The conference under the headline “Climate resilient cities – challenges for urban mobility and transport” took place on the 8th – 10th June 2022. In different formats like plenary sessions, panel discussions and site visits, we explored and discussed topics like climate action plans, climate resilient streets, digital tools. The General Assembly of the IMPACTS members took place on the last day of the conference.

Conference Agenda

Welcome

Opening Welcome Speech

Councillor Joe Costello

Deputy Mayor of Dublin

Climate resilient cities – challenges for urban mobility and transport

Michael Pidgeon

Councillor, Chair of the Climate Action, Environment and Energy Special Policy Committee, Dublin City Council

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Panel discussion - The “big picture” – sustainable strategies for mobility and climate resilience in the context of the national and European framework?

Chair: Burkhard Horn, IMPACTS Secretary, Michael Pidgeon, Councillor Dublin City Council, Meike Niedbal, Senate of Berlin, Permanent Secretary for Urban Mobility, Andrei Novikov, Tallinn City Government, Deputy Mayor for Transport, Tristan Guilloux, City of Paris, Head of Mobility Agency

Representatives from Dublin, Berlin, Tallinn and Paris

Insights from Ukraine - “Sustainable mobility for Lviv - challenges before, during and after the war”

Orest Oleskiv

Head of Transport Office, City of Lviv, Ukraine

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Session 1 - Climate change and urban mobility: new strategies on framework and regulation

Dublin’s Climate Action Plan 2019 - 2024

Dr. Sabrina Dekker

Dublin City Council

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Strategic framework for sustainable mobility in Madrid - , Madrid City Council, General Director of Planning and Mobility Infrastructures

Pedro Fernandez

Madrid City Council, Planning and Mobility Infrastructures

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Strategies for climate change mitigation in Gothenburg

Mikael Ivari

City of Gothenburg, Urban Transport Administration

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Session 2 - Climate resilient streets: New demands on street design and public space

Heat reduction in streets – design standards and first projects

Rupert Wimmer

City of Zurich, Department for Civil Engineering, Head of transport and urban space planning

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Climate resilient streets

Lucy Schoen

City of Amsterdam, Coordinator Climate Resilience

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The Superblock project in Barcelona

Adrià Gomila

City of Barcelona, Mobility Services Director

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Reclaiming public space – more space for cycling and walking

Tristan Guilloux

City of Paris, Head of mobility agency

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Session 3 Presentation of pilot projects for digital tools (outside venue)

A quick analysis and presentation on Google Air View project

TBC

Dublin Smart City

SENATOR: Last mile logistics and kerbside management

Payal Pandya

Dublin Smart City

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SMART DCU - A Smart Dublin District - Luna E-Scooter Technology

Andrew Fleury

Luna

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Smart Dublin Overview

Payal Pandya

Smart Dublin

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Session 4 Digital tools – a relevant contribution to climate friendly transport?

Amsterdam: Digital management of public space and mobility in Amsterdam

Willem van Heijningen

Municipality of Amsterdam, Department of Mobility and Public Space, Strategist

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Next Generation Public Transport Priority via Data Driven Technologies

Maggie O’Donnell

Senior Transportation Officer, Dublin City Council

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Solutions for smart cities – experiences from Hamburg

Raimund Brodehl

City of Hamburg, Ministry for Transport and Mobility Change, Deputy Head of Mobility Department

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