Join for the whole day or choose the session that interest you the most
The partners of Stronger Combined will be presenting during the whole day on the 18 of November, the conference starts at 9:30 and ends around 15:45. So, join for the whole day or tune in to the broadcast on the sessions that interest you the most.
The topics that will be presented are:
This session will focus on technical solutions and how it can be used for optimizing public transport with emphasis on open data and id-based ticketing standards.
Hallandstrafiken has through Stronger Combined developed id-based ticketing and will present how it has worked, its challenges and further insights.
Furthermore, open data enables innovation for those who consume traffic. With open data, anyone can build a website or an app that makes public transport easier, smarter, or more convenient. But did you know that open data also enables other innovations? During this session Train Brain will present how they have used open data to build AI-solutions that give public transport new capabilities in real-time simulation and real-time optimisation.
Finally, open data only creates value when it is used. Stronger Combined partner Samtrafiken will present their data portal Trafiklab and how it creates value for Sweden's public transport by spreading both open data and knowledge about this data, for all public transport throughout Sweden.
Presenters for this session are: Hallandstrafiken, TrainBrain and Samtrafiken.
Mobility hubs with an important role for the (e-)bike
This session will explore ways to tackle mobility and sustainability challenges through offering mobility hubs with the important component of bike sharing systems as an alternative to private vehicles.
Within Stronger Combined several bike sharing systems pilots have been launched. In this session we will give insights into those pilots and present a guide on how to set up the best bike sharing system. As well as how to find smart mobility solutions in form of mobility hubs for residents in a rural area with limited supply of public transport.
Additionally, the partners of the Interregproject SHARE-north will present a guide specifically for planners and municipal decision makers to make the galaxy of shared mobility a bit easier to understand. The guide covers all the basics of shared mobility – from the different forms and definitions to the impacts and potentials of carsharing, ridesharing, bikesharing, Mobility as a Service, mobility hubs and more!
Presenters for this session areRegion Värmland, HiTrans, Dienstverlenende Vereniging Westhoek, Genk and guest speaker from SHARE-North.
Interoperability and multimodality in rural, small town and tourist regions
This session explores ways to support sustainable travel in rural areas, small rural towns and tourist regions.
Within the Stronger Combined project, several types of mobility solutions have been developed that aim to promote sustainable modal choices primarily via increased use of public transportation and which can improve accessibility for rural populations and tourists, mainly via novel services that complement existing public transport networks.
This session includes presentations from three living labs from the Stronger Combined project. The focus will be on new partnerships and contracts to support interoperability and mobility, multimodal platforms and new multimodal service offers.
Presenters for this session are: Publiek Vervoer, Skive and HiTrans
Challenges Related to Covid
The Covid 19 pandemic brought significant challenges and disruption to the public transport sector. Whilst passengers have been returning to services, the patronage levels are not yet at where they were pre-pandemic.
From the Stronger Combined perspective, the pandemic impacted on the implementation of the pilot projects, but equally the delay offered an opportunity to shape their scope to meet the changing needs. This session will present the Stronger Combined partners’ experiences and consider how MaaS can play a key role in the delivery of effective rural transport services in a post-Covid environment.
Presenters for this session are: Publiek Vervoer, Rise and Region Värmland
Marketing to special populations
How do you promote a launch of a project that encourage smart mobility in a rural area to a specific target audience? That’s the question that will be exanimated during this session through three different presentations from three different pilot projects that have faced different challenges when promoting their service.
Additionally, the session will present how to select and approach target groups when there may not be an obvious target group. Furthermore, how to deal with influences from the outside will be discussed such as how to promote a service that encourage the use of public transport simultaneously as the government recommends to not travel because of covid-19.
Presenters for this session are: Region Värmland, Rinteln, Innlandstrafikk and Ingha