• NEW SUMP Topic Guide Mobility Management now available!

    EPOMM participated in the 3rd Policy Support Group of the CIVITAS ELEVATE Coordination and Support Action to develop a  Topic Guide on Integrating Mobility Management for Public and Private Organisations into SUMPs.

    With SUMPs and mobility management both seeking to achieve the same overall goal, measures associated with mobility management form an essential part of any SUMP. 

    The SUMP Topic Guide proposes a selection of key recommendations and includes a variety of good practice examples from all over Europe, highlighting the benefits of better integrating mobility management for public and private organisations into SUMPs for the 5 following areas: urban development, public authorities, companies, the education sector, as well as the tourism and leisure sectors.

    Now available for download on ELTIS!

  • APRIL 2023 - THE PEP Partnership and klimaaktiv mobil Conference

    Boosting active mobility and mobility management for climate friendly, healthy and energy saving mobility in Europe” – a contribution to THE PEP relay race workshop series.

    the pep

    How can we develop active, health-promoting mobility and climate-friendly mobility management? What can cities and municipalities, businesses, the tourism sector and educational institutions do to make their own mobility climate-friendly and health-promoting? Which supporting initiatives for active, climate-friendly mobility management on a national and EU level are necessary and need to be expanded? Which contributions can the Transport, Health and Environment Pan European Programme (THE PEP) make?

    These important questions concerning the mobility transition will be discussed at the THE PEP Partnership & klimaaktiv mobil conference from 25-27 April 2023 in Vienna. Another focus of the conference will be the exchange of experiences and best practice examples from Austria and Europe. The new extended funding options of the klimaaktiv mobil programme for active mobility and mobility management for Austria‘s cities and municipalities, businesses and tourism as well as educational institutions will be presented.

    The conference will be opened by Leonore Gewessler, Austrian Federal Minister for Climate Action, Environment, Energy, Mobility, Innovation and Technology and Johannes Rauch, Austrian Federal Minister for Social Affairs, Health, Care and Consumer Protection, in a strategy dialogue with Frans Timmermans, Executive Vice-President European Commission (tbc), Olga Algayerova, Executive Secretary of the UNECE, Francesca Racioppi, WHO European Centre for Environment and Health, Karlheinz Kopf, Secretary General of the Austrian Federal Economic Chamber and Manuel Marsilio, General Manager Confederation of the European Bicycle Industry.

    Important Note for THE PEP Focal Points and Members of THE PEP Partnerships

    The meetings of THE PEP Partnership on active mobility, THE PEP Partnership on child- and youth-friendly mobility and of the Ad-hoc Working Group on THE PEP Strategy will take place on 27 April 2023 in parallel sessions at the conference venue. Furthermore, THE PEP Partnership on sustainable tourism mobility will meet ahead of the conference on 24 and 25 April 2023.

    Additionally, a Meeting of the EU Expert Group Urban Mobility, Sub Group Active Mobility and Vulnerable Road Users will take place on 24 and 25 April 2023.You will find more information on the European THE PEP relay race and conference and the back to back meetings in the conference programme.

    Please register by 19 April 2023 at the latest. The number of participants is limited, first come first serve.

    Privacy Policy
    The personal data you provide will be processed for the purpose of registration and implementation of the event (Legal basis in Austria: fulfilment of a contract pursuant to Art. 6 para. 1 lit b DSGVO). Information on data protection can be found in our privacy policy statement:

    Image rights release
    During the event, film and sound recordings as well as photos will be taken and used for public relations or news coveragepurposes free of charge.

    Green Event
    We aim to organise the event in accordance with the criteria of the Austrian Ecolabel for Green Meetings/Green Events. Travelling to the event by public transport or bicycle is therefore very important to us.


    25-27 April 2023
    Austrian Economic Chamber (WKO)
    Julius Raab Hall Wiedner Hauptstrasse 63
    1040 Vienna


    PDF version: Conference programme

  • August 2022 - the 3rd edition of EPOMM fact sheets is online!

    Read about E-mobility management in France, Austria and Portugal and download the fact sheet here:

  • June 2022 - The ECOMM 2022 successfully took place in Turku!

    Around 250 participants from all over the world gathered in Turku (FI) to be inspired by the presentations and discussions at the 25th ECOMM in June 2022. What an inspiring opportunity being able to meet in person again to discuss, share talk walk dance enjoy together... made a real difference!

    Find more info and all presentations for download here.

  • ECOMM 2021 - Presentations available online

    Despite all challenges, the ECOMM 2021 successfully took place online with over 200 participants. Please find all ECOMM 2021 presentations here:

    ECOMM 2021 team Cascais

  • February 2022 - Welcome on board of EPOMM, Malta!!

    On 24th of February 2022, Malta joined the European Platform on Mobility Management (EPOMM), during the ‘Sustainable Transport: Together Towards Cleaner Solutions’ Conference organised by the Risk Management, Policy and EU Affairs Department within Transport Malta.

    The role of the EPOMM as network of national ministries and authorities working together to further develop and promote mobility management on local and national level as well as in the EU, is important today and will be even more important in the future.

    The membership was signed by Mr. Robert Thaler, EPOMM President and Vice Chariman of THE PEP, and Mr. Joseph Bugeja, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Authority for Transport in Malta.

    signature of membership agreement


    "Our sincere congratulations and a warm welcome to Malta as a new member of EPOMM in the name of all EPOMM members. We are looking forward to a fruitful cooperation and joint initiatives with all of you!"  - Robert Thaler, EPOMM President

  • November 2021- Welcome note of the EPOMM President to ICOMM 2021

    The Italian Conference on Mobility Management and Sustainable Mobility is the fundamental moment of reflection for the main national actors involved in the processes of urban mobility management in Italy.

    Listen to the Welcome note of the EPOMM President DI Robert Thaler:

    welcome note_screenshot


  • ECOMM 2022 - Be sustainable Mobility!

    The main theme BE INSIPIRED by… sustainable mobility! The theme covers all topics from mobility management to traffic data and the new use of urban space. The call for the conference presentations will open in November welcoming inspiring presentations that focus on reaching the ambitions climate mitigation goals and enable the sustainable modal shift in practice. The compact size and versatile venues in the city create a functional, pleasant environment for ECOMM 2022 on 31 May - 2 June 2022 – so save the dates!

    ecomm 2022 - turku

    Turku is a veritable treasure chest for the visitor: here you will find eye-pleasing archipelago landscapes, modern city life, the peacefulness of the countryside and high-quality services. Not only is Turku the first capital on Finland but has the soul of an international culture capital in the approachable setting of a small city. Explore more!

    The Call for Presentations is extended and open until 10th of December 2021, 23:59 CET

    Download the Call for Presentations 2022 here

    Download the application form for invites sessions here


  • ECOMM 2021 - live streamed from Cascais on 24 -25 November!

    The Municipality of Cascais has canceled all indoor events until the end of this year but is still driven by the strong wish to showcase the innovative projects, ideas and solutions, that have been submitted for a presentation on-site. Dive into the online world of creative and sustainable ideas for the Beginning of a New Era:

    More than ever, the goal of achieving sustainable transport modes putting users first and providing them with more affordable, accessible, healthier, and cleaner alternatives to their current mobility habits and patterns. Automated and connected multimodal mobility must play an increasing role, together with smart traffic management systems offered by digitalization. On the other hand, it is crucial to think and plan the cities, in order to ensure the essential services and proximity functions, equipment, and identity, while simultaneously creating spaces that are adjustable and flexible to support fast changes.

    How to ensure affordability, accessibility and safety for all? Which strategies must be employed to reduce the need to travel? How to implement mobility hubs to induce co-mobility and shared mobility, integrating several modes of transport as well as creating urban spaces and greener environments? How to afford Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems?

    Considering the necessary deep changes in economy, society, policy, environment and technology, our future depends on the lessons we will learn from the moment we are living today and ECOMM 2021 wants to actively encourage the discussion and exchange on the Beginning of a New Era at European level.

  • June 2021 - Watch the latest EPOMM webinar in the frame of the 5th PEP meeting!

    The webinar Mobility Management - a long runner also in times of digitalisation and electrification took place in the frame of the 5th High-level Ministerial Meeting of the Transport, Health and Environment Pan-European Programme (THE PEP), held on 17-18 May 2021.

    pep webinarStarting under the name of “transport demand management”, MM    as a concept has accompanied all kind of stakeholders in Europe since long now. 

    But just in times of a pandemic, electrification, digitalisation & MaaS (Mobility as a Service) Mobility Management has its eligibility and is more relevant than ever, for it tackles all the behavioural issues that are raised by new technologies and developments of all kind, operating on a human scale.

    EPOMM, klimaaktiv mobil, successes during the pandemic and WHO policies supporting healthy urban transport and mobility in the context of COVID-19 are presented and discussed in this webinar.


    Robert Thaler, Chairman of THE PEP and EPOMM President
    Reinhard Jellinek, Programm Manager klimaaktiv mobil
    Iris Ehrnleitner, Austrian Federal Ministry for Climate Action
    Melanie Schade, Vice President EPOMM
    Nino Sharashidze, WHO
    Rui Velasco, IMT - Institute for Mobility and Transport,
    Portugal Joris Marrel, Centre d'études et d'expertise sur les risques, l'environnement, la mobilité et l'aménagement (CEREMA)
    Cedric Boussuge, CEREMA
    Jorrit Nijhuis, Ministry of Infrastructure and Environment, The Netherlands

    Watch the lively and exciting session here!