Clean air for livable cities 

Environmentally sensitive traffic management in action - recording of the virtual event from 17.12.2020
Liveable cities through reduction of traffic-related air pollution

How do we find the balance between individual mobility demands and a green livable city for all?

Urban areas suffer from increasing traffic. To reduce the related air pollution, cities have to intelligently coordinate needs and traffic modes depending on air pollution and traffic situation.

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What awaits you

In our virtual event series dedicated to "Moving beyond," we take a closer look at the key issues that have a major impact on mobility. We don't just talk about these topics - we actively drive them forward. We talk to experts and show how they can master current and future challenges with innovative solutions - in virtual "live" experiences that set new standards.

Our agenda

  • ITS breakes new ground 
    Video statement by Markus Schlitt, CEO Intelligent Traffic Systems, Siemens Mobility
  • Challenges of green mobility in the city of Munich
    Video statement by Katrin Habenschaden, 2nd Mayor of the City of Munich
  • Our solutions for a dark green footprint
    Video statement by Dr. Maike Schaefer, Mayor of Bremen
  • The future is happening now - What is possible today?
    Presentation on Environmentally Sensitive Traffic Management with Nils Schmidt and Stefan Eckert, responsible for the ITS business for the North respectively the South of Germany
  • Our solutions for a dark green footprint
    Video message from Martin Huber, Head of Transport, City of Hamburg
  • How can we succeed in balancing individual mobility needs with green, livable cities?
    Panel discussion (incl. Q&A) with
    Dr. Petra Beckefeld, Head of Office, Civil Engineering and Surveying Office, Wiesbaden,
    Patric Stieler, Head of Office, Office for Traffic Management Cologne,
    Prof. Dr.-Ing. Klaus Bogenberger, Chair of Traffic Engineering, Technical University of Munich
    Manfred Fuhg, Head of Intelligent Traffic Systems, Siemens Mobility, Germany