Between fish sandwiches and multi-storey car parks – what can we learn from Hamburg?
Hamburg has become a place where not only is the future of mobility being discussed but also, together with various stakeholders, visions are being turned into reality. Both technical and social innovations play a role in developing the city in a smart way. In Hamburg, the future of mobility is sustainable, multimodal and connected. Senator Dr Anjes Tjarks will report on Hamburg’s trophy projects, his plans to turn Hamburg into a cycling city and Hamburg’s role models. What can other local communities learn from Hamburg? Dr Philine Gaffron from Hamburg University of Technology will provide supplementary perspectives and explanations and explain what moves Hamburg. Caroline Stüdemann from Viva con Agua will provide a view from the outside; as a citizen and committed chief executive, she will look at the traffic trends in Hamburg from the perspective of a user. Together with our prominent guests, we will discuss the view of the citizens and how they perceive their city as cyclists. With hanseatic charme, well-known Hamburg citizens will look at the mobility metropolis of Hamburg from new angles.
Dr Anjes Tjarks, Authority for Transport and New Mobility of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg
Carolin Stüdemann, Viva con Agua de Sankt Pauli e.V.
Dr Philine Gaffron, Institute of Transport Planning and Logistics, Hamburg University of Technology
Henrik Falk, Hamburger Hochbahn AG
Discussion leader: Valeska Homburg and Arndt Breitfeld<< back Go to Programme overview