TRACK 3

congress team
Serin Geambazu (Romania) Alex Antonov (Russia)


Urban connectivity is vital for urban performance, beyond extensive reliance on private transport. Hence, the sustainable urban transport and mobility in the post-oil era need an urban mobility policy mix. These include not only new models of using the existing modes of transport, but also innovative transport solutions as well as more precise pairing the modes of urban development with provision of comfortable, reliable and sustainable transport.

Papers and presentations within this track shall focus on the following:

  • Dencity/mobility balance: planning for transit-oriented development (TOD)
  • Planning for integrated transportation models
  • Integrated planning and urban design solutions and concepts and their applicability in various contexts 
  • Planning for urban permeability and connectivity
  • Innovative solutions and precise pairing the modes of urban development with provision of comfortable, reliable and sustainable transport 
  • Mobile housing, distant work and on-line  employment
  • Suburban transportation pattern