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.
In spring 2021, JPI Urban Europe organises a series of Urban Lunch Talks around the pillars (areas of priority) in the Driving Urban Transitions to a Sustainable Future (DUT) partnership.