What does e-mobility have to do with hospitals and cemeteries?
Will the pandemic speed up or slow down the shift to sustainable urban mobility?
Should be citizens given the same rights as experts in the mobility planning?
How is a bicycle similar to a book?
How can citizens take a rest in the middle of the streets?Spoilt for choice when you move around your city?
Day 1: “RISE AND SHINE”
General trends and topics common among the
How different projects feed into the emerging sustainable mobility patchwork (general introduction of the projects and what they did).
Day 2: “WORK IT OUT”
Interactive workshops on sustainable mobility planning and implementation
Riga is ready for changes: Riga ambition and activities to attractive, convenient and sustainable mobility
Virtual Tours: e-scooters, mobility points, bicycle library, innovative community involvement projects
Day 3: “HEADING TOWARDS THE FUTURE”
Active interaction between the three projects consortia and the wider sustainable mobility community
In addition: the first EVER online mobility party with a DJ, great music, dancing & chit-chat about projects