We regret to inform that the 10th International Cities for Mobility Congress has been cancelled, due the ongoing global coronavirus outbreak. We trust you are staying safe and at home. For those of you who can, we invite you to go outside and have a daily walk, and to observe your city from a different perspective. It is a chance to ask ourselves, which kind of city we want to live in. Despite the disruption, the entire team is still working hard to prepare the next event. We are staying optimistic that our 10th international congress will go ahead soon, one way or another, so please stay in touch. We will inform you once we know the dates and topics of the next congress. We hope to see you soon in Stuttgart.All the best and please take care, Your coordination team, Wolfgang Forderer, Patrick Daude, Nicolas Leyva
The City of Stuttgart organized the First Car-free Day in cooperation with the municipal event agency in.Stuttgart on September 22, 2019 in the city centre. The numerous activities – from a cargo bike roadshow, a bike safety parcour for kids to pedestrian events and dance perfomances – took place along the main artery Theodor-Heus-Strasse which was closed on the same day for car traffic. The main objective was to show that public space must be recovered for pedestrians, cyclists and other sustainable mobility actions in order to create a more liveable environment on our streets and neighborhoods. More information about the event can be found under https://www.stuttgart.de/theo-autofrei.
The City of Stuttgart organizes in cooperation with the Economic Promotion Department of the Stuttgart Region the Third E-Mobility Action Day (AtEm) on September 22, 2019 in the city centre on the Marktplatz and Karslplatz squares. The event which was organized for the first time in 2017 in the framework of the International Electric Vehicle Symposium (EVS30), is addressed to the broad public offering a large programme for parents and their kids as well as useful information on electric vehicles (two- and four wheelers, cargo bikes, etc.).
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