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The venue of the 9th Congress of Active Mobility was European Solidarity Centre. Speakers and panelists: Gil Penalosa, Michał Brennek, Daniel Chojnacki, Marta Jasińska-Dołęga, Thomas Drage, Monika Evini, Pieter de Haan, Torben Heinemann, Magdalena Kiljan, Remigiusz Kitliński, Małgorzata Kostrzewska, Piotr Kuropatwiński, Mihály Lados, Bartosz Macikowski, Karolina Marszałkowska, Jacek Grunt-Mejer, Marcin Nowicki, Karolina Orcholska, Romanika Okraszewska, Arkadiusz Pacholski, Marek Poznański, Anna Reichenberger, Monika Kozłowska-Święconek, Magdalena Szymańska, Tomasz Tosza, Roman Walaszkowski, Zygmunt Waśkowski, Piotr Wiśniewski, Marcin Wójcik, Marek Zając.

Numerous presentations, debates, workshop sessions and the opportunity to meet experts, analysts and practitioners in the field of sustainable mobility make the Congress one of the most important Central European events dedicated to active mobility. We believe that it positively influences processes shaping cities that ensure growth in life quality of their residents. It is a meeting place for local governments representatives and businesses, residents, schools, institutions, non-governmental organizations and other people interested in the subject of mobility, not only active.

9th CONGRESS OF ACTIVE MOBILITY (2018)

AGENDA OF 9th CONGRESS (PDF)

The venue of the 8th Congress of Active Mobility was European Solidarity Centre. Speakers and panelists: Mikael Colville-Andersen, Carlo Andriolo, Izabela Biała, Daniel Chojnacki, Marcin Czajkowski, Monika Evini, Petra Jens, Mustafa Karakus, Remigiusz Kitliński, Grzegorz Krajewski, Piotr Kuropatwiński, Blaž Lokar, Karina Rembiewska, Sławomir Ronkowski, Agnieszka Rózga-Micewicz, Piotr Smolnicki, Krzysztof Stachura, Krzysztof Perycz-Szczepański, Tadeusz Szlendak, Magdalena Szymańska, Magdalena Wasiłowska, Tomasz Wawrzonek, Łukasz Witczak, Anna Fikus-Wójcik, Mert Yaygel.

8th CONGRESS OF ACTIVE MOBILITY (2017)

AGENDA OF 8th CONGRESS (PDF)

The venue of the 7th Congress of Active Mobility was European Solidarity Centre. This edition of Congress was focused primarily on promotion of healthy life style and active travels at short distances. Successful campaigns promoting pedestrian and bicycle communication were presented. The Congress was also an opportunity to share the experiences of Gdańsk, gathered during the implementation of the two editions of the "Bicycle May" campaign, which met with great interest of children and adult residents. We hope that exchange of experiences will allow the introduction of the campaign as a permanent element of promoting a healthy lifestyle also in other local governments.

 

Speakers and panelists:​​​​​​ Jan Bloemheuvel, Dariusz Niewitała, Mailin Gaupp-Berghausenm, Gudrun Roenfeld, Monika Evini, Grzegorz Krajewski.

7th CONGRESS OF ACTIVE MOBILITY (2016)

AGENDA OF 7th CONGRESS (PDF)

The venue of the 6th Congress of Active Mobility was conference center AmberExpo. This edition of Congress was focused primarily on promotion of mobility in the areas of business and education. During the plenary session, speakers from the United Kingdom, Italy and the Netherlands shared their experiences in promoting pedestrian and bicycle traffic among pupils, students and adults.

 

Workshops were devoted to the promotion of mobility - based on the Gdańsk campaign "Bicycle May" and the campaign "Bicycle for work". One of the guests was Vladimir Kurski - Chairman of the Mariupol City Council in Ukraine, who expressed the will to organize the campaign also at his city. There were also workshops conducted by Dutch experts from Velo Mondial and Decisio - Economic research and consulting, addressed to employers interested in building a biker-friendly policy. The presentations showed the stages of bicycle policy implementation and examples of the effective use of the "bicycle" potential to build an effective PR policy.

 

During the Congress cycle of SWITCH project meetings was crowned (dedicated to the promotion of a healthy lifestyle and active travel over short distances). From April 7, Gdańsk hosted the consortium partners as well as nearly 30 representatives of European cities who came to the workshops to use the SWITCH campaign scenarios developed by the project. Many of the guests also took part in the Congress, and their experiences were a valuable contribution to the discussions.

 

Speakers and panelists: Marco Amadori, Iwona Furmańczuk, Łukasz Kłos, Sylwia Majewska, Aleksandra Niedzielska, Pascal van den Noort, Veronica Reynolds, Siebe Visser, Jim Walker.

6th CONGRESS OF ACTIVE MOBILITY (2015)

The venue of the 5th Congress of Active Mobility was conference center AmberExpo. This edition of Congress was focused primarily on usage of e-mobility, exemplified by two-wheelers moved by the power of muscles supported by energy accumulated in batteries and issues of shaping the space of our cities, that they would be short distance cities in polycentric agglomerations connected locally, regionally and efficient public transport systems in the national scale.

 

The 5th Congress was part of the activities undertaken a year ago by the Embassy of the French Republic in Poland as part of the Eco-city contest. Our congress will be an important stage in the continuation of this initiative - participation in it is one of the conditions of the entire selection process of innovative local governments applying for the right to take part in a study trip to the leading cities implementing the policy of developing active forms of mobility in France.

 

Speakers and panelists: Paweł Adamowicz, Michael Brunsch, Monika Evini, Monika Cholewczyńska-Dmitruk, Dr Jan Fritz Rettberg, Rafał Glazik, Grażyna Kaczyńska, Inga Luchmann, Thorsten Kohlisch, Sławomir Ledwoń, Robert Pressl, Guy Perry, Mats Persson, Maciej Rusek, Adam Sanocki, Thanos Vlastos, Dr Frank Wolter, Dien Wiersma, Ursula Zappe.

5th CONGRESS OF ACTIVE MOBILITY (2014)

The venue of the 4th Congress of Active Mobility was conference center AmberExpo. Speakers and panelists: Karoline Alvånger, Benoit Beroud, Klaus Bondam, Martyn Brunt, Michał Dobrzański, Herman Geerdes, Lucia Ilieva, Thorsten Kohlisch, François-Xavier Kowandy, Krzysztof Martyniak, Thomas Möller, Steffen Nozon, Damien Ó Tuama, Jacek Piotrowski, Anna Pyka, Jean-Francois Retiere, Anna Rumińska, Lasse Schelde, Michael Szeiler, Magdalena Szymańska.

4th CONGRESS OF ACTIVE MOBILITY (2013)

AGENDA OF 4th CONGRESS (PNG)

The venue of the 3rd Congress of Active Mobility was conference center AmberExpo. Speakers and panelists: dr Paul Marcel Kurpershoek, Barbara Pujdak, Ioannis Koliousis, dr Piotr Kuropatwiński, Jorg Thiemann-Linden, Thomas Möller, Rafał Ejsmont, dr inż. arch. Tomasz Rozwadowski, Anna Rumińska, Rod King, Christian Henneke, Marta Chełkowska, Christian Weinberger, Claudia Krieger, prof. Hieronim Chojnacki, Piotr Kamont, Igor Tracz, Iwona Rybicka, Marcin Wojciechowski, Michał Mroczkowski, Jakub Kujath, Michał Brennek, Grzegorz Walczukiewicz, Andrzej Kołodziej, Justyna Wiszniewska.

3rd CONGRESS OF ACTIVE MOBILITY (2012)

AGENDA OF 3rd CONGRESS (PNG)

The star of 2nd edition of Congress was Randy Neufeld, director of The SRAM Bicycle Fund, involved in the production of bicycle parts. The fund supports innovative actions to promote the use of bicycles in Europe and the USA, including projects of the European Cyclists Federation. Speakers and panelists: dr Giuliano Mingardo, Angela van der Kloof, János László, John Porter, Bohdan Pękacki, Marek Wałuszko, Agata Kowalska, Adam Mikołajczyk, Barbara Pujdak, Michał Bieliński, Aleksandra Kobielak, Maciej Rusek, Waldemar Elwart, Magdalena Sekuła, Robert Gonia, Cezary Żrodowski, Monika Jarzemska, Małgorzata Ciecholińska, Daniel Chojnacki, Łukasz Juszczak, Robert Linkiewicz, Remigiusz Kitliński, Witold Kopeć, Maciej Porębski.

2nd CONGRESS OF ACTIVE MOBILITY (2011)

AGENDA OF 2nd CONGRESS (PNG)

The star of 1st edition of Congress był Danish architect and urban planner, professor of urban planning at the School of Royal Architecture at the Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen, founder of an architectural office, Jan Gehl. Gehl is the author of many books devoted to the issues of the impact of the quality of urban design on the quality of life in the city. He is known primarily for his city planning philosophy - his main assumption when designing is to maintain an appropriate scale, human scale, where the emphasis is placed on public spaces suited to the needs of people and thus the quality of life of city dwellers is significantly increased.

 

The culmination of the first Congress was the signing of the Gdańsk Card for Active Mobility.

1st CONGRESS OF ACTIVE MOBILITY (2010)

AGENDA OF 1st CONGRESS (PNG)

AGENDA OF 6th CONGRESS (PDF)

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