1 PROGRAM 17 TH EUROPEAN CONFERENCE ON MOBILITY MANAGEMENT Gävle, Sweden May 2013
2 2 Index EPOMM 3 Foreword 4 Theme ECOMM Conference services 6 About Gävle 7 Schedule overview 9 Detailed Programme 10 Map 15 Excursions 16 Partners/Exhibitor 21 Gävle Concert Hall/Conference Centre 24 Evening events 25 Meet the Swedes 26 ECOMM Speakers 27 Information 28
3 EPOMM 3 Introduction the european conference on mobility management was founded as the final conference of the MOMENTUM research project in Amsterdam In Amsterdam it was decided to develop it into a series and the next host was Nottingham in the UK in At that stage, it became obvious that there was a necessity to have platform to provide some continuity. In 1999, EPOMM was born, first as a European project. When the EU-support ceased, it had to be developed into an international association, which was finally registered in 2006 in Brussels. all through this time, EPOMM provided for the continuity of the ECOMM series. The ECOMM has now become THE meeting place for Mobility Management practitioners and experts all over Europe, with over 300 delegates. Papers are selected by the International Programme Committee (IPC), whilst the programme is developed in cooperation with EPOMM. EPOMM takes care that ECOMM maintains its agreeable size, its attractive fee structure and high quality, but also strives for continuous development. the objective of ECOMM is to disseminate, increase and exchange the knowledge about mobility management in Europe and beyond and to enhance the networking within the mobility management community. The conference is a chance to get in touch with experts and policy makers. Each ECOMM has its own theme and contributes to a growing expertise in mobility management and the ways in which it can be successfully applied in different contexts.
4 4 FOREWORD Welcome to Gävle and the ECOMM 2013 conference how do you get to work or school? Can we take active measures that affect people s travel patterns and make them more sustainable? In Gävle we think this is possible! We have to explore and test sustainable solutions. We need to have the courage to try new techniques and to plan for sustainable transport in our cities. Above all, we must change attitudes and behavior across the generations. We believe in sustainable travel. Welcome to Gävle! Come and be part of the process! Göran Arnell Municipality Director
5 THEME ECOMM THEME for ECOMM in Gävle 2013 Smart choices require easy access making sustainable transport a part of every day life the entire trip, from door to door is an important issue for Gävle, our region and all of Sweden. The ability to travel comfortably and quickly, yet in an environmentally friendly way is important to travelers. In the Gävle area, this is an especially important issue because many of the inhabitants live in rural areas and/or commute long distances to cities in the region. City buses, commuter parking, bikes on the train, and other transportation solutions are essential to a well functioning weekday. The 2011 European Mobility Week in Gävle began by clearly showing just how much space different means of transpiration take up in the city s physical environment. If more people choose to carpool or choose smart alternatives like the bus or bicycle, both our environment, our health and our wallets will benefit.
6 6 CONFERENCE SERVICES Moderator Christer Ljungberg Director of Trivector Traffic AB He is one of the persons that introduced Mobility Management in Sweden in the mid nineties, and an expert on sustainable transport systems. He runs a well known Swedish blog on cities, transport, environment and the future in which we are to live. Keynote speaker Ronald Haverman Director of MyWheels He is an expert in the field of shared mobility. He founded the Dutch bike sharing system OV-fiets in the beginning of this century. In 2009 he lived in Melbourne and ran a bike sharing pilot with RMIT University. His passion is to create alternatives for everyday car use. Other main speakers are presented on page 27 and on Information desk at the Gävle Concert Hall A conference information desk will be staffed throughout the duration of the conference. Here you can register for the conference, and find out answers to any queries you might have. Conference Pass You will receive a personal conference pass on registration. The conference pass is valid for all three days of the conference. It includes free participation in the sessions, site visits and evening events. Conference manual You will receive a personal conference schedule on registration, which includes your personal choices made when you enrolled on the conference. Conference Language All presentations and information will be in English. Catering All refreshments served during the conference are included in the conference fee. Mobility and orientation in Gävle Walking is the most convenient mode of transport in Gävle, as everything is relatively close in the city centre. The Gävle Concert Hall (the Conference Centre) is a minute walk from the Central Station, and the journey will take you along the city s main pedestrian and shopping street, and past the main square and hotels. During the conference, participants will be transported to various activities around the city by biogas and electric buses. The Gästmagasin Gävle leaflet in the conference information pack provides an overview of Gävle and the surrounding region. A city map is also included in the information pack. Tourist Information Staff from the Gävle Tourist Information Office will be on hand to answer your questions at the conference information desk. For more information about tourist attractions in the city and the surrounding region please visit:
7 7 The city center Old town Boulogner park Mackmyra whisky Christmas goat Gävle strand - Gävle river
8 8 ABOUT GÄVLE This is Gävle gävle s location by the Baltic sea has always had great significance for the city s inhabitants and its economy. the sea is still of importance today, for example with the creation of Gävle Strand, which is a unique residential neighbourhood by the mouth of Gävleån (the Gävle River) that is only a few minutes from Gävle s Central Station and the main city square. The beautiful gasklockor (Gävle s historic gas storage facility) can be found on the other side of the river, and is an ideal venue for meetings and events. our intimacy and love of the sea is evident in many places around Gävle; in the historic fishing village of Bönan with its café and fish smokeries, by the Furuvik Park restaurant and by Axmar Bruk (Axmar mill) you find yourself really close to the water. There are also interesting ongoing projects around the Testebo River and Norrlandet to provide even more opportunities to live by and enjoy water. gävle invests in a rich variety of cultural and recreational activities. A professional symphony orchestra is based at the Gävle Concert Hall, where music from all corners of the world can also be heard. The city s biggest celebrity, the Gävle Christmas goat, is built before the first Sunday of Advent every year in Slottstorget (the Castle Square). There are three elite teams in the Gävle area we are particularly proud of: Swedish ice hockey champions Brynäs, Gefle IF football and Sandviken s AIK Bandy. close proximity to Arlanda International Airport, the Port of Gävle, the E4 and E16 highways, and railways makes Gävle a comprehensive logistical hub. the surrounding region also has a great deal to offer. Long sandy beaches in Rullsand, the Kungsberget Ski Resort, Wij Trädgårdar (Wij Gardens), and fishing in the Dalälven, Gysinge and Älvkarleby attract many visitors to the area.
10 10 WEDNESDAY 29 MAY 08: Registration, until Opening session 09: EXCURSIONS 12: Lunch 13:00 15:00 OPENING SESSION Gevaliasalen foyer Moderator of the conference introduction Christer Ljungberg...Director of Trivector Traffic AB Welcome to Gävle Anna-Lena Österborg...County Director of Gävleborg Carina Blank... Councillor and mayor of the municipality of Gävle Key note presentation New sharing services are changing mobility Ronald Havermann...Director of MyWheels Debate Questions and discussion on sharing and local situation in Gävle Guests; Anna-Lena Österborg, Carina Blank, Ronald Haverman, Christof Marx What Intelligent Energy Europe expects from Mobility Management Christof Marx.Intelligent Energy Europe How DG Move supports Mobility management Mark Major European Commission DG MOVE EPOMM Manifesto: Managing Mobility for a Better Future Robert Thaler. EPOMM-President Debate How do we enhance sustainable transport through Mobility Management Guests; Camilla Robinson, Head of public Affairs at Swedbank, Ronald Haverman, Mark Major, Christof Marx, Robert Thaler Overview from questionnaire Sustainable transport from a youth perspective Youth group 15: Coffee break A:1 Chair: Björn Sandelien, Norwegian Public Roads Administration, Norway Gevaliasalen foyer PK SHARING Tom Murray Willis...Using incentives to boost car pooling Elena Mucha...Environmental benefits of innovative and integrated urban mobility concepts Gunnar Granberg...Space time - an infrastructure for sustainable personal transportation Bo Palm...Why car-pooling is a success in the small community of Tolg, Sweden Jesper Sundblad...Public transport and car sharing instead of company car Petra Völkl...European Mobility Week in Austria and Mobility Week Bonus Booklet - a success story BLOCK A 15:30 17:00 A:2 Chair: Jesper Johansson, WSP, Sweden Imagine downstairs P MOBILITY MANAGEMENT AND ROAD WORKS Henk Pauwels...On MM and Road Construction in the NL and the transfer to Sweden Katarina Appeltofft...Mobility Management in construction phase in Stockholm movies on! Louise Melander... Mobility Management during Road Construction in Sweden: The case of the Stockholm Bypass E4 A:3 Chair: Thomas Vidal, CERTU, France Bo Lindesalen foyer P SUSTAINABLE URBAN MOBILITY PLANS - THE PROJECTS Julia Zientek...ADVANCE better planning, better cities Michael Koucky...The QUEST tool: improving urban mobility policies in 50 European cities Karin Neergaard...EcoMobility SHIFT: driving cities away from private motorised transport A:4 Chair: Johan Nielsen, Danish Regions, Denmark Suite Boulogne downstairs P TOP RATED CASES Emeli Adell...E-shopping: what benefits can it really bring? Johanna Taskinen...Shopping by foot, biking to post office inhabitants acting for sustainable neighbourhood Dea Seeberg...Mobility accounts a great tool for working strategically with Mobility Management Lena Smidfelt Rosqvist...MM promoting a paradigm shift towards sustainability Dinner at the Gävle Concert Hall Welcome dinner at the Gävle Concert Hall with entertaining mingle. PK Pecha Kucha (presentations with a fixed format of 20 slides, each shown for a fixed time of 20 seconds) P Presentation
11 THURSDAY 30 MAY 11 B:1 Chair: Tapani Touru, HSL Helsinki Region Transport Gevaliasalen foyer PK IT, GAMIFICATION, FUN Paula Väisänen...Työpyöräile! How social media can turn simple bike sharing to something bigger Elke Van Os...Viral campaign encourages voters to walk or cycle Marianne Weinreich...I cycle therefore I am! How to use gamification and self-tracking in cycling promotion Delphine Eeckhout... Internal competition helps in attaining modal shift: results of successful mobility months at the Eandis company, Flanders Rüdiger Bernhard...VIELMOBIL The importance of local knowledge for intermodal information services Rick Lindeman...Co-creation Campaign with travelers to change your last urban mile BLOCK B 09: B:2 Chair: Tom Rye, Lund Technical University, Sweden Imagine downstairs P SHARING OVERVIEW OVER NEW DEVELOPMENTS Friso Metz... Carsharing platform Benoit Beroud...Public bicycle scheme: worldwide models of governance Ronald Haverman...New sharing services are changing mobility B:3 Chair: Odette v.d. Riet, Ministerie van Infrastructuur en Milieu, The Netherlands Bo Lindesalen foyer P MM RESEARCH METHODS 1: DATA AND UPSCALING Markus Robèrt...Scaling up company travel plans to regional perspectives Sandra Runsten...Turning Mobility Management into Profit Peter Andries...Presentation of the results of the BELDAM survey (BELGIAN DAILY MOBILITY) Peter Andries...Results of the three-yearly national Home-to-Work travel survey organized in 2011 in Belgium B:4 Chair: Kristina Gauce, TAEM Group, Lithuania Suite Boulogne downstairs P MOBILITY MANAGEMENT AND LAND USE PLANNING Anette Enemark... Motivations for combining MM and land use planning: Four cases of burning platforms MM approach for freight and deliveries David Knight...TAUNTON EXPANSION Caroline Mattson...Mobility management and land use planning from policy to practice in Swedish municipalities 10: Coffee break B:5 Chair: Dagmar Roeller, POLIS, Belgium Solitude downstairs P MM APPROACH FOR FREIGHT AND DELIVERIES Christopher Widegren...Sustainable city distribution case Gothenburg Gary Armstrong...Highlighting the potential of the bicycle for delivering goods in an urban environment Christof Hertel/Merja Spott...Pilotproject: Cycle Logistics at Big Events PK Pecha Kucha (presentations with a fixed format of 20 slides, each shown for a fixed time of 20 seconds) P Presentation
12 12 THURSDAY 30 MAY C:1 Chair: Willem Buijs, DTV Consultants, The Netherlands Gevaliasalen foyer PK THE BICYCLE AND MOBILITY MANAGEMENT Per-Erik Hahn...Winter Cyclist Linköping Pascal Van den Noort...Low Lijn Amsterdam Sjors Van Duren...Combining the building of cycling highways with mobility management Jakob Hoej...How to find a safe and secure bicycle route A journey planner for cyclists Pär Wallin... Commuting with an electric bike! Borrow an electric bicycle, park it in a safe garage, ride the train and get to work Ismo Heikkinen...Need of change in winter maintenance for pedestrian and bicycle ways Kuopio, Finland BLOCK C 11: C:2 Chair: Sarah Martens, Mobiel21, Belgium Bo Lindesalen foyer P SHARING PUBLIC SPACE John Dales...Shared space exhibition road in London Raymond Linssen...The power of combining: more than mobility Hugo Moreno Moreno... Creating shared space areas in the municipalities of the province of Barcelona using low cost measure C:3 Chair: Colin Black, Contemporary Transport, United Kingdom Suite Boulogne downstairs P MM RESEARCH METHODS 2: MARKETING Karen Vancluysen...Do the right Mix Aleksandra Romanowska...Increasing bicycle use based on segmented marketing example from Gdynia Yvonne Van Velthoven-Aarts...Avoid the Peak in Brabant: From trial to new habits C:4 Imagine downstairs WS YOUNG PEOPLE SURPRISE SESSION Sustainable transport from a youth perspective. Six young people from Gävle, Sweden, compare how young people and adults travel in their daily lives in different European countries. C:5 Chair: Bodo Schwieger, Team Red Networks KG, Germany Artistfoajén downstairs P IT AND GAMIFICATION Sander Buningh... From5to4 game reduces car trips in Eindhoven Mechtild Stiewe... New chances in mobility management by apps and social media What potential can be achieved? Henrik Willford...Commute Greener Smarter ways 12: Lunch 13: Gevaliasalen foyer Meet the Swedes Introduction, starts with a review of MM-work in Sweden Gain an insight into the Swedish approach to Mobility Management, with good examples from around Sweden. The Meet the session returns following its popularity at ECOMM 2011 in Toulouse. Including coffee break. PK Pecha Kucha (presentations with a fixed format of 20 slides, each shown for a fixed time of 20 seconds) P Presentation WS Workshop
13 THURSDAY 30 MAY 13 D:1 Chair: Mari Jüssi, Sustainable Estonia Institute, Estonia Gevaliasalen foyer PK MOBILITY MANAGEMENT AND THE ECONOMY Sabrina Ishfaq...TOGETHER on the move Easy access to sustainable transport for immigrants David Knight...The Travel Plan as Business Management Tool Florence De Brant...Companies, actors of Mobility Management Sofie Norberg... Avesta TraFRIken ( Avesta s TraFREEc directly translated. Meaning Avesta s Free Public Transportation System) Sophie Tyler... Smarter Choices when shopping: Why walking, cycling and public transport are good for the local economy and for getting us out of the recession BLOCK D:2 Chair: Hana Bruhova-Foltynova, IEP, Czech Republic Suite Boulogne downstairs P HEALTH AS A WINNER FOR MOBILITY MANAGEMENT Anna Åhlgren...TryCycle Erik Stigell...Good health all-year-round - Seasonality in active commuting Christian Schweizer...The PEP Project D15:00 16:30 D:3 Chair: Karl Hillman, University of Gävle, Sweden Bo Lindesalen foyer P MM RESEARCH METHODS 3: ANALYSIS PUT TO PRACTICE Emanuela Cafarelli...EcopAssi, shopping goes green Katarina Evanth... Putting research into practice three years experience of MaxQ in six Swedish municipalities and one region Giorgio Medeossi...Multi-Criteria Analysis to support Mobility Management: Approach and Application D:4 Chair: Madelene Håkansson, Municipality of Gävle Imagine downstairs P THE CYCLING BOOM 1: EVERYDAY LIFE Anna Kero...Innovative bike lanes in Örebro Marianne Weinreich...The Cycling School making cycling part of a schools DNA Vincent Meerschaert...Excellence in Cycling: How to become a CHAMPion cycling city in Europe DINNER AT GASKLOCKORNA It taste s like music An exciting dinner consisting of locally produced products, accompanied with music to enhance the eating experience. PK Pecha Kucha (presentations with a fixed format of 20 slides, each shown for a fixed time of 20 seconds) P Presentation Sustainable transport from a youth perspective. Six young people from Gävle, Sweden, have their own session during ECOMM where they compare how young people and adults travel in their daily lives in different European countries. C4 Rebecka Erlandsson, Udani Pettersson, Kim Pettersson-John, Emma Lidman, Jasmin Faraghi Gilliland och Makda Bereket
14 14 FRIDAY 31 MAY E:1 Chair: Karin Edenius, UL, Sweden Gevaliasalen foyer P SAVE MONEY WITH MOBILITY MANAGEMENT Colin Black...Compelling Evidence Recognising the Financial Value of Mobility Management Sarah Martens...Shifting the balance the impact of mobility management on the economy Anja Quester...Test traveller projects in Sweden how to get a high benefit BLOCK E 09: E:2 Chair: Willy Raimund, Robert Stüssi, AEA, Austria; Perform Energy, Portugal Suite Boulogne downstairs P E-MOBILITY IN REAL TERMS Marianne Molmen...Why Norway has three percent electric cars, by far the highest share in the world Bodo Schwieger...Electric Mobility Experiences and Opportunities Anna Mayerthaler...E-mobility model region Vienna and attached topics E:3 Chair: Sophie Tyler, The Means, United Kingdom Imagine downstairs P HOW POLICY DRIVERS CHANGE Petter Kjellgren...Internal climate compensation for all city authorities and companies Anja Puggaard...From Bicycle Country to Mobility Management Country Pernilla Hyllenius Mattisson... LundaMaTs A sustainable urban mobility plan with CO2 reductions as the main policy driver E:4 Chair: Anette Enemark, Tetraplan, Denmark Bo Lindesalen foyer P THE CYCLING BOOM 2: THE CHANGING CITY Andrea Weninger...Cycling is changing the cities: emerging urban bicycle cultures Remco Ruiter... THE PROOF OF THE CAMPAIGNING IS IN THE CYCLING. (Or how the BIKE EXPERIENCE campaign leads to a substantial modal shift amongst Brussels commuters Matthias Fiedler...Cyclists and pedestrians: partners or adversaries? 10: Coffee break CLOSING SESSION Gevaliasalen foyer Moderator Christer Ljungberg Key note presentation Mobility Management around the Olympics in London 2012 Iain Macbeth.Transport for London ECOMM 2013 recommendations and conclusions om Mobility Management Leading to an award for the best policy transfer Odette van de Riet. EPOMM Brief presentation of the Synaptic initiative leading to the Synaptic awards. Bonnie Fenton Synaptic Discussion on policy and best practise transfer How can an experience like in London be transferred to other countries, other circumstances? How can we really learn from each other? Why does it not happen that much? Iain Macbeth, - Odette van de Riet - Bonnie Fenton - Madelene Håkansson, Municipality of Gävle. Handover to the ECOMM 2014 Robert Thaler. Chairman EPOMM Representatives from the City of Florence Thank you from Gävle Robert Thaler Carina Blank Christer Ljungberg 12: Lunch 13:30 16:00 EXCURSIONS P Presentation SATURDAY 1 JUNE 09:30 13:00 EXCURSIONS
15 15 E. Bönan F. Kybacka Moose park B. Gävle Strand Gävle Central Station Gävle Concert Hall / Conference Center Gasklockorna G. Main Square A. Old Town C. Mackmyra Whisky Village D. Swedish Railway Museum
16 16 EXCURSIONS Join us on interesting excursions to learn about Gävle and its surroundings all goes into Mobility Management context. Information excursion A-G Participant need to register for excursions A-G when they register for the conference on Excursions depart from the Gävle Concert Hall unless otherwise stated. Note that the Wednesday visit to the Railway Museum departs from the Gävle Central Station. Participants registered for excursions with too few participants will be offered a place on an alternative excursion. Flat and comfortable shoes are recommended for all excursions. Excursion A-E are included in the conference fee there is no extra charge. Excursions F-G Additional excursions on Saturday are paid for on the day. Additional excursions The Weekend excursions to Hälsingland and Stockholm are booked and paid for through Perssons Resor (local travel company). See the respective excursion for the price and contact details. More about Mobility Management High Lights
17 EXCURSIONS 17 A. City tour by foot (Wednesday and Friday) we walk around central Gävle and examine various sites from the perspective of Mobility Management and Gavle s development. We will discuss the Jane s Walk method and hear the ideas that emerged during the Jane s Walk in Gävle in the first weekend of May. Gävle is an old industrial centre, which amongst other things is today associated with the coffee roaster Gevalia (Gävle s Latin name). We make a stop in Gavle s old town with its well-preserved historic houses and drink coffee in a small café. B. Cycling tour (Wednesday and Friday) experience our attractive cycling city. The bicycle tour will run through Gavle s neighborhoods. We will cycle through the city s popular parks, pass historic buildings and a new residential area by the old harbor, where we will stop, enjoy a coffee and discuss Mobility Management issues. Gävle was appointed Sweden s Cycling City in 1997 and has 220 km of cycle paths. C. Bus tour and visit to the Mackmyra Whisky Village (Wednesday and Friday) we travel through gävle and show various solutions and issues concerning Mobility Management. During the bus tour we will look at new development areas, commuter parking, separate bus lanes and a biogas filling station. Mackmyra s new gravitation distillery is situated just outsida Gävle. Visitors will see and smell how Swedish whisky is produced in an environmentally sustainable manner. The whisky village has everything to make whisky; a distillery, warehouse, smokehouse and a malthouse. We will have a coffee break at the Mackmyra Whisky village.
18 18 EXCURSIONS D. Visit the Swedish Railway Museum By bus from the Conference Centre (Wednesday and Friday) gävle boasts one of the finest historical railway collections in the world. Sweden s Railway Museum in Gävle has a unique collection of locomotives, carriages and other items related to over 150 years of railway history. The visit will begin with a presentation of the work to make the area around Gävle s Central Station more attractive. Gävle is part of a national project to promote rail travel, which includes investments that facilitate access for disabled people, pedestrians and cyclists. We will have a coffee break at the museum. Note that the Wednesday visit departs from the Gävle Central Station. Jarnvagsmuseum-Gavle/In-English---Gavle/ Swedish-Railway-Museum E. Bus tour along the Baltic Coast (Wednesday and Friday) bönan is a historic fishing village, 12 km outside Gävle. During the 1700s, several country houses were established by Gävle s wealthy inhabitants. Bönan established itself as a fishing village and beach resort around The village continues to be a functional fishing village, although on a much smaller scale than in the past. Many inhabitants today live in historic buildings and summer houses that have been renovated into permanent dwellings, or in newly built houses. Current Mobility Management challenges in the Bönan area include working with measures that can affect transport needs and transport choices to avoid building new roads where car traffic is predicted to increase. A coffee break will be made during the bus tour.
19 EXCURSIONS 19 F. Bus tour to Kybacka moose park outside Gävle (Saturday 1 June) 09:30 12:00 (140 SEK incl VAT paid on the bus) G. Discover Gävle s green qualities in a four-hour mountain bike tour (Saturday 1 June) (1195 SEK incl VAT payable at start) experience our beautiful city. The bus tour passes through central Gävle and the surrounding neighbourhoods. The tour continues on to Kybacka moose park, which is situated in the forest outside Gävle. Accompanied by a guide, we will learn about moose and see them in the forest. Coffee and cake are included. There is a souvenir shop. the cycling trip will take us from Gävle s main square (stortorget) into the forest and the beautiful trails of Sätrahöjden. Here we test how easily and enjoyably a modern mountain bike can take you out into the nature, which is closer to central Gävle than you might think! We wait for each other along the route so that no one is left behind, and encourage each other when the trip gets more challenging. Half way through the tour we will try some locally produced snacks whilst we rest at a forest wind shelter. Here we will chat about our experiences during the trip and the challenges we have overcome. We will then make the return journey back into central Gävle via trails and Gävle s high quality cycle paths. The bicycle tour will take four hours and includes the guide, and rental of a mountain bike and bicycle helmet. The tour is open to anyone who can cycle, even if you have never ridden a mountain bike before. Participants will gather at 9:00 in Gävle s main square to test the bikes. The tour will return to the main square at 13:00. Trainers and comfortable trousers are advisable to wear. There are 4 to 8 places on the tour.
20 20 ADDITIONAL EXCURSIONS Erik-Anders i Asta Foto: Jakob Dahlström Järvzoo Stockholm Foto: Jenny Thyberger Bus tours Friday 31 May to Saturday 1 June experience the unesco world heritage swedish farmhouses of hälsingland (Hälsingegårdarna) and the Järvzoo Nordic animal park in the forests of Hälsingland. The Hälsingland excursion costs 295 EURO per person. The price includes: the bus journey, a single room, half board, guided tours, visit to World Heritage Swedish Farmhouses (Hälsingegårdar), entrance to Järvzoo, the travel representative s services and a return journey to Gävle. Friday 31 st May 13:30, bus departs from Gävle Concert Hall. Saturday 1 st June 17:00, return bus journey to Gävle. experience stockholm with a guided tour and excursion in stockholm s archipelago. The Stockholm excursion costs 375 EURO per person. The price includes: the bus journey to Stockholm, a single room, half board, a guided tour, a boat tour, the travel representative s services, and transfer to the airport if required. Friday 31 st May 13:30, bus departs from Gävle Concert Hall Saturday 1 st June 17:00, transfer to the airport (Arlanda or Bromma airports) if required. Are you interested in joining one of these trips? Please contact the travel agent Perssons resor i Gävle Telefon +46 ( 0)
21 PARTNERS/EXHIBITORS 21 host for the conference gävle city council s ambition is to make sustainable transport a part of every day life in the municipality. An efficient transport system benefits the economy, societal development, human health and the environment. partner/exhibitor the swedish transport administration is responsible for the construction, operation and maintenance of all state owned roads and railways. We also develop long-term plans for the transport system on road, railway, sea and flight. To work with Mobility Management is important in making a sustainable transport system, in cooperation with other actors. partner the climate benefits associated with using biogas as a vehicle fuel are twofold it reduces the use of oil whilst also making use of the energy contained in our waste. BiogasMitt works to make biogas more accessible for those who want to contribute toward a better world. partner planning to host a conference or congress in the area of Gävle? Gävle Convention Bureau act as a co-ordinator between congress- or event organisers, the local meeting industry and local authorities. Please do not hesitate to contact us, we will guide you to the best suppliers and most suitable solution. partner the gävle dala energy agency works to promote energy efficiency and the proportion of renewable energy in the areas of construction and real estate, transport, heating and electricity consumption. The Agency cooperates in international projects to gather and share knowledge and experience with other regions, primarily in Europe. partner the commitment to sustainable development is important to us in Swedbank and the work with environmental and specifically climate issues are vital parts in that commitment. Swedbank work with environmental issues as a part of sustainability in its full meaning, including both social, environmental and financial aspects. partner gävleborg county council of Gävleborg initiate, coordinate and support regional development. Being host of ECOMM 2013 is the result of a long term regional effort regarding sustainable travel, starting in By the collaboration of regional and local participants we can now apply the sustainable growth perspective into mobility management. The Regional Development Council of Gävleborg is proud to be one of the sponsors of ECOMM partner at the university of gävle, we have much activity that is of relevance for mobility, and our research and education are often conducted in collaboration with industry and society. Several research groups are represented at ECOMM 2013, including Environmental Engineering, Spatial Planning, Energy Systems, Environmental Psychology, and the Centre of Logistics and Innovative Production (CLIP).
1 Low Carbon & New Energy Cities in Denmark Copenhagen Aarhus Sonderborg 2 Foreword: Cities and Regions - Key Players in realizing Green Urbanization Denmark has a long tradition of active energy policy,
Choose how you move Sustainable Transportation Strategy Choose how you move Sustainable Transportation Strategy April 2013 Crown Copyright, Province of Nova Scotia, 2013 All photos in this document are
Festivals: Challanges of Growth, Distinction, Support Base and Internationalization TABLE OF CONTEST PREFACE 4 PART ONE An overview of the festivals involved in the project 10 1.1. A presentation of the
LONGMAN COMMUNICATION 3000 1 Longman Communication 3000 The Longman Communication 3000 is a list of the 3000 most frequent words in both spoken and written English, based on statistical analysis of the
LONDON INFRASTRUCTURE PLAN 2050 A CONSULTATION CONTENTS Mayor s Foreword Executive Summary A. LONDON S FIRST LONG-TERM INFRASTRUCTURE PLAN Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Introduction
Design for Play: A guide to creating successful play spaces Aileen Shackell, Nicola Butler, Phil Doyle and David Ball Aileen Shackell Aileen Shackell is a landscape architect with over 15 years experience
Getting there: How sustainable transport can support new development www.bettertransport.org.uk Getting there: How sustainable transport can support new development 1 Introduction 03 2 Policy and tools
Sharing our Stories Using interpretation to improve the visitors experience at heritage sites This Manual focuses on what you can do to make a measurable improvement to how visitors experience your heritage
SAFER JOURNEYS FOR PEOPLE WHO CYCLE CYCLING SAFETY PANEL FINAL REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS DECEMBER 2014 14-227 2 SAFER JOURNEYS FOR PEOPLE WHO CYCLE CYCLING SAFETY PANEL CONTENTS OVERVIEW Acknowledgements
transforming Communities through Tourism a Handbook for Community Tourism Champions produced by: with the support of: Acknowledgements Transforming Communities Through Tourism: A Handbook for Community
Consultation Draft PLACE SHAPING FRAMEWORK A partnership led by 5000+ is a partnership between three tiers of Government. The project partners include: Department of Regional Australia, Regional Development
Renovate or Replace? The case for restoring and reusing older school buildings The Pennsylvania Department of Education The Pennsylvania School Boards Association The Pennsylvania Historic Schools Task
Safer Journeys for people who cycle Cycling Safety Panel Draft Report and Recommendations 25 September 2014 Consultation Document Send your comments to: email@example.com By 24 October 2014
How to make a city great A review of the steps city leaders around the world take to transform their cities into great places to live and work How to make a city great Shannon Bouton David Cis Lenny Mendonca
US and Canada Green Index Assessing the environmental performance of 27 major US and Canadian cities A research project conducted by the Economist Intelligence Unit, sponsored by Siemens Contents US and
First Steps Providing for the Early Years in museums Contents 02 Foreword 03 Using this handbook 04 Early Years children in museums 06 The Early Years context Developing high quality 09 Catering for unique
Museums, Environmental Sustainability and Our Future A Call to Action from the Summit on Sustainability Standards in Museums 2013 and the PIC Green Professional Network Contents Preface and Acknowledgments...3
Making our Communities Ready for Ageing A call to action COMMUNITY MATTERS ILC-UK and Age UK Seminar Series David Sinclair and Jessica Watson www.ilcuk.org.uk Contents Summary of findings and recommendations...3
Business Result Upper-intermediate Student s Book Answer Key First impressions Starting point Possible answers Answers will vary, but students might say that the business is modern and forwardthinking,
Shaping Britain s sustainable city The journey to creating a city of confidence, prosperity and beauty About this document One Leicester is Leicester s sustainable community strategy and has been developed
CONTENTS 0 3 THE IKEA VISION AND BUSINESS IDEA 0 4 OUR ROOTS 0 5 A MESSAGE FROM PETER AGNEFJÄLL 0 6 THE YEAR IN BRIEF 0 8 DEMOCRATIC DESIGN 1 7 SUSTAINABLE GROWTH PAGE 28 We have now committed to own and
p. I ARTS COUNCIL ENGLAND GREAT ART AND CULTURE FOR EVERYONE 10-YEAR STRATEGIC FRAMEWORK 2010-2020 2 ND EDITION REVISED 2013 p. 01 Great art and culture for everyone CONTENTS p.02 Our vision for arts and
Good for Busine$$ The benefits of making streets more walking and cycling friendly Discussion paper Discussion paper. Good for Busine$$ 1 Introduction The Heart Foundation has commissioned a discussion
Design Council Angel Building 407 St John Street London EC1V 4AB United Kingdom Tel +44(0)20 7420 5200 Fax +44(0)20 7420 5300 firstname.lastname@example.org www.designcouncil.org.uk Registered charity number
A Simpler Plan for Start-ups Business advisors, experienced entrepreneurs, bankers, and investors generally agree that you should develop a business plan before you start a business. A plan can help you