AT Osborne shared best practices of reslient and integrated mobility systems during the 100RC Urban Resilence Summit 2019.
Over the past years AT Osborne has gained a lot of experience in resilient and integrated mobility systems. Floris Bakermans and Pau Lian Staal have been invited to the global 100RC Urban Resilience Summit 2019 to share their best practices with professionals from around the globe. We thank 100RC for giving AT Osborne the chance to elaborate on the governance and financing of smart and integrated mobility services, applications and innovation from a government’s perspective.
We will continue committing and connecting public authorities, private parties, knowledge institutions and end-users to facilitate next steps in a much needed integrated mobility system. A system in which – according to us – the following 4 layers have to be adressed at the same time: (1) Mobility services & MaaS, (2) Travel services & (Public) Transport, (3)Traffic management services, (4) Infrastructure, hubs and area development/ land use. We will continue sharing our best practices from around the globe from a very practical and on-the-job perspective. Therefore please join our initiative to exchange best practices in the excellence and readiness of smart mobility projects and programmes (SMAT) across the globe.