Finally, the wait has come to an end. After a 3-year break because of COVID, we’re once again bringing together mobility experts and practitioners from around the world. They meet in Stuttgart for the 10th time to exchange knowhow and discuss the topics critical to quality of life and the development of mobility in cities. This year’s edition of the Cities for Mobility Congress focuses on the increasingly critical competition for urban space.
Solving the urban space puzzle
With countless different mobility modes competing for space (together with dozens of other city functions), finding a way to prioritize one over the other might very well be one of the key questions for cities. This is what the 2023 edition of the Congress is all about.
200 experts meet
The Cities for Mobility community is a peer-driven group of experts from around the world. Experience their annual Congress and its unique hands-on focus, the casual environment, and – with only 200 spaces available – the perfect size for meaningful networking.
The anniversary Congress edition features a full-day program with a variety of inspiring speakers and engaging formats. You find the detailed program here.
Join fellow experts from around the world in discussing the critical challenge of how cities should (and do) distribute scarce space. Meet inspiring speakers like:
- Gil Peñalosa, Toronto
- Bronwen Thornton, London
- Amanda Ngabirano, Kampala
- Carlos Pardo, Bogotá
- Clarisse Linke, Rio de Janeiro
- Miguel Gaspar, Lisbon
- Karen Vankluysen, Brussels
- and many more …
Attending the Congress
The Cities for Mobility Congress is an exclusive invitation-only event for mobility experts from around the world. To apply for one of the 200 seats, send us a message.
Linking to Urban Future 2023
As a Cities for Mobility attendee, you will also have the opportunity to combine the Congress with Europe’s largest event for sustainable cities. We’ll provide you with a complimentary pass to Urban Future 2023 in Stuttgart (June 21-23) – and a chance to meet more than 2,500 urban shapers from hundreds of cities.