Presentations and Photos from the 18th ECOMM in Florence, Italy

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ECOMM Program

1st Conference Day, Wednesday, May 7th 2014

Opening session
A1 WHERE ARE GOING? WHAT IS MOBILITY MANAGEMENT IN THE FUTURE?
A2 SUSTAINABLE URBAN MOBILITY PLANS AND MOBILITY MANAGEMENT 1
A3 SECRETS OF OUR BEHAVIOUR 1 – PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS
A4 THE MOST INNOVATIVE SUPPORT TOOLS FOR COMPANY MOBILITY MANAGEMENT 1


2nd Conference Day, Thursday, May 8th 2014

B1 CYCLING AND MOBILITY MANAGEMENT
B2 SUSTAINABLE URBAN MOBILITY PLANS FROM THE NATIONAL PERSPECTIVE
B3 SECRETS OF OUR BEHAVIOUR 2 – PUTTING INTO PRACTICE
B4 THE MOST INNOVATIVE SUPPORT TOOLS FOR COMPANY MOBILITY MANAGEMENT 2
B5 WALKING – BEYOND THE CITY CENTRES
C1 CITIZENS PARTICIPATION
C2 SUSTAINABLE URBAN MOBILITY PLANS AND MOBILITY MANAGEMENT 2
C3 CYCLE LOGISTICS
C4 INNOVATIONS FOR INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORKS 1
C5 HOW TO ENSURE FREE ACCESS TO MULTIMODAL TRAVEL INFORMATION
D1 SUSTAINABLE AND SMART MOBILITY – BEYOND CITY CENTRES
D2 SUSTAINABLE URBAN MOBILITY PLANS AND MOBILITY MANAGEMENT 3
D3 CITY LOGISTICS
D4 ELECTRIC MOBILITY AS A CHANCE FOR A NEW MULTIMODAL MOBILITY SYSTEM 1 - E-BIKES, PEDELECS
D5 MOBILITY MANAGEMENT AND TOURISM 1


3rd Conference Day, Friday, May 9th 2014

E1 CAPITALISATION
E2 ELECTRIC MOBILITY AS A CHANCE FOR A NEW MULTIMODAL MOBILITY SYSTEM 2 – SYSTEM TYPE SESSION
E3 INNOVATIONS FOR INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORKS 2
E4 MOBILITY MANAGEMENT AND TOURISM 2
Closing session



1st Conference Day, Wednesday, May 7th 2014

Opening session

Moderator: Robert Stussi

Anette Enemark:

Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans – the new Black?

Nick Lester:

Parking policies

Odette van de Riet:

Launching ideas for the ECOMMs’ message to the EU and the Italian EU-Presidency

Opening session all slides including intermittent moderator slides

A1 WHERE ARE GOING? WHAT IS MOBILITY MANAGEMENT IN THE FUTURE?

Chair: Paul Curtis

Robert Pressl:

Push & Pull: Financing sustainable mobility with parking management revenue

Friso Metz:

The future of mobility management starts with good data

João Bernardino:

Four future pathways on mobility needs. Think about implications for mobility management

Lorenzo Bertuccio:

A mobility for new citizens. The project "Mobilità di classe" introduces the School Mobility Office

Felicia Falk:

The future is set now all there is left is the work to get there

Luca Buzzoni:

Environmental Management and Sustainable Mobility of Health Care Companies in Emilia-Romagna Region

A2 SUSTAINABLE URBAN MOBILITY PLANS AND MOBILITY MANAGEMENT 1

Chair: Maurizio Tomassini

Nick Ramfos:

Transportation Demand Management Institute - Global Perspective on Mobility Management Present and Future

Nathalie Granes:

How Mobility Management has been integrated in the Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans of Ile-de-France Region

Susanne Böhler-Baedeker:

Involving local stakeholders and citizens in mobility planning processes

A3 SECRETS OF OUR BEHAVIOUR 1 – PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS

Chair: Sophie Tyler

Willy Raimund:

Types trends values Is mobility behaviour changeable and how?

John Porter:

Adverts - When will Mobility Managers Catch Up?

Sarah Martens:

Low-cost ways to organise a high-impact campaign

A4 THE MOST INNOVATIVE SUPPORT TOOLS FOR COMPANY MOBILITY MANAGEMENT 1

Chair: Wim Van Tilburg

Ruth Furrer Brühlmann:

Catch the big players to be partners! Zurich’s big employers’ forum

Valérie Vincent:

How to associate companies and business areas into the co-building of a quality label to reward local Workplace Mobility Plans

Markus Robért:

The interactive toolbox of the CERO-process shows results


2nd Conference Day, Thursday, May 8th 2014

B1 CYCLING AND MOBILITY MANAGEMENT

Chair: Massimo Boscherini

Etienne Doyen:

Using Mobility Management to push cycling forward from scratch: the city of La Louviere (BE)

Katrien Backx:

Mobility management as a tool for facilitating cycling in the sector of home care (cleaning services and family care)

Hadrien Bedok:

Cyclotan: when folding bikes team up with public transport

Kalle Vaismaa:

Does "Safety in numbers" hypothesis really come true in cycling?

Victor Furundarena:

Aparka: an integral solution for public and private urban cycling

Johannes Theissen:

The Berlin pedelec corridor a new way to enforce workplace cycling in big cities

B2 SUSTAINABLE URBAN MOBILITY PLANS FROM THE NATIONAL PERSPECTIVE

Chair: Simone Bosetti

Aljaz Plevnik:

Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans works well on different scales experiences from Slovenia

Colin Black:

EVIDENCE understanding the proven economic benefits of sustainable transport

Nicolas Merle:

30 years of sustainable urban mobility plans (PDUs) in France

B3 SECRETS OF OUR BEHAVIOUR 2 – PUTTING INTO PRACTICE

Chair: Robert Stüssi

Camilla Pärlbäck & Cristina Graner:

Never mind the attitudes!

Victoria Dekker & Odette Van De Riet:

In order to change travel behaviour you have to understand people

Veselin Grozdanov:

Axiological interpretation of the elements affecting citizens’ choice of transport mode in Eastern Europe countries

B4 THE MOST INNOVATIVE SUPPORT TOOLS FOR COMPANY MOBILITY MANAGEMENT 2

Chair: Gilles Farge

Pernilla Hyllenius Mattisson & Tove Zellmann:

Climate compensation model - a successful and innovative way to finance the mobility plan of Region Skåne

Giorgio Giovannini:

"FairPark, smart mobility manager": an innovative tool to improve sustainable mobility for enterprises

Aurore Asorey & Valérie Vincent:

Mobility study per sector in Toulouse

B5 WALKING – BEYOND THE CITY CENTRES

Chair: Eivin Winsvold

Salvatore Capri:

A new green walking path for adapting pedestrian network to climate change in the University of Catania Campus

Annemieke Molster:

Pedestrians around train stations

Miguel Anxo Fernández:

The cities we want. The cities we make.

C1 CITIZENS PARTICIPATION

Chair: Sarah Martens

Vincent Meerschaert:

The Bike of Troy power to the people

Els Van Den Broeck:

Mind the gap - fair mobility for all

Hervé Lambert:

Citizen participation: a new way to build and manage mobility policies

Mario Bellinzona:

MICS Mobility Integration for Community Solutions

Fariba Daryani:

Young thinking on future Smart Transport

Tom Murray Willis:

Personalised travel planning with a twist - using rewards to get citizens involved…

Rick Lindeman & Jorrit Nijhuis:

Innovation of the Travel Chain; lessons from 2 years of investing in the first and last urban mile

C2 SUSTAINABLE URBAN MOBILITY PLANS AND MOBILITY MANAGEMENT 2

Chair: Aurore Asorey

Juan Carlos Escudero:

Vitoria-Gasteiz. The commitment of a city towards active and sustainable mobility

Conny Louen:

Development of future mobility scenarios in a Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans process using a simulation game

Mark Degenkamp:

Utrecht Attractive and Accessible: focus on the user

C3 CYCLE LOGISTICS

Chair: Anette Enemark

Daniel Sebastian Mühlbach & Robin Krutak:

CO2 neutral delivery by the Austrian Post

Karl Reiter:

Cycle Logistics - moving goods by bike

Joana Ribeiro:

Success factors for the implementation of E-bike logistic services

C4 INNOVATIONS FOR INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORKS 1

Chair: Tytti Viinikainen

Rick Lindeman & Jorrit Nijhuis:

Sustainability Effects of Better Utilization

Jesper Johansson:

A new way of planning Mobility Management - Case Study Kista Science City

Sarah Wixey:

Managing Work-Related Road Risk to improve road user safety and support mobility management

C5 HOW TO ENSURE FREE ACCESS TO MULTIMODAL TRAVEL INFORMATION

Chair: Willy Raimund

Leonardo Naldini & Stefania Papa:

Virtual Variable Message Panels for Public Transport stops in Perugia within a smartphone app

Marcel Meeuwissen:

S.M.A.R.T. Self Motivated and Rewarded Travelling

Marco Menichetti:

SUPERHUB project: a user centric approach to improve multimodal mobility

D1 SUSTAINABLE AND SMART MOBILITY – BEYOND CITY CENTRES

Chair: Pascal Van Den Noort

Ida Harildstad:

Participation and architecture to affect children’s travel habits

Jörg Thiemann-Linden:

A Pedelec-Based Post-Fossile Scenario for 2030

Helmut Koch:

Community and flexible transport services in Austria - Best-Practice examples

Benoît Minet:

Challenge of accessibility to areas of economic activities in the Walloon Region

Ulrika Franzen & Maria Coulianos:

Getting on, getting through prioritizing public transport in the construction process

Alessandro Meggiato:

From Chaos to Order: Reggio Emilia experience in school mobility management

Juan Carlos Escudero:

ICT services for Electric Vehicle User

D2 SUSTAINABLE URBAN MOBILITY PLANS AND MOBILITY MANAGEMENT 3

Chair: Mari Svolsbru

Troels Andersen:

Mobility Initiatives Transforms Odense to a City for Healthy Citizens

Alicja Pawlowska:

Advancing towards a dynamic Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans in Gdynia

Mohamed Jama Mohamed:

Implementing mobility management in Abu Dhabi, UAE

D3 CITY LOGISTICS

Chair: Karen Vancluysen

Thomas Zunder & Ann Zunder:

Stakeholders engagement in urban freight projects: The Design and Monitoring Framework

Luis N. Filipe:

Managing freight operations inside cities an inventory of measures

Giorgio Ambrosino:

Definition of Sustainable Urban Logistics Plan in 9 European Towns under ENCLOSE Project and the evaluation of the impacts of the implemented measures

D4 ELECTRIC MOBILITY AS A CHANCE FOR A NEW MULTIMODAL MOBILITY SYSTEM 1 – E-BIKES, PEDELECS

Chair: Maria Berrini

Anna Clark:

Pedelec use in Sweden: new research about target groups and traffic safety consequences of increased use of pedelecs

Fermin Echarte:

Public e-bike sharing system Donostia / San Sebastian 2013-2023

Thomas Keltsch:

Stuttgart Services, a new approach to support multimodal mobility management

D5 MOBILITY MANAGEMENT AND TOURISM 1

Chair: Marianne Weinreich

David Knapp:

"Where is the carsharing station, please?" Urban Guests provoke rural tourism destinations

Maarten Van Bemmelen & Doris Wiederwald:

Impacts of mobility management measures for tourists in 8 European coastal regions

Agnes Kurzweil:

Sustainable mobility to and within touristic regions a transnational experience in two different European landscapes

3rd Conference Day, Thursday, May 9th 2014

E1 CAPITALISATION

Chair: Fiona McLean

Eric Schreffler:

A new role for Mobility Management in mega-cities around the world: relieving pressure on overcrowded public transport systems/td>

Ivo Cré:

TIDE: Transferring Innovation in Europe

Tom Rye:

A comparison of policy transfer processes: different transport concepts transferred to and from different countries

Charlotta Palmlund:

Moving on together - Implementation of the PIMMS CAPITAL Regional Action Plan in Stockholm County

Raf Canters:

The Traffic Snake Game: moving forward across Europe

Maxime Jean:

Carsharing: state-of-the-art and development issues in France regarding the European context

E2 ELECTRIC MOBILITY AS A CHANCE FOR A NEW MULTIMODAL MOBILITY SYSTEM 2 – SYSTEM TYPE SESSION

Chair: Anna Clark

Doris Wiederwald:

Multi-modal e-mobile in Klagenfurt on Lake Wörthersee

Conny Louen:

Electric mobility a topic for Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans? Analysis of electric mobility measures in strategic mobility planning in Germany

Bas Hilckmann:

We Share E-mobility

Session questions

E3 INNOVATIONS FOR INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORKS 2

Chair: Roberto De Tommasi

Fredrik Johansson & Pelle Envall:

Adaptive Parking Requirements and Mobility Management in Urban Development

Iris Ehrnleitner:

The Austrian klima: aktiv mobil programme goes 2020! New funding offers and frame conditions

Josefin Larking:

The West Swedish Agreement making it possible!

E4 MOBILITY MANAGEMENT AND TOURISM 2

Chair: Robin Krutak

Kirsten De Mulder:

'Mobiwijzer': a true aid for a sustainable festival, event (location) and tourist attraction

Lucia Ilieva:

Mobility management in tourism regions of car-oriented countries of CEE

Minze Walvius & Frank Eggen:

Mobility Management - part of hospitality

Closing session

Moderator: Robert Stussi

Robert Thaler (EPOMM President)

ECOMM Conclusions

ECOMM award: Bianca Kaczor and Carlos Sousau

Best international transfer of good practice

Handover to the ECOMM 2015: Mark Degenkamp

Presentation of Utrecht

Closing session all slides including intermittent moderator slides