Micromobility Hub: Behaviours and Attitudes around Micromobility
Is there a role for innovation in promoting more active travel? We know being more active is good for our mental and physical health but how can innovation nudge behaviours, so it becomes a more dominant form of travel? In this webinar we will be joined by Jenna Panter, Cambridge University and Vivacity Labs to discuss the technology and behavioural changes that need to happen so active travel is pervasive and becomes a routine.
Micromobility modes of travel and active travel require the right digital and physical infrastructure to be in place. Whether on wheels or by foot, users need options that are safe, efficient and reduce their carbon footprint.
Webinar recording is now available
Join the discussion in KTN’s Micromobilty Hub which is kicking off with three hour-long webinars where delegates can share best practice and identify barriers and opportunities to adoption and implementation. These short sessions are designed to empower innovators and Local Authorities to be well-placed to deliver active travel solutions.
Who should attend?
- Local Authorities
- E-scooter suppliers
- Digital and Data specialists
- Business Model design experts
- Integrated Transport experts
Webinars in this series
- 16th July | E-scooters best practice
- 23rd July | Behaviours and Attitudes around Micromobility
- 30th July | Infrastructure Investment for Micromobility and Active Travel