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Shared Mobility Rocks – Rock around the clock

LOCATION

Global

DATE / TIME

Mar 03, 2021 - Mar 04, 2021

DESCRIPTION

24 hours, 360°, 6 continents & 10 local studios. That is what the third edition of Shared Mobility Rocks, the unconventional symposium about shared mobility by Taxistop and Autodelen.net, is going to look like. This year, it will be an online event, but without losing our rocking vibes. From our studio in Ghent we travel around the globe and visit Brussels, Leeds, Lima, Chicago, Melbourne, Phnom Penh, Tokyo, Kampala and Lviv. In other words: we're gonna 'rock around the clock'!

Programme We start this 24h marathon edition on March 3 in Ghent, at 12h CET. Each local studio organises one or two sessions of two hours each (1,5h of content, followed by 30 minutes of intermezzo). These studios are set up by, among others, SUMC, CoMoUK, TUMI, BusUp, GFA-Group and the RMIT University of Melbourne. The symposium also receives support form the European Interreg-projects SHARE-North and eHUBS. The virtual world tour ends 24 hours later on March 4 at 12h CET in our studio in Ghent.The main topic of Shared Mobility Rocks is of course shared mobility. Each session dives into a specific sub-topic like action plans for cities, the impact of shared mobility, micromobility, mobihubs, the collaboration with public transport… In some regions, shared mobility is still growing. There we will mostly get to know the upcoming carsharing, bikesharing and ridesharing initiatives. In Europe, North America, Australia and East Asia, shared mobility is already a mode of transport of its own. This edition of Shared Mobility Rocks will show you how mobility is a universal challenge and how shared mobility can contribute to more liveable and accessible regions.
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Practical information Attending the event is free and almost all sessions will take place in English. Join us and discover how shared mobility is conquering the world through a multidisciplinary and international perspective!
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