Smart & liveable cities & territories

How can city planners and public-private decision makers could build more livable cities and territories optimizing smart city concepts, mobility infrastructures and services and available data, ensuring easy access to mobility for everyone?

Accesible transport for smart cities

Accessible, safe and convenient transportation systems are considered a pre-condition for liveable cities, besides affordable housing, air quality, job opportunities, etc.

The central debate is about finding the smart solutions that create such condition with a collaborative approach amongst technologists, urban planners and citizen representatives.

Confirmed Speakers

Meet the speakers who will speak about the Smart and Livable Cities and Territories Itinerary.

Building and plants


Urbanism – Housing – Zezs - Smart Park – Health – Governance – Renaturalization – Decarbonization – Emmissions – Design- Smart – Digital – Green – Affordability – Inclusivity – Health-Digital Twins

  • Intelligent city performance and mobility platforms (data hubs) for smart city governance, enabling different mobility modes for better service and urban organization.
  • Zero Emission Zones (ZEZ’s) to reduce urban traffic congestion, improve air quality and encourage electric vehicle use. Public transport as the backbone of local mobility strategies.
  • Promoting Multimodality and micro-mobility alternative transportation to last – mile solutions for a more equitable and accessible peri-urban and rural underserved areas.
  • Waste management: underground infrastructure for transportation, logistics and utilities for a more efficient use of ground space.
  • Promoting Public-private city “use cases” to achieve specific mobility goals and solutions.
  • Start city “building from scratch” is the new and ambitious approach to fully arrive to real livable cities? Is this realistic? Could be used to improve existing cities?
  • How to integrate safe, inclusive, efficient and affordable mobility solutions to ensure a better planning process? Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans (SUMPs).
  • Influencing citizens attitudes and travel behavior by combining "soft measures" and "hard measures".

Related sectors

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Smart urban & rural mobility
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Public transport & intermodal urban mobility
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Safe, inclusive and accesible mobility

Leading the discourse

8 itineraries to content leadership, challenges and solutions of sustainable mobility will be led.