Setting up modern urban transport infrastructure for the residents to move through all the parts of the city, from the modern business areas to the tiny streets of the historical centre, this is only one of the most pressing challenges the eternal city of Rome is facing.
Follow us for our third peer-learning visit.
USER-CHI is coming into its 3rd year in 2023. It will be undoubtedly an exciting year full of fruitful cooperation towards bringing the electric charging infrastructure in European cities to a new, user-centric level. However, before we get all hyped up for what’s to come, let us look back on the year 2022 and how have we spent it in USER-CHI.
This episode will look at prices because they’re one of the main factors people consider when deciding whether to go electric.
USER-CHI is publishing the Stations of the Future Handbook.
How to manage parking of e-vehicles? How to use open data for mobility planning? How to design user-centric and efficient mobility hubs? USER-CHI partners and city practitionners discussed these issues during a fruitful co-learning worshop in Antwerp, along Eurocities Mobility Forum.
User-friendliness, mobility services, e-mobility strategy, e-bike parking, inductive charging, urban space planning… This is only a short list of what USER-CHI cities discussed during the peer-learning visit hosted by Area Metropolitana de Barcelona (AMB) on 8 and 9 November 2022.
In this first episode of the series, we met with Julia Poliscanova, Senior Director for E-mobility at Transport & Environment and Thomas Neumann, Policy Manager at AVERE, the European Association for Electromobility to discuss the concept of the e-revolution and the challenges behind it.
USER-CHI project, by focusing on users’ needs and facilitating access to charging infrastructure, is right on point with the challenges addressed during the EUSEW session.