Defining the roadmap ahead for the ENOLL mobility working group
The second meeting of the mobility working group of ENOLL was held on February the 2nd. During the 2 hours meeting 42 participants of 35 different organizations interchanged views on the priorities of the mobility living labs for the years to come.
In the first part of the meeting a brief introduction to the mobility working group was provided, being nicely complemented by a presentation of the ENOLL Action Oriented Task Forces and the main achievements of the one dedicated to AI by Fernando Vilariño, Chairperson of ENOLL and leader of the Task Force. An initial mapping of the participants was also presented during the first part, were two main profiles were identified: university and research centres dealing with policy design in large areas and living lab eco-systems with a strong focus on societal aspects of the mobility services and citizens science in more concentrated areas. The mapping exercise is still open at http://bit.ly/3i3eRr2
The second part was dedicated to the main topics identified during the kick-off-meeting. A total of 6 parallel sessions, distributed in two panels and moderated by the core team of the ENOLL mobility working group were held. Mobility services, shared mobility and city logistics were the vertical themes discussed in panel 1, while panel 2 was dedicated to horizontal aspects such as impact assessment / social acceptance, implementation pathways and market opportunities. The input received during these sessions will be the basis for drafting the roadmap of the working group. In parallel, a follow up exercise to better understand the activities and needs of the mobility living labs in Europe will be executed. If you are interested in this exercise or in following the ENOLL mobility working group please send an email to email@example.com.