SHARED MOBILITY CONNECTED WITH OTHER TRANSPORT MODES

The impact of shared mobility services on modal shift becomes much higher if connected with other modes. At different places in Europe there are very good examples how operators combine public transport and shared mobility services. There is no competition between the different modes. There’s only a common challenge: offering a reliable services as alternative of solo car trips. This session will be hosted by UITP’s Combined Mobility Commission.

Caroline Cerfontaine

Caroline Cerfontaine (Brussels, Belgium) is Senior Manager and Unit leader for Mobility Governance and manages the Combined Mobility Committee at the UITP, the International Association of Public Transport. READ MORE

Vincent Neumayer

Vincent Neumayer (Vienna, Austria)  supports Vienna public utilities and in particular Wiener Linien (Vienna Public Transport) in developing innovative, multimodal products and services. READ MORE

Rafael Cuesta

Rafael Cuesta (Nottingham, United Kingdom) started his career in Colombia in environmental protection including working as an Environmental Consultant in the development of the Medellin Metro, Colombia. Later on he worked Nottingham City Council and in other public transport operational and policy roles at Birmingham City Council, Transport for the West Midlands and more recently at Transport for Greater Manchester a. READ MORE

And also Marie-Hélène Noël, STIB/MIVB (BE)

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