26 July, Friday, 09.00 AM
Main Hall

Planning and design for sustainable urban mobility and smart Cities

Smart mobility refers to using modes of transportation alongside or even instead of owning a gas-powered vehicle. This can take on many different forms, including ride-sharing, car-sharing, public transportation, walking, biking, and more. The need for Smart mobility arose out of increasing traffic congestion and its related side effects, including pollution, fatalities, and wasted time. In this blog post, we’ll answer the question “What is smart mobility?” and explain how it connects to a smart city.

This lecture, held by Prof. Colleoni and Dr. Simone Caiello will focus on the most recent processes urban environments face nowadays, from the increase of the urbanization trend to the parallel development of mobility flows and networks following and enhancing this phenomenon.



  • World and urban population increase

  • New urban morphology and meta-cities

  • Mobility increase and city attractiveness

  • Sustainable urban mobility policies and planning

  • Laboratory activity with the participants

    MaaS (Mobility as a Service: concepts, examples, pros and cons) • Changing Behaviour (nudging and boosting in behaviour change strategies)