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Lucie Zvolska

Living Mobility Congress

Living Mobility Congress

On 16th April 2019, Lucie Zvolska from the Urban Sharing team attended a Living Mobility Congress in Amsterdam, which brought together over 300 representatives from mobility businesses, urban planners, the city governments and the academia. The aim of to Congress was to (re)imagine the future of mobility in cities and in new area developments. We heard examples from a number of cities, including London, Mexico City, Amsterdam, the Hague, or Bremen. Read whole blog post on Living Mobility Congress.

Visit to WU Wien

Visit to WU Wien

On 7th December, Lucie Zvolska from the URBAN SHARING team met with sharing and institutional researchers from Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU Wien). She also got to introduce the URBAN SHARING project to Dr. Achim Oberg and PhD student Sebastian Vith, whose interests cover the sharing economy, institutionalism, institutional complexity, and governance theory. The researchers found many synergies between their projects and will look for possibilities to collaborate in the future.

 The URBAN SHARING team will soon discuss possible submissions to the EGOS conference.