UNECE organized its annual flagship ITS workshop, this year in Bordeaux during the ITS World Congress 2015, in collaboration with the French Ministry of Ecology (MEDDE) and with the support of the Michelin Challenge Bibendum (MCB). In line with the up-coming COP21, international experts and decision-makers presented how new services in mobility and ITS technologies can improve road safety and transport efficiency as well as be used to mitigate climate change addressing the Lima Paris Action Agenda.
The event consisted of a high-level panel to explore the impact of ITS on sustainable mobility – expectations for the future and discuss the latest developments in ITS and how they can support the shift towards sustainable mobility. A session on ITS for Sustainable Transport and a session on New Services in Mobility followed afterwards.
The concept note and program of the workshop can be found in here.
October 7, 2015
Palais des Congrès of Bordeaux
Francois Guichard (firstname.lastname@example.org)