Webinar: Achieving Sustainable Micro-Mobility
Is micro-mobility helping or hurting our cities? In the past few years, micro-mobility services have been arriving at unprecedented speed and scale to cities that are oftentimes ill-prepared to manage them. In these early years of micro-mobility, the metrics used to describe the programs are limited to general statistics which can make it difficult to measure how well the program is meeting a city’s goals, and almost always impossible to compare one city to another.
Achieving Sustainable Micro-Mobility aims to identify strategic goals of a sustainable micro-mobility program that can be shared amongst all cities. It also identifies practical key performance indicators (KPI) that can be used to assess its strengths and weaknesses.
Ramboll organises a webinar where Pekka Stenman, Traffic Engineer at the City of Tampere will share Tampera’s experiences with micro-mobility and how they will proceed in the future. He will be joined by Ian Sacs Market Manager Smart Mobility and the main author of the report who will present the main findings and how cities can apply the 12 goal framework.
Read more and sign up on the event registration site.