Mobility is changing. Urbanization, climate change and digitalization challenge how people and goods move from point A to point B. To cope with these ever-increasing challenges and meet European and global climate targets, urban and peri-urban areas need to become climate-resilient and connected, multimodal nodes for smart and clean mobility.
The RECIPROCITY project aims at responding to this reality by equipping at least 20 cities across Europe, of varying size and mobility demand, with the necessary tools, knowledge, contacts, and methods to accelerate the replication of existing innovative mobility solutions.
The workshop, which will be held with the participation of Okan University, one of the partners of the project, takes place on June 30, 2021. During the workshop, Reciprocity Project presentation, Smart and Green Transportation in Turkey and Europe and a panel session will be taking part. Representatives of Okan University and the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure will participate in the workshop.