EVENT
4th CONFERENCE
ON URBAN MOBILITY
Preparing Cities for the Mobility of the Future:
From Soft Modes to Electric Mobility
September 17, 2013
MUDE, Lisbon
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PREPARING CITIES FOR THE MOBILITY
OF THE FUTURE:
FROM SOFT MODES TO ELECTRIC MOBILITY
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The path towards the mobility of the future will have to be
taken through sustainable means. This guideline, which
had already been outlined by the European Commission in
its White Paper on Transport, launched in 2011, has been
gaining strength on the ground and Portugal is a proof of
that. On the one hand, the country has been a pioneer in
electric mobility and today it is covered by the Mobi.E
loading platform, in a model which Europe has imported
and is now implementing, within the project Mobi.Europe.
In parallel, despite registering very different record levels
from those who are in countries like the Netherlands or
Denmark, the use of bicycles as urban transportation has
become increasingly a strong issue in public agenda, both
in terms of legislative measures and in projects developed
by local authorities directed at improving mobility in cities
and energizing their public space.
In a year in which the theme of the European Mobility
Week (“Clean air – it’s your move!) points precisely to this
mission for sustainability, Jornal Arquitecturas joins the
event and organizes the 4th Conference on Urban Mobility
in partnership with the Municipality of Lisbon, under the
motto “Preparing Cities for the Mobility of the Future – from
Soft Modes to Electric Mobility”.
As a space for reflecting on the sector’s innovation and on
the affirmation of electric mobility and bicycles in the
urban context, the conference will bring together experts,
professionals and entrepreneurs for a day of strategic
debates and presentation sessions of the latest innovations
in the industry of electric mobility, of the projects that are
emerging in the context of two-wheel mobility, and of the
new solutions for fleet management and urban logistics –
and such presentation sessions are taking place in a Pecha
Kucha format. The idea is also that these debates are open
to the general public, and thus the public will also be
invited to share its proposals for an urban mobility of the
future. There will also be room for a company and municipalities display, which will take place concurrently with the
conference.
Mark your calendar now: the 4th Conference on Urban
Mobility takes place on September 17, at MUDE – Design
and Fashion Museum, Lisbon.
Main Themes:
• Technological innovation and new planning solutions
• Assessment and perspectives on electric mobility in Portugal
• The role of industry as a promoter of the electric vehicle
• Promotion of the bicycle and other soft modes
• Fleet management and urban logistics
• The strategic vision of Lisbon
Who should attend:
• Officials, managers and decision-makers of mobility in cities, connected to:
· Local authorities
· Public organizations of the spatial planning and transportation areas
· Public and private transportation companies
• Administrators and technical staff of companies working in:
· Electric vehicles, bicycles, technology and new transportation solutions
· Mobility Consulting
· Architectural Project, Landscape Architecture, Urban Planning and Engineering
· Services in the area of urban mobility
• Everyone interested in the subject, including:
· Researchers, professors and students
· Representatives of associations connected to sustainable urban mobility,
namely in the promotion of electric vehicles and bicycles
· Public and private entities from adjacent sectors
PROGRAM
8:30 a.m.
Welcoming the Participants
9:00 a.m.
Opening Session
Fernando Nunes da Silva, Councillor for Mobility, Municipality of Lisbon
João Pedro Costa, Director, Jornal Arquitecturas
Margarida Cabral, Coordinator, Business of Cities Unit, About Media Group
9:30 a.m.
Inspirational Speech: Robert Stüssi, Mobility Consultant, Perform Energia
9:45 a.m.
Innovation, Energy and Mobility
Moderator: Tiago Farias, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Professor, IST
• The Mobility Potential in the Energy Revolution
Carlos Laia, Energy Expert, CEEETA - Centro de Estudos em Economia da Energia, dos Transportes e do Ambiente
• Research, Development and Internationalisation of Smart Transportation Solutions
Jorge Sales Gomes, President, Brisa Innovation *
• Innovative Projects in Sustainable Mobility: Promotion, Funding and EU Support
Rui Camolino, President, ITS Portugal *
• How Can Transportation Planning Contribute to Human Development, Ecosystems Preservation and Economic Sustainability?
Joseph Sussman, Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Engineering Systemas, MIT*
11:15 a.m.
Coffee break
11:30 a.m.
The Affirmation of Electric Mobility and of the Bicycle in the Urban Space
Moderator: Robert Stüssi, Mobility Consultant, Perform Energia
• Balance and Perspectives on Electric Mobility in Portugal
Pedro Sena da Silva, Vice-president, APVE- Associação Portuguesa do Veículo Eléctrico
• The Expansion of Electric Mobility in Europe
João Jesus Caetano, Coordinator, MOBI.Europe
• Changing Practices of Itineration: Bicycle Promotion Plan and other Soft Modes (2013-2020)
Isabel Seabra, Director, Office of Planning, Innovation and Evaluation, IMT – Instituto da Mobilidade e dos Transportes*
• Inclusive and Smart Mobility: the Lisbon Projects for 2020
Teresa Almeida, Coordinator, Team Mission Lisbon/Europe 2020, Municipality of Lisbon
1:00 p.m.
Lunch
2:30 p.m.
Keynote Speech: Eric Britton, Managing Director, EcoPlan International*
3:00 p.m.
Pecha Kucha – Parallel Sessions
A – The Driving Industry of Electric Mobility
Speaker to be appointed, Inteli
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Filipe Sousa Campos, Marketing and Sales Manager, Toyota Caetano Portugal
José Henriques, CEO, Magnum Cap
Speaker to be appointed, Nissan
João Araújo, Chairman of the Board of Directors, Thales Portugal *
Alain Descamps, Chairman of the Board of Directors , Transdev Mobilidade Sustentável
José Rui Felizardo, President of the Executive Comission, CEIIA – Centro para a Excelência e Inovação
na Indústria Automóvel*
B – New Mobility projects on Two Wheels
Moderator: Tiago Neves, Administrator, We Can 4 U Consulting
• Ana Pereira, Partner, Cenas a Pedal
• Martim de Lima Mayer, Partner, SlowFastCycles
• Luís Paulo, Head of Sustainability and Environment, CTT
• Oscar Rodrigues, Official, EMEL
• Paulo Rodrigues, Secretary-General, ABIMOTA
• Henrique Pinho, Owner, Dry Drill
C – Fleet Management and Urban Logistics
Moderator: André Alho, Ph.D., Transportation Systems, IST
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Pedro Saldanha, Director of Business Development, Prio E
Speaker to be appointed,Chronopost Portugal
Speaker to be appointed, CARRIS
Guillaume de Leobárdy, General Manager,ALD Automotive Portugal
Speaker to be appointed, SOMA
Rui Avelãs, Business Development Manager, Critical Software
4:30 p.m.
Coffee break
5:00 p.m.
Roundtable – Hearing the City: the Citizens’ Proposals
Moderator: Mário Alves, Transport and Mobility Consultant
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6:00 p.m.
Ricardo Ferreira, Association Mubi
Alexandre Páris, Project 0 Emissions
Ana Maria Alves de Sousa, SOS Bairro Azul
Miguel Atanázio Carvalho, Citizenship Lx
Speaker to be appointed ACA-M – associação de Cidadãos Auto-Mobilizados
Closing
Sérgio Silva Monteiro, Secretary of State for Public Works, Transportation and Communications *
* To be confirmed
Learn more at www.jornalarquitecturas.com
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(+351) 218 844 148
margaridacabral@about.pt
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(+351) 218 806 148
geralarquitecturas@about.pt
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