• inOut - Let’s design new mobility solutions

    Rennes - Frankrijk

    inOut is a unique initiative around new mobility. inOut brings together everyone who wants to invent and explore tomorrow’s mobility. How? By acting as an information hub, experimentation platform, network of key stakeholders and professionals – through the [IN] – and test area for all citizens to learn and experience new mobility solutions – through the [OUT] 


    - Bulgarije

    Bringing together city leaders from across the globe to showcase how smarter cities will lead the way to a healthier & more sustainable future.

  • SHARED MOBILITY - 2nd World Conference

    Warsaw - Polen

  • International Transport Forum 2021

    Leipzig - Duitsland

    Transport Innovation for Sustainable Development

  • Walk 21


  • Urbanism Next Europe 2021

    Rotterdam - Nederland

    The POLIS Network, the Urbanism Next Center at The University of Oregon, the New Mobility Alliance and TNO  have rescheduled Urbanism Next Europe to June 9, 10 and 11, 2021. The event will be hosted online.

  • Walk/Bike/Places


    Walk/Bike/Places strives to be the most informative and progressive active transportation conference in North America.

  • ECOMM 2021 - postponed to 15 - 17 September 2021

    Cascais - Portugal

    ECOMM is a global event, the true meeting place for everyone involved in mobility management and every year attracts between 300 and 400 experts. Throughout its 23 editions it has been placed in numerous countries and cities and Cascais, due to its pioneering and interest in this matter, was the place chosen to host the 24th edition.

  • Urban Future global conference 2021

    Rotterdam - Nederland

    Whether you want to get cars off of streets, to become the new cycling capital, or to encourage more men to take public transport, you’ll soon run into both systemic and behavioural obstacles. Learn how to overcome them: by, for and with the next generation.

  • REAL CORP 2021

    vienna - Oostenrijk

    26th International Conference on Urban Planning and Regional Development
    in the Information Society