Delegation: Optimizing and Integrating Urban Mobility Networks


Date
05/20/2019 -05/24/2019
Venue
Mainz, Cologne, and Stuttgart
Germany
Registration Info

All spots on this trip have been filled.


The core of the program will connect German and American organizations, companies, and institutions in the field of urban mobility networks and sustainability through targeted roadshow series in the US and delegation trips to Germany. The program establishes an exchange for best-practices focused on know-how transfer, technology development, best practices, case studies and much more.

Benefits of Joining the Delegation Trip:

  • Establish transatlantic contacts to internationalize your organization and its stakeholders
  • Benefit from the best-practice exchange between organizations in Germany and the US
  • Learn and experience firsthand how German cities integrate and optimize their transport network to foster a culture of urban mobility
  • Meet with your German “counterparts” in meetings and site visits specifically arranged for our delegation
  • Enjoy German hospitality and culture

Program Details:

The delegation trip will offer 15 select participants the opportunity to explore Germany during an intensive 5-day trip. Participants are responsible for their own air fare to and from Germany. Overnight stays, meals, cultural activities, entrance fees and transportation are part of the program agenda while in Germany and are covered by the program.

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Presentations:

Mainz: Urban mobility concepts using Mainz as an example – challenges and opportunities

Mainz: Construction of „Mainzelbahn“ Best pactices and lessons learned

Mainz: Mainz cooperating with other Transit authorities, transport carriers and state level authorities

Cologne: Mobility development in Cologne

Stuttgart: Challenges and solutions in Stuttgart

Stuttgart: Verband Region Stuttgart

Ludwigsburg: Digitalization according to a sustainable and worth living society

Ludwigsburg: Corporate Mobility Management

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