10th Congress
of Active
Mobility

24-25 September 2019, Gdańsk

This year's edition of the Congress will be focused primarily on the following thematic areas: sustainable mobility in the cities, psychology and sociology of transport, autonomous transport and its impact on urban residents, active mobility electrically supported (electric bikes mainly).

 

The main arena of the 10th Congress of Active Mobility will be the Stadium Energa Gdańsk (24th September) and the European Solidarity Centre (25th September). There will be a study cycling trip around Gdansk also. Numerous presentations, speeches, workshop sessions and the opportunity to meet experts and analysts and practitioners in the field of sustainable mobility makes that the Congress is a annual meeting place for practitioners and theoreticians, not only in the field of mobility and urban space management.

 

We believe that the exchange of knowledge and information during the Congress has a significant positive impact on the processes of shaping our cities, initiating and strengthening processes aimed at increasing the quality of life of its residents.

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.

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IN THE CITIES

PSYCHOLOGY
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AUTONOMOUS

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MOBILITY

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The Congress  will start on 24th of September 2019 in the conference space of the Stadium Energa Gdańsk. In the following part of the day there will be a study cycling trip around Gdańsk.

 

On the next day we will continue the presentations and discussions at the European Solidarity Centre in Gdańsk. End of the 10th Congress is expected at 4 PM.

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SPEAKERS OF 10th CONGRESS OF ACTIVE MOBILITY

DANIEL LARSSON

EMBASSY OF SWEDEN

Sustainable Urban Transport in Sweden

RAFAŁ GLAZIK

POLSKA UNIA MOBILNOŚCI AKTYWNEJ

The Survey of Cycling Climate in Poland and Other Parts of Europe, Methodology, Benefits; Report From a Pilot in Tczew / Cycle Friendly Employer - Certification

JENNIFER POHLMANN

UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES
IN HAMBURG

BSR electric - Fostering E-mobility in Urban Areas — Case Studies Of Implementing EVs Into Urban Transport

MAGDALENA CZENKO

WKB WIERCIŃSKI, KWIECIŃSKI,
BAEHR SP. K.

Who Is Responsible For an Accident Caused by an Autonomous car? A Few Words About Third-party Responsibility for Accidents Involving Self-driving Vehicles 

KRZYSZTOF KOWALIK

SOCIETY FOR NATURE AND MAN

Social Rental of eCargo

KRZYSZTOF GUBAŃSKI

UNIVERSITY OF WARSAW /
ONE CAR LESS

Free the Supplies! E-cargo Bicycles As a Solution For Reducing the Burden of Dense Traffic

JOANNA ZYBER

PUBLIC TRANSPORT MANAGEMENT
IN POZNAŃ

Choice of the way of moving around the city, and actions fostering the development of sustainable mobility in the Poznań agglomeration

FRANZISKA WOLF

UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES
IN HAMBURG

BSR electric - Fostering E-mobility in Urban Areas — Case Studies Of Implementing EVs Into Urban Transport

AGNIESZKA ROGALA

MUNICIPAL ROADS AUTHORITY IN WARSAW

Research of Urban Space  – the influence of infrastructure on Conflicts Among Pedestrians and Bicycle Users

MACIEJ SULMICKI

THE MAZOVIAN OFFICE FOR REGIONAL PLANNING

Content of the Mazowieckie Region Documents Regarding the Safety of Pedestrians Explained in Practice

KRZYSZTOF MACIASZ

GDANSK PLANNING OFFICE

The Standard of Gdańsk Street

PIOTR KUROPATWIŃSKI

POLISH UNION OF ACTIVE MOBILITY

Individual Travel Plans in Practice

ADAM RODZIEWICZ

GDANSK PLANNING OFFICE

The Standard of Gdansk Street - the Workshop

MAGDALENA SZYMAŃSKA

CITY OF GDAŃSK

Certification Gala of Cycle-Friendly Employer / Autonomous Vehicle in Traffic - Trapizio Case Study in Neuhausen, Switzerland and in Gdansk

KRZYSZTOF JAŁOSZYŃSKI

CITY OF SOPOT

Experiences of Small Towns Struggling For Better Traffic Conditions

IAN WALKER

UNIVERSITY OF BATH

How Do We Reduce Personal Car Use? Insights from Psychology

BARTOSZ MACIKOWSKI

TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF GDAŃSK

Hybrid Urban Mobility

MAŁGORZATA KOSTRZEWSKA

TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF GDANSK

Hybrid Urban Mobility

MICHAŁ KWIATKOWSKI

NICOLAUS COPERNICUS UNIVERSITY IN TORUŃ

Public Bicycle Schemes in Poland – Are They Still Only Urban?

JACEK MIANOWSKI

UNIVERSITY OF GDAŃSK

Hybrid Urban Mobility

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