How will mobility look like after the pandemic? – ECOMM 2021

The European Conference on Mobility Management (ECOMM) is an annual global event attracting between 300 and 400 experts and professionals. This year – for the second time – it took place online on 24 and 25 November 2021 hosted by the city of Cascais. Mobilissimus, for the fourth time, was represented by its professionals.

Noémi Szabó, urban planner at Mobilissimus, gave a presentation in the “Active and electric” session. In her presentation, titled “Is COVID-19 a game-changer for active mobility? Data analysis and policy responses from Hungary”, she talked about the changes in mobility in Budapest and Szeged during and after the first lockdown. The traffic data from Szeged is accessible thanks to the traffic counting system, based on an innovative technology, which was set up within the SASMob Szeged project.

András Ekés, managing director of Mobilissimus, was part of the session titled “Beginning a New Era – Accelerating shifting to sustainably mobility”. In his presentation, titled “Quickly understanding the new normal - Pandemic as an incentive for a completely renewed and attractive bus service in Nyíregyháza (Hungary)”, he talked about the conditions of the quick adaptation to the new normal in mobility and the renewed bus network in Nyíregyháza planned by Mobilissimus.

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