THIS EVENT IS FULLY BOOKED. If you have any questions please contact Maximilian Jäger.
Since the outbreak of COVID-19 but also in context of the climate crisis, concepts that focus on the hyperlocal level – promoting mixed-use, lively neighbourhoods with short distances to services and opportunities – gained more traction for cities globally. One of these concepts is the 15-minute city that has reached wide attention and has been taken up and interpreted in many different cities and contexts.
Working intensively with the 15-minute city in the Driving Urban Transitions Partnership, we want to invite you to a AGORA Dialogue – organised back to back with the Urban Futures Conference in Helsingborg/Sweden – to discuss, reflect and co-create with us:
- What are the greatest challenges and biggest levers for a more sustainable and inclusive mobility system in our cities?
- Which are the essential criteria to define and qualify impacts for 15-minute city approaches?
- Which indicators help us to describe qualities and quantify changes in the urban mobility system?
When? – Tuesday, 31st May 2022, 1 pm – 6:30 pm (+ optional get-together)
Who? – Representatives from city administrations as well as participants of the Urban Futures Conference (in their role as civil society stakeholder, researchers, small-medium sized businesses including consultancies and mobility service providers, public utilities)
How? – Face-to-face meeting in Helsingborg with approx. 40 people, on the day before the start of the Urban Futures Conference