ACTS OF THE 15th ECOMM in Toulouse
Wednesday 18th May

Plenary Session

Neil SCALES - Pecha Kucha
Frederike DEMMERS - How to use Twitter during ECOMM?
Jean-Francois TOUSSANT - Energy, environment and mobility. Secular evolution of species capacities
Donald HYSLOP - Business Improvement Districts
Christelle CHABREDIER - Social Responsibility and Environment
Esther VAN ZEGGEREN - Smart working-Smart travelling
Jiri BENDL - Cycling and Mobility Management
Thursday 19th May

Session A - Technical parallel sessions

A1. Convince in 6 minutes 40 seconds?
A2. Mobility Management needs Maximum Marketing Skills
A3. Don´t forget Mobility Management when planning!
A4. The Mobility Adviser (conseiller en mobilite´): the Francophone Touch on Mobility Management
A5. How to use MaxSumo?

Session B - Technical parallel session

B1. Convince in 6 Minutes 40 seconds?
B2. Mobility Management in a Resource-Constrained World: Are local Travel Plan Networks the Answer?
B3. Can we all become "Mobility Adviser"?
B4. A more effective mobility management by "real time" monitoring of the public transport passengers´perceived quality
B5. Shared Space for shared responsibilities

Session C - The Rendez-vous Toulousian

Session Format: Speed-dating

Session D - Technical parallel sessions

D1. Convince in 6 minutes 40 seconds?
D2. Improving city´s sustainable transport policies by benchmarking and quality management
D3. Social and economic benefits of Mobility Management: a step further
D4. Mobility Management - Influencing the people that matter!
D5. The evaluation and the effects of mobility management programmes in different European Member States
Friday 20th May

Session E

E1. How to make active transport the just natural thing to do for all age groups - the ACTIVE TRAVEL NETWORK and LIFE CYCLE Planning Laboratory
E2. How to adress Mobility Management as an economic and commercial activity?
E3. Business models for Mobility Management - how to make Mobility Management financially viable for involved stakeholders in development projects
E4. Carpooling: what has to be changed in our mobility behaviour?t

Plenary Session - "ITS and new mobility services" Panel discussion

Bernard SCHWOB - Director of the French Agency for Multimodal Information and Ticketing (AFIMB) - France
David ROBLES FOSG - Strategic Alliances Manager EMEA, Google Inc. - USA
Eric CHAREYRON - Strategy, Marketing, Offer and Services Director - Keolis - France
Dr Susan GRANT-MULLER - Senior Lecturer and Director of Research-Institute for Transport Studies (ITS), University of Leeds - UK

Closing Session

René TEEUWEN - Feedback on the Live Tweet, Eltis Best Paper Award
Joerg BOMBACH - Head of Radio Program HR3 - ECOMM 2012 presentation
Karl-Heinz POSCH - EPOMM coordinator - EPOMM final presentation
Gérard ANDRE - President of Tisséo-Régie, France - Closing speech
Wednesday 18th May

Plenary Session

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Neil SCALES

Pecha Kucha
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Frederike DEMMERS

How to use Twitter during ECOMM?
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Jean-Francois TOUSSANT

Energy, environment and mobility. Secular evolution of species capacities
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Donald HYSLOP

Business Improvement Districts
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Christelle CHABREDIER

Social Responsibility and Environment
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Esther VAN ZEGGEREN

Smart working-Smart travelling
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Jiri BENDL

Cycling and Mobility Management
Thursday 19th May
Session A

A1. Convince in 6 minutes 40 seconds?

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Anna CLARK:

Top tips on how to create a cycling culture in your city
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Bart THYS et Mundon Izay NOTI:

Belgium Sustainable commuting: stimulation of employers´measures in Belgium
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Anna-Karin WIKMAN:

Changing the travel habits of inveterate motorists who work with constructing and selling cars - to the benefit of companies and the community
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Rick LINDEMAN:

Small Business as key to innovation
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Mieke DE BUYSERE and Bart BUSSCHAERT:

Ghent event: how the city facilities mobility management for event organisers
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Ioannis POLITIS:

A proposed framework for supporting Mobility Management initiatives at Shopping Malls

A2. Mobility Management needs Maximum Marketing Skills

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Theo Panayi

A3. Don´t forget Mobility Management when planning!

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Jakob HOEJ:

Transport behaviour and localization of business - a nation wide survey in Denmark
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Markus ROBERT, Hannele JOHANSSON and Jesper JOHANSSON:

A decision-making workshop based on the CERO-model - a realistic case from three Swedish County Councils
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Bodo SCHWIEGER and Tobias KIPP:

Minimizing Costs: Comparison of Infrastructure and Mobility Management (with the example of the German event location Ferropolis)

A4. The Mobility Adviser: the Francophone Touch on Mobility Management

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Gregory MOORS:

Mobility Adviser: a new sustainable job in our cities - From basic education to the creation of network
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Lucie VERCHERE-TORTEL:

At the Greater Lyon, Mobility Management is possible WITH new jobs of "Mobility animators" on the economic areas
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Karine GAULUET:

Mobility Management by companies: how to start acting?

A5. How to use MAXSumo?

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Pernilla Hyllenius

Session B

B1. Convince in 6 minutes 40 seconds?

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Aurélie TERLIER:

Managing mobility plans on business parks
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András EKES:

Traffic chaos and overlapping investments as spontaneous opportunities for a better mobility management
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Marcel MEEUWISSEN:

i-Zone: Community-based mobility management in Enschede
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André BRUNS:

Car Pooling - increasing effectiveness through integrated planning and cross linking
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Roberto DE TOMMASI:

Parking management in the City of Zurich: The key towards sustainable usage of private cars in the city
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Dan BLANCHET:

Mobility Management monitoring: the only way to prove the value of what you´ve already done, the only source of evidence to secure future funding

B2. MobilityManagement an i Ressourece-Constrained World: Are Local Travel Plan Networks the Answer?

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Davison ENOCH

B3. Can we all become "Mobility Adviser"?

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Gilles BOISVERT

B4. A more effective mobility management by "real time" monitoring of the public transport passengers' perceived quality

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Patrick van EGMOND

B5. Shared space for shared responsibilities

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Samuel MARTIN:

The speed moderation, key of the public space share
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Radoine DIK:

Pedestrian plan of La Chapelle-Glain: lessons learn from a volunteer policy in favour of pedestrians
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Lola LE MOIGN and Pascal QUENEZ:

SMOOTH Mobility European project: a way to improve school travel plans
Session C

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Session D

D1. Convince in 6 minutes 40 seconds?

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Märta BROLINSON:

How can car parking costs be reduced by using mobility management early in the planning process ?
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Madelene HÅKANSSON:

Key factors of success and pitfalls when working with mobility management
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Friso METZ:

EPOMM Quality Label for more and better Mobility Management trainings
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Hervé LAMBERT:

CTravel training as new task for people working in public transport
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Sofie WALSCHAP:

Parking management in the City of Zurich: The key towards sustainable usage of private cars in the city
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Jörg KASTELIC:

BENEFIT project

D2. Improving city's sustainable transport policies by benchmarking and quality management

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Aschan SCOTNEY

D3. Social and economic benefits of Mobility Management: a step further

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Sylvie MATHON:

Mobility Management and teleworking organisation: a favourable context for the teleworking development in the frame of a Workplace Mobility Plan process
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David BACKELIN:

7 ways to decrease your car costs - training workshop for the public sector
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Guillaume LUCAS

Hire a mobility animator, a key factor for succeeding in your projects: lessons learnt and evaluation
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Thomas STOKELL

Behaviour Change Theory + cycling + people + data = measurable changes in people's cycling behaviour

D4. Mobility Management - Influencing the people that matter!

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Adrian WEBB

D5. The evaluation and the effects of mobility management programmes in different European Member States

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Willy RAIMUND and Iris EHRNLEITNER:

Evaluation of "klima:aktiv mobil"
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Doris BAÜMER, Mechtild STIEWE and Conny LOUEN:

Evaluation of action program "effi zient mobil "
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Lars LUTJE SCHIPHOLT

Taskforce Mobilitätsmanagement, The Nederlands
Friday 20th May
Session E

E1. How to make active transport the just natural thing to do for all age groups - the ACTIVE TRAVEL NETWORK and LIFE CYCLE Planning Laboratory

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Claus KOELLINGER and Robert PRESSL

E2. How to address Mobility Management as an economic and commercial activity?

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Sharon LEWINSON:

RideSharing in North America - Transition to Full Commute Management
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Thierry FASSENOT:

A better prevention for commuting: a public health and sustainable mobility matter
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Christine SCHNABEL:

Introducing a national routine for Mobility Management during road construction - A Swedish attempt

E3. Business models for Mobility Management - how to make Mobility Management financially viable for involved stakeholders in development projects

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Johannes BERG

E4. Carpooling: what has to be changed in our mobility behaviour?

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Aurélie CORBINEAU and Alain JEAN

Covoiturons sur le pouce, an instantaneous carpooling disposal quite cheap for local administrations
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Reyhaneh FARROKHIKHIAVI:

Need a lift ? Want to carpool ? Characteristics of different target groups of ride sharing
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Jens VOGEL:

Broking mobility - safeguarding and enhancing mobility options in rural areas

Plenary Session - "ITS and new mobility services" Panel discussion

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Closing Session

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René TEEUWEN

Eltis Best Paper Award
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Joerg BOMBACH:

ECOMM 2012 presentation
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Karl-Heinz POSCH:

EPOMM final presentation
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Gérard ANDRE:

Closing speech

 
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