom link sent to participants closer to the event date.

Healthy community initiatives have been multiplying in forward-thinking communities all over the world. An international expert in the field, Dr. Karen Lee will guide learners on an exploration of how multi-sector partners and professionals working in health, planning, transportation, housing, economic development, and recreation, among others, are instrumental in creating health and wellbeing. Other co-beneficial outcomes for the environment, accessibility and local economy for our communities through such initiatives will also be discussed.

https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/building-healthier-communities-tickets-149192798677

 

How to register for EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK

 

Towns and cities worldwide are warmly invited to participate in EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK, which takes place 16-22 September each year.

This year, in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, towns and cities have maximum flexibility when participating. Local authorities can register their events and permanent infrastructure initiatives as usual  - organising activities during the week of 16-22 September, implementing or promoting new transport infrastructure, and holding a Car-Free Day - but also their online alternatives and their short-term measures to help people move around safely during the pandemic. Measures may include the temporary reallocation of road space to create pop-up bike lanes, or the introduction of speed restrictions.

Only the official local authority of the participating town or city may register for EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK.

https://mobilityweek.eu/registration/

 

Urbanism Next Europe - early registration closing

 

The first Urbanism Next Europe Conference will be held online on June 9-10-11, 2021, in collaboration with the city of Rotterdam, Netherlands, and it will gather decision-makers and urban professionals from Europe and beyond.

Early registrations close April 30.

https://europe.urbanismnext.org/

 

Urban Greenup Webinar: Green Parklets

 

URBAN GreenUP is back with the 3rd edition of its External Webinar Series, taking place this April 29 at 15.00 (CEST). With a focus on Green Parklets, this event will showcase projects from Valladolid to San Francisco and discuss the implementation of nature based solutions in urban planning.

The URBAN GreenUP project, funded by H2020 EU presents the third edition of its External Webinar Series, focused on sharing impact stories regarding the implementation of Nature Based Solutions. Different sets of green parklets typologies, from Valladolid (Spain), Liverpool (UK), Izmir (Turkey) and San Francisco (US), will show us various ways to mitigate the effects of climate change, improve air quality and water management, as well as to increase the sustainability of our cities through innovative nature-based solutions.

https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/851969093429825036

 

ECTP-CEU Young Planners Workshop 2021

 

CITY REBOOT: Post-Pandemic Planning and the New European Bauhaus

This year's topic builds on the initiative launched by Ursula von der Leyen (President of the European Commission) called New European BAUHAUS (NEB) which aims at a holistic approach to our built environment, seeking to combine design, sustainability, accessibility, affordability and investment to contribute to the implementation of the European Green Deal and, at the same time, to reinforce economic, social, environmental and cultural values.

The selected "Young Planners" 2021 projects will be presented at the ECTP-CEU General Assembly in October 2021 in Athens (health conditions permitting) and will be published in an e-book.

http://ectp-ceu.eu/images/YP-2021/ECTP_Young_Planners_2021-_Presentation_032021.pdf

 

Urban Logistics Summer School

 

Pick up all the basics as well as special topics in urban logistics

The Antwerp Summer School on Urban Logistics offers an intensive immersion into the world of urban logistics.

Join the fourth TransportNET Urban Logistics Summer School, from 16-27 August, in hybrid form from Antwerp, so with possibility to join online. Registration is due before 1 July 2021.

https://www.uantwerpen.be/en/summer-schools/urban-logistics/

 

Making the Change: SUNRISE Final Event

 

The SUNRISE project is sharing its results, findings and actions of its six neighbourhoods with a wider audience through a two-hour webinar, which will take place on 17 June from 2-4PM CEST. The event will be streamed on Youtube, the SUNRISE homepage and other social media channels. Register now to receive updates

https://civitas-sunrise.eu/events/sunrise-final-conference

 

What is app’ning in your city webinar

 

During a webinar on 17 May (16h00-17h30 CET (10 am EST) you will learn about Canoo, a mobile app developed and delivered by the Institute for Canadian Citizenship that offers new citizens and families one year of free entry to Arts, Culture and Recreation institutions across the country. Canoo increases a sense of belonging among newcomers and the intercultural character of the cultural offer, while building new and diverse audiences and encouraging travel, discovery and exploration.

https://www.coe.int/en/web/interculturalcities/-/what-is-app-ning-in-your-city-discover-a-truly-innovative-and-effective-way-of-encouraging-new-citizens-to-engage-in-the-cultural-life-of-the-communit

 

Virtual Transport Transition Summit

 

The Transport Transition Summit will be held virtually from the 11th to 12th May, bringing together key stakeholders committed to transforming the transport sector.

Transportation underpins our society, connecting people, cities, economies fostering growth and employment. Yet as millions of us move within and between cities and countries every single day, transport accounts for 25% of global emissions. 

With global trade and travel swelling to meet the demands of a growing consumer population, a business-as-usual trajectory in the transport sector would see emissions rocket further.

Action is needed now across all asset classes, full value chains and lifecycles. Register today to connect with a growing network of over 1,500 transport, energy and policy professionals mapping the next phase of the transport transition.

https://events.climateaction.org/transition-summits/transport/registration/partner/?transition_month_partners=POLIS

 

Place Matters: How Cities Can Compete in the Next Future of Work Paradigm

 

Featuring the City of Wellington, New Zealand, and the Cognizant Center for the Future of Work.

As we move through 2021 and emerge from the pandemic, one question continues to pop up: “Where is the next future of work?” The Fourth Industrial Revolution was already reshaping global economics and requiring new talents, skills and attitudes when the pandemic hit. As the world takes stock of the ripple effects of everything from social distancing, remote work, layoffs, and the future of business, cities that are hotbeds of innovation and new ideas as well as affordable and livable, will be places that people gravitate to. Over time, we will see that the jobs of the future will happen in places of the future.

https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/6997870756144305422?mc_cid=10c6d0df82&mc_eid=db7e808c01

 

Free Smart Growth Online Webinar on Wednesday, April 21

 

Looking Back and Looking Ahead:

Four Decades of Lessons Learned from Main Street and Beyond

Wednesday, April 21 at 1:00 p.m. EDT

Participants of this live webinar are eligible for 1.5 AICP CM credits.

Join the Maryland Department of Planning as Mary Means, one of the pioneers of the national Main Street movement, chronicles the rise of the Main Street Revitalization movement and looks ahead to its recovery.

Find out more and register for this free webinar via the link below.

http://smartgrowth.org/main-streets-comeback-and-how-it-can-come-back-again/

 

Data-Driven Policy Making for Urban Resilience webinar

 

The Data-Driven Policy Making for Urban Resilience webinar is part of the joint UNDP–Metropolis series ‘Learning from cities’, which highlights city and metropolitan insights on pressing urban and territorial issues.

The webinar will explore how cities are using data to improve decision-making and increase urban resilience. It will bring together the experiences of Rawalpindi (Pakistan) and Guangzhou (China), along with a spotlight on data-driven policy for urban resilience by Petr Suska, Head of Urban Economy Innovation, at the Fraunhofer Institute.

https://www.metropolis.org/agenda/learning-cities-data-driven-policy-making-urban-resilience

 

The CIVITAS Forum 2021 is coming - save the date!

 

The CIVITAS Forum Conference 2021 will take place on 20-21 October 2021 in Aachen (Germany). The 18th edition of the CIVITAS Initiative's flagship event will gather the keenest mobility experts from across Europe and beyond to discuss the most pressing topics in the field.

This year's two-day event will utilise a hybrid format, combining online and onsite activities. It will continue the tradition of offering interactive workshops, intriguing sessions, and interesting side visits, whilst introducing exciting new programme elements.

https://www.eltis.org/in-brief/news/civitas-forum-2021-coming-save-date

 

Stepping up action for a fair and climate-neutral Europe

 

The Covenant of Mayors is stepping up action for a fair and climate-neutral Europe!

Building on a survey among local authorities and on the climate-neutrality target of the European Union, the Covenant of Mayors movement in Europe has strengthened its ambitions: signatories are invited to step up their actions and accelerate the climate transition.

Local leaders from our Political Board will show the way and be the first to endorse this new vision! Join us for the official launch of the renewed ambitions of the European Covenant of Mayors to make this vision a reality.

REGISTER for this high-level online event to be held on Wednesday 21 April, 14:30-16:00 CEST.

https://www.eumayors.eu/news-and-events/news/1851-the-covenant-of-mayors-is-stepping-up-action-for-a-fair-and-climate-neutral-europe.html

 

European Semester: How can local and regional governments have a say?

 

How can the EU fiscal rules and recommendations on investment defined in the Semester impact the competences of municipalities? How can the local and regional level be more involved in the Semester?

During the last years, some progress has been made in several Member States in the involvement of local and regional governments in the European Semester process, but there is still a lot to do. We will address all these questions and many more during our webinar "The European Semester at the crossroads: rebuilding our territories", on Monday 19 April.

https://www.ccre.org/en/actualites/view/4167

 

Fleet Europe Smart Mobility Conference

 

As the willingness from multinational companies has grown and public opinion and legislation continues to increase pressure to build a sustainable future in which intelligent transportation plays a key role, Corporate Mobility has gathered momentum by accelerating innovation and bringing together supply and demand.

The Smart Mobility Conference 2021 is the first and only international event addressing the entire scope of the corporate mobility ecosystem, both in terms of topics and stakeholder engagement. Find out more today!

https://www.conference-fleeteurope.com/smart-mobility-conference-june-2021

 

Designing Post Covid Cities Highlights

 

On March 26, 2021, INTA hosted an online discussion with Joao Teixeira, former president of the European Council of City and Regional Planners, addressing the questions: how pandemic transform cities? What are the possible approaches to address the many challenges that lie ahead in the coming decades?

If you were unable to attend the Masterclass, you can find the recording of this session on the INTA website.

https://inta-aivn.org/en/activities/exchange/conferences-a-seminars/2999-postcovid19-cities

 

Call for Contributions! 57th ISOCARP Virtual World Planning Congress

 

The International Society of City and Regional Planners (ISOCARP) is delighted to announce the 57th edition of its annual congress and is now accepting abstract submissions for its five tracks, special sessions and forums!

PLANNING UNLOCKED: NEW TIMES, BETTER PLACES, STRONGER COMMUNITIES

How to unlock and build back better our cities and communities? Urban and territorial planning is the vaccine. It can only be effective when applied worldwide and accessible to all people. The new planning vaccine needs to enable innovative ideas and strategies to achieve more sustainable territories and implement urban green deals.  

https://isocarp.org/activities/2021congress-2/

 

Register Now for Autonomy Digital 2.0 & Get the Program!

 

Autonomy Digital 2.0 is just over a month away!

Join the world's leading international B2B exhibition for sustainable mobility:

Hear from world leading city officials (Moscow, Paris, Helsinki, Boston....)

Participate in numerous industry talks and panels with world leading mobility players.

Interact with the communities and learn from top leaders in mobility & Infrastructure.

Register for free now and receive a program!

https://www.autonomy.paris/en/

 

Webinar: CitiesAreListening - Towards a Future Tourism Strategy

 

13 April 2021. Virtual

This session on the Future Tourism Strategy: economic recovery tool for a sustainable world  beyond pandemic is framed within the #CitiesAreListening experiences.

The dialogue will seek to  address what tourism in the post-pandemic world means for cities, how to ensure that tourism in  the world to come is both a tool for economic recovery, and how to make tourism an instrument of  social cohesion and reinforcement of cultural rights to meet the needs of citizens. A sustainable  instrument to ensure that recovery is done with the good of the planet in mind.

https://www.uclg.org/en/media/events/citiesarelistening-towards-future-tourism-strategy-economic-recovery-tool-sustainable

 

Urban Lunch Talk #18: 15-minute cities – Do’s, don’ts and dilemmas

 

28 May - 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Welcome to an #UrbanLunchTalk about the 15-minute cities pillar in Driving Urban Transitions to a Sustainable Future (DUT). Program and announcement of guests will follow, but you can register already now!

15-minute cities – Rethinking the Urban Mobility System and Space

The 15-minute city is characterised by compact, integrated city or neighbourhood structures with a high degree of self-sufficiency and local sustainability, though tightly interlinked with adjacent neighbourhoods and integrated in an effective interregional transportation network and sustainable supply chains. A fair distribution of public spaces is required, supporting active mobility modes connected with the availability and easy accessibility of longer-distance modes. There is also the need for bundling resources by cooperation and coordination among shippers, carriers as well as users and integrating environmentally friendly transport modes, alternative vehicles and active mobility for delivering goods and services.

https://jpi-urbaneurope.eu/event-calendar/urban-lunch-talk-18-the-15-minutes-city-dos-donts-and-dilemmas/

 

2021 Innovation Conference: Speakers and Winners Announced

 

Get a glimpse of this year’s exciting speaker line-up featuring thought leaders from the global tall building industry presenting on their groundbreaking projects. Don’t forget to register for the event taking place 18–20 May 2021!

https://tallinnovation.com/program/speakers/

 

Webinar EV Infrastructure Build-Out: Utility and Regulatory Coordination

 

Attend this timely webinar to hear how regulators and utilities can coordinate efforts to facilitate the deployment of EV charging infrastructure

https://infocastinc.com/webinar/ev-infrastructure-build-utility-regulatory-coordination/

 

POLIS Conference 2021: Call for speakers

 

The call for speakers for this year's POLIS Annual Conference is now open! We are encouraging applications from across the urban mobility sector by 17 May 2021.

The parallel sessions of the POLIS Conference 2021 will feature a mix of current practice, cutting-edge innovation and ambitious plans from cities and regions, urban transport researchers, and the industry.

We will prioritise contributions that are high on the mobility agenda of cities and regions, and feature in today’s international, European and local debates around urban transport innovation. Priorities include bouncing back from COVID-19, unlocking the value of mobility data, reallocating and dynamically managing urban space and many more.

https://www.polisnetwork.eu/document/polis-conference-2021-call-for-speakers/

 

October 2021 - 13th Metropolis World Congress

 

Under the tagline ‘Metropolises and cities in transformation: building vibrant communities’, the 13th Metropolis World Congress will go virtual. Hosted by Guangzhou, China, it is jointly organised by Metropolis and the People's Government of Guangzhou Municipality during October 2021.

Date to be confirmed

https://www.metropolis.org/agenda/13th-metropolis-world-congress-1

 

Velo-city earlybird tickets closing soon

 

Are you ready? Join us for the largest cycling conference in the world. The clock is ticking!

Velo-city is widely considered as the premier worldwide annual cycling summit, serving as a global knowledge exchange platform.

Earlybird tickets sales, up to 40% off close on 19 April

https://www.velo-city2021.com/en/tickets/individual/

 

Webinar: The Future of Mobility: What’s Next for American Cities?

 

Friday, April 9 at 1:00 p.m. EDT

Participants of this live webinar are eligible for 1.5 AICP CM credits.

Officials from the city of Buffalo, New York, and their planning team share the outcomes of their recent efforts to address the fundamental challenge posed by the next generation of mobility innovations reshaping the future of cities.

Find out more and register for this free webinar via the link below.

http://smartgrowth.org/the-future-of-mobility-whats-next-for-american-cities/

 

Zero Emission Bus Conference

 

The Paris Zero Emission Bus Conference follows the successful 2nd edition held in Cologne, Germany, in November 2018. Over 360 global stakeholders representing 220 organisations attended the event.

Expert speakers debated routes to commercialisation and discussed technological readiness of the two zero-emission options: battery and fuel cell buses.

ZEB 2021 will call on European manufacturers, policymakers and operators to scale up their zero-emission ambitions to become global leaders in the transition to a zero-emission society.

The event will take place on 17-18 November 2021

https://zeroemissionbusconference.eu/

 

 

 

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