Mobility (workshop #3)

The marked decline in traffic and the considerable improvement in air quality that followed the lockdown periods proved that environmentally friendly means of transport and sustainable mobility are essential to achieving the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Moreover, the pandemic has convinced several municipal administrations to speed up ambitious projects in the field of sustainable mobility and has initiated a general reflection on the distribution of space between users in historical centers, including the 15-minute city policies.


Case studies

  • Vienna (Austria)
  • Vilnius (Lithuania)


18 March 2021
10:00 am (Quebec time) /
15:00 pm (Paris time)


  • Plenary (introduction)

Welcoming of the participants on the online platform, presentation of the topic and how the workshop works

  • Session (case study)

Presentation of a case study to stimulate reflections and exchanges

  • Discussions

Discussion between participants based on the case study presentation and the general topic of the workshop

  • Plenary (conclusion)

General comments and end of the workshop

Facilitation by #MEET4IMPACT

Jacques blanchet
Cofounder of #MEET4IMPACT
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Candice Bauné
Researcher at #MEET4IMPACT
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More information about this workshop

Félix Rousseau
Cultural heritage advisor
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