SMAPE session

Circularium: Decibel Dome

15:45 – 17:00

In this session we focus on achieving harder, better, faster and stronger cooperation between municipalities. This session aims to enhance collaboration and coordination, break down transportation silos, and create a more efficient and sustainable shared mobility system. Join us to explore national and regional innovative strategies for an interconnected future.


Meet Fabian Kriete, a 29-year-old Bremen local with a compelling journey. He navigated the canals of European Studies in Amsterdam, pedaled through the streets of Berlin with a bike leasing company, and capped it off with a Master’s adventure in Göttingen and Bilbao. (Fun fact: In his time in Amsterdam he worked as a host for the Hard Rock Café)

For the past 2.5 years, Fabian has been the driving force behind a labor-market project at SüdniedersachsenStiftung and served as a project consultant for a labor union institute. In this role, he provided guidance to workers’ councils and SMEs on training and qualification amidst the transformation of Bremen’s automotive industry. In December 2023 he started working for his hometown, the Free Hanseatic City of Bremen, as a Project Manager for EU-Projects in Shared Mobility and E-Carsharing. When he’s not immersed in work, you’ll find him on the football pitch or exploring Europe. His favorite Rock Song: Be Yourself – Audioslave

Antonia Charlton has more than 20 years’ experience working in the field of sustainable transport preceded by 5 years with Oxfam’s marketing team. Antonia was part of the team which set up CoMoUK in 1999 and spent 10 years helping to nurture the newly emerging car club industry, developing the information programme and accreditation scheme amongst other projects. After a period of 5 years working for Sustrans developing behaviour change programmes, Antonia returned to lead on the emerging bike share work. Since this time, she has widened her expertise and knowledge from the core shared transport sector to new emerging modes such as e-scooters and DDRT and specialised in best practice in the development of mobility hubs. She has managed a wide range of demonstration programmes, research projects and created resources which are seen as standards by those working in the sector.

Vasia Amprasi is a Transportation Engineer MSc, based in Greece, who is passionate to spread and reinforce the concept of sustainable mobility both in Greece and abroad, making an impact on the environment and the quality of citizens’ life. She holds a Diploma in Civil Engineering from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (GR) and a Master’s Degree on “Planning, Organization, and Management of Transport Systems” with the full scholarship of Onassis Foundation. Having been involved in several transport-related projects and studies on European and national level, currently, she is working as a Research Associate at the University of West Attica and, at the same time, as a freelancer Transportation Engineer. Her research interests focus mainly on sustainable mobility, sustainable urban development, shared mobility and how to integrate participatory processes in them.

Ivana Serafimovic, a dedicated mobility expert at AustriaTech, holds a degree in spatial planning from the Vienna University of Technology. Her journey in spatial planning has unexpectedly steered her towards mobility. Blending her passion for graphic design and architecture with her work, Ivana thrives on innovative challenges.  She and her team at AustriaTech were involved in the pioneering task of developing and implementing Austria’s first national sharing strategy together with the Federal Ministry for Climate Action, Environment, Energy, Mobility, Innovation and Technology. 

Ananda Groag’s passion for mobility was fueled at TomTom. Today, she has been focusing on shared mobility for 10 years as an entrepreneur. She was the driving force behind the public-private partnership ‘Green Deal Car sharing’ in the Netherlands. Ananda deepened her platform economy knowledge at shareNL for five years and started her own consultancy in which she mostly works with local and regional governments, she initiated an international conference ‘Living Mobility’ about integrating mobility in area development and set up a national shared mobility program on behalf of the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and Water management. Since 2023 Ananda has teamed up with likeminded professionals under the brand ‘Adapt’. Ananda is an advocate for diversity and is co-initiator of a network for female professionals in mobility [W]heels. “Be the change you want to see”. Ananda and her family do not own a car and seamlessly combine different modes.