Mistra SAMS at Almedalen 2017: How can digitalisation and new mobility services make Stockholm a world leader in climate transition?
Daniel Helldén (Mp), Gustav Hemming (C) and others will debate how new services can contribute to Stockholm's traffic and emission goals. Join us at Teaterskeppet in Visby, Monday July 3, three o'clock.
Sweden is to be one of the world's first fossil free modern economies. An important step towards that goal is to lower GHG-emissions from domestic transport by 70% until 2030. At a local level, the city of Stockholm has decided that car-bourne traffic is to be reduced, despite a rapidly growing population. Something which has the potential to radically change the conditions for achieving these goals are new services for accessibility and mobillity. Services such as co-working hubs, virtual meetings, light electric vehicles and autonomous vehicles can potentielly act as disruptions to quickly change development. Digital platforms can offer combinations of services and simultaneously use various incentives, such as dynamic pricing, to optimise the use of infrastructure and vehicles.
How can Stockholm draw on the development of these new services to achieve the city's goals?
- Daniel Helldén, Trafikborgarråd, Stockholm, Miljöpartiet de gröna
- Gustav Hemming, Miljö-, skärgårds- och regionplaneringslandstingsråd, Centerpartiet
- Lena Smidfelt Rosqvist, Forskningschef, Trivector
- Anna Kramers, Programchef Mistra SAMS, KTH
- Jonas Åkerman, Programchef Mistra SAMS, KTH
- Charlotte Wäreborn Schultz, Vice ordförande, Trafikverkets styrelse
Teaterskeppet, kajplats 10, Visby
July 3rd 15:00-16:00