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Innovation in mass passenger transport
This virtual meeting will help understand how innovation in transport is promoted from the perspective of different stakeholders. The following will participate:
CEO of H2SITE
Luciano Strucchi y
Project and Product Managers at Iomob
Borja Olazabal Toro
Councilor for Sustainable Development, Mobility and Sports. Irun City Council
Antoni Poveda Zapata
Mayor of Sant Joan Despí and Transportation and Mobility Vice-Presidente of the Barcelona Metropolitan Area (AMB)
Director of the Division for Transport Studies and Technologies (MITMA)
Deputy Mayor and Councillor for Mobility and Sustainability at Bilbao City Council
DeustoTech Deputy Director and researcher at DSM (Deusto Smart Mobility) Group
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It is an essential pillar of the event insofar as its spirit reflects the nature of the public-private collaboration that defines SUM Bilbao. This second edition offers an opportunity to reflect on the commitments acquired in 2019 and to further cement the bid for sustainable mobility.
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H.M. King Felipe VI to officially open SUM Bilbao 2021
H.M King Felipe VI will be opening the 2021 edition of SUM Bilbao Congress on 6 October at Euskalduna Conference Centre in Bilbao. King Felipe will officially open this two-day
Buenos Aires: Integrated Mobility Management System
Buenos Aires once had a complex ecosystem of traffic control devices from diverse disconnected technologies. These systems were operated by different government sectors and agencies, and mobility was managed in