ORGANISERS

CO-FINANCING

Polska Unia Mobilności Aktywnej (PUMA)
Miasto Gdańsk
Parking gets SMART

PARTNERS

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Parking gets SMART

MEDIA

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Parking gets SMART
Parking gets SMART
Interreg South Baltic

© 2022 POLISH UNION OF ACTIVE MOBILITY

27-28 SEPTEMBER 2022
GDANSK, EUROPEAN SOLIDARITY CENTRE

11th Congress of Active Mobility

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11th Congress

PL/EN

GDANSK, EUROPEAN SOLIDARITY CENTRE

27-28 SEPTEMBER 2022

11th edition

The Active Mobility Congress is one of the most important Central-Eastern European events dedicated to broad aspects of mobility with particular emphasis on cycling and walking, as well as good practices for building urban space for a high quality of life.

Mobility in the pandemics

how it changed our mobility behaviours

Micro mobility

temporary trend or a permanent change?

Parking policy 

and sustainable mobility

Safety - understanding, foreseeing and changing

vision "zero" in the cities

Thematic areas of the 11th edition

Agenda

DAY 1

27.09.2022

DAY 2

28.09.2022

08:30-09:30

Registration

11:00-11:30

Coffee break

12:30

Certification Ceremony of Cycle Friendly Employer (CFE)

13:00-13:30

13:00-13:30

Coffee break

13:30-14:50

Parallel sessions

14:50-15:00

Final session, closing of the Congress
(ECS auditorium)

15:00-16:30

Lunch

2022 Cycling Climate Studies Inauguration 
– press briefing (winter garden)

09:40

Zero means a lot

10:20

From theory to practise: create impact in liveable cities by mainstreaming sustainable and smart solutions

10:00

National and Local, Public and Private: how can they increase active mobility together?

10:40

Kosovo. A perspective of mobility in post-war cities

ECS AUDITORIUM

ECS MEDIA LIBRARY (I piętro)

13:30

BICIFICATION: Supporting modal shift and cycling through gamification and rewarding

Development of the "Bike to Work" cycling campaign for employees

How Cracow schoolchildren travel before/after the Covid-19 pandemic - Project STARS Bike to School

Six star road

A river as the main axis of urban cycling transport - the example of the Boulevards on the Nacyna River in Rybnik

13:50

Annarita Leserri, Pin Bike, Italy

How to read the results of Cycling Climate Studies – Gdansk case study

Agnieszka Rogala, Warsaw Municipal Road Administration

14:30

Pedestrian accessibility model as an example of the use of GIS network analysis in the study of pedestrian accessibility to public transport stops in Gdansk

14:10

Objective: a pedestrian-friendly city

09:00-10:00

Registration

11:30-12:00

Coffee break

ECS AUDITORIUM

ECS AUDITORIUM

10:00

Opening and Welcome Speech

Aleksandra Dulkiewicz, Mayor of Gdansk

09:30

Opening and Welcome speech

Piotr Kryszewski, City of Gdansk Deputy Mayor

10:10

Cycling makes cities liveable!

10:40

Creating new connections: How public transport operators can support active mobility

12:00

The experience of Cracow in introducing clean transport zones, introduction to the debate

13:10-13:30

Coffee break

14:45-15:00

Organisational information about the bicycle study tour

15:00-16:00

Lunch

16:00-16:15

Gathering at the coaches (bus transport for the bicycle study tour)

17:00-19:00

The bicycle study tour along Vistula Cycle Route

19:00-22:00

Outdoor dinner – The Orle Hotel

22:00-23:00

Return to the centre of Gdansk by bus

ECS AUDITORIUM

ECS AUDITORIUM

13:30

Parking policy assumptions determining the development of sustainable mobility in the city

Alicja Pawłowska, Department of Sustainable Mobility, The City Hall of Gdynia

13:45

Spatial dynamics in Tirana and their impact on mobility patterns. Reassessment the urban fabric towards sustainable development

14:00

Velo GZM – 120 km of planned cycling routes linking the biggest cities of the Metropolis 

14:15

Paid parking in Warsaw - pedestrians reclaim pavements

14:30

STeR 2.0 – Update of the Bicycle Route System for Gdansk

12:15

Parking policy and clean transport zones - Debate

11:05

Transport habits of city dwellers and their causes

11:30-13:00

Parallel sessions

ECS AUDITORIUM

ECS MEDIA LIBRARY (I piętro)
PARKING GETS SMART STAGE

Parking gets SMART – introduction to the project

Digitalisation of parking policy in Klajpeda

Digitalisation of parking policy in Neringa

Digitalisation of parking policy in Heringsdorf

Digitalisation of parking policy in Gdansk

PgS Hackathons – summary

Widget as a tool for sharing parking data with end users

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11:30

Introduction to the debate

Jan Mencwel, co-founder of Miasto Jest Nasze association

Polityka zielona – debata

Krzysztof Jałoszynski, Head of the Department of Engineering and Environmental Protection of the City Hall of Sopot

Lukasz Pawlik, Deputy Director of the Board of Urban Greenery in Krakow

Maja Syska-Żelechowska, Płock City Hall, the Head of the Environmental Management Department

Wojciech Januszczyk, Krajobrazy Foundation

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