Session B2: EcoMobility Alliance: Effective partnerships for cities on the move

Summary
EcoMobility is travel through integrated, socially inclusive, and environmentally-friendly transport options, including and integrating walking, cycling, wheeling, and passenging. By enabling citizens and organizations to access goods, services, and information in a sustainable manner, EcoMobility supports citizens’ quality of life, increases travel choices, and promotes social cohesion.
In this session, innovative concepts for promoting EcoMobility in cities will be presented and experiences shared on their implemention, evaluation and financing. Challenges and opportunities to advance sustainable urban mobility from different regions will be discussed.

Envisaged outcomes
Participants will develop their understanding of:

  • What EcoMobility is
  • Successful sustainable urban mobility strategies
  • Relevance of partnerships between local governments, experts, expert institutions, public and entrepreneurs
  • Services and benefits of joining the ICLEI EcoMobility Alliance.

 

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Presentations

Compact city centered on public transportation
Jun Nakamura, Vice Mayor, City of Toyama, Japan

Transportation oriented development: Boulder Junction TOD
Matthew Appelbaum, Mayor, City of Boulder, United States

Electric Mobility: Partnerships, achievements and challenges
Kang Woo-Dae, Director, City of Changwon, Republic of Korea

Integrated transport planning in Kaohsiung

Shyh-Fang Liu, Consultant / City’s Policy Advisor, Kaohsiung City Government, Chinese Taipei

Creation of a people-centered Complete Street

Cheol-wan Park, Director (former),Green Capital Promotion Agency of Cheongju

 

 

 

EcoMobile City
Location: DDP, Fashion Art Hall Date: 9 April 2015 Time: 15:45 - 17:15 Santhosh Kodukula Santhosh Kodukula Cheol-wan Park Cheol-wan Park Mr Kang Woo-Dae Kang Jun Nakamura Matthew_Appelbaum Matthew Appelbaum Ching-Fu Chen