"Decarbonisation of Road Transport"
Jun
7
12:00 am00:00

"Decarbonisation of Road Transport"

  • Representation of the Free State of Bavaria to the EU

In the context of the Commission's strategy on low-emission mobility and the revision of the Regulation 333/2014/EC, following the dieselgate, the Forum for Mobility & Society would like to discuss the issues of vehicle CO2 emissions. 
You are cordially invited to take part in the event and to contribute to finding a solution in reducing the CO2 emissions.

"Together for safer roads in Europe"
Dec
6
11:30 am11:30

"Together for safer roads in Europe"

  • Thon EU Hotel

Ahead of the EU High-Level Conference on road safety that will take place in March 2017, the Forum for Mobility & Society would like to discuss possible measures, actions and commitments which could help to increase the safety of European roads. You are cordially invited to take part in the debate and give your input so that together we make European roads safer.

FMS debate on “Mobility as a Service”
Jun
13
5:00 pm17:00

FMS debate on “Mobility as a Service”

  • Stanhope Hotel

MEP Schaldemose and the Forum for Mobility and Society are pleased to invite you to a debate on Mobility as a Service (MaaS). MaaS is a distribution model in which people’s transportation needs are met over one interface and are offered by a single service provider regrouping multiple transport solutions. Panellists will explore how to create a European market for mobility roaming and the deployment of MaaS.

ITS, Connected Mobility, and Data Economy
Mar
15
12:00 pm12:00

ITS, Connected Mobility, and Data Economy

  • 77 Rue Wiertz Bruxelles, Bruxelles, 1000 Belgium

On 15 March, MEPs Adina-Ioana Vălean (EPP, RO) and Henna Virkkunen (EPP, FI) hosted a Forum for Mobility and Society lunch debate on “ITS, Connected Mobility, and the Data Economy”. The event gathered 120 stakeholders from the automotive, mobile, and IT industries as well as consumer representatives and regulators to discuss vehicle data, which will be at the heart of new mobility models and Intelligent Transport System (ITS) deployment.

Seminar on Autonomous Driving
Dec
10
12:00 pm12:00

Seminar on Autonomous Driving

  • Hilton Munich Airport

On 10 December, Elzbieta Bienkowska, European Commissioner for Industry, took a ride in a fully autonomous car at a Forum for Mobility and Society event designed to highlight the role that driverless cars could play in enabling safer and more efficient mobility, while also addressing challenges posed by this new technology.

Breakfast-debate on sharing mobility
Jun
2
8:30 am08:30

Breakfast-debate on sharing mobility

On 2 June 2015, top EU policymakers endorsed the sharing economy as a positive disruptive force in the EU. MEP Michael Cramer, Chairman of the European Parliament Transport & Tourism Committee, as well as Nikolaus von Peter, representing the European Commissioner for Transport’s cabinet, discussed with representatives from industry and NGOs about the societal impacts of the sharing economy, as well as possible options for regulation on the matter.

 

Lunch-debate 'CARS 2020: what's next?'
Apr
15
12:00 pm12:00

Lunch-debate 'CARS 2020: what's next?'

  • European Parliament, Members' Salon

On 15 April 2015, Vice-President of the European Parliament Adina-Ioana Vălean hosted a lunch debate organised by the Forum for Mobility and Society. The lunch featured guest speakers Carlo Pettinelli, Director for Sustainable Growth and EU 2020 of DG GROWTH of the European Commission, Steve Newsome, Head of EU and International Affairs of Transport for London, and Antonio Perlot, Secretary-General of ACEM, the trade representative of motorcycle manufacturers. Also present were Members of Parliament Adam Gierek and Merja Kyllönen.

Breakfast on Road Safety and Infrastructure
Feb
26
8:00 am08:00

Breakfast on Road Safety and Infrastructure

  • European Parliament, Members' Salon

On 26 February, MEP Inés Ayala Sender (S&D, ES), member of the Transport Committee, hosted a breakfast debate on road safety and infrastructure. At the event, high level decision-makers and stakeholders exchanged views on the safety of Europe's road network and how to achieve the best possible safety standards in a way that makes economic and financial sense.
At the breakfast, additional speakers included Szabolcs Schmidt, Head of Road Safety Unit, European Commission; Nicole van Nes, Project Leader, SWOV and Stephen Stacey, Chairman, EuroRAP.