November 25, 2022
10th Florence intermodal forum: Creating a common European Mobility Data Space
Transforming Europe into a climate neutral economy by 2050 in line with the European Green Deal places a particular responsibility on the transport sector, which accounts for a quarter of the Union’s total greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Specifically, transport will have to collectively reduce its GHG emissions by 90% by mid-century compared to 1990 levels. To this end, the European Commission’s Sustainable and Smart Mobility Strategy (2020) underlines that decarbonising transport while rendering it safer, more efficient and accessible requires advancing digitalisation and enhancing the use of data in all modes of transport across both the passenger and freight segments.
Against this backdrop, the 10th Florence Intermodal Forum, jointly organised by the Transport Area of the Florence School of Regulation and the European Commission’s DG MOVE (B4 Unit Sustainable and Intelligent Transport), will bring together relevant stakeholders representing policymakers, regulatory authorities, transport service providers, industry players, digital platforms and data sharing initiatives from different levels (from local to international). The Forum will offer a timely platform for the exchange of views on the key existing initiatives, opportunities and challenges to building a common European mobility data space. Stakeholders will be invited to identify existing mobility data sharing initiatives, gaps, overlaps and potential common building blocks.
For more details: fsr.eui.eu
Date(s): November 25, 2022
9:00 am - 4:15 pm