Throughout 2020, UIA will run two thematic knowledge activities on housing and mobility. UIA and its Urban Mobility cities (Albertslund, Lathi, Ghent, Toulouse, Szeged) will embark on a tour of capturing how innovation is transforming them, and what other European cities will have to gain when they join the ride. Cross-cutting themes of urban mobility innovation in the 2020s will be highlighted: data and digitalization, behavioural change, and collaboration between public and private actors. Take a look at UIA expert Vanessa Holve’s journal for further knowledge on COMMUTE project in Toulouse, and the collaborative governance model at work to change mobility behaviours. You can find the latest issues of the Journals produced by UIA Experts supporting the 5 projects working on Urban mobility on the UIA Knowledge Lab.
UIA and URBACT will be exploring how cities can design housing policies and practical solutions to implement the right to housing. All UIA cities working on the topic of housing (Brussels Capital Region, Budapest, Ghent, Lyon Metropole, Mataró, and also Nantes and Antwerp, and Athens) will be contributing to the capitalisation activity. Register here and participate to the first web conference focusing on Community-led practices on 24 April.
While waiting for the first results related to these two activities, explore the UIA Knowledge Lab, the new platform gathering all the knowledge and data extracted from UIA projects and capitalisation activities.
- Read the most recent journals of mobility projects written by UIA experts
- All innovative solutions for sustainable urban mobility here
- More insights on housing affordability and sustainable urban mobility on UIA Knowledge Lab.