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Milan: 15th-17th September 2010

Expert Workshop Milan

The project meeting in Milan gave external stakeholders as well as the project consortium the opportunity to discuss project results and bike sharing approaches. Furthermore those stakeholders involved in the Italian demonstration project were able to discuss the results of their demonstration activities.

Presentations included:

Mobility and bike sharing: integration and development of different mobility services

  • Bike Sharing as a Key Item in the Mobility Arena - Agostino Fornaroli, MobilityLab HERE

European OBIS project – Optimising Bike Sharing Systems in European Cities

  • Optimising Bike Sharing in European Cities - Janett Buettner, Choice HERE

  • First OBIS Outputs – Bike Sharing Transferability - Alberto Castro, Technical University Vienna HERE

  • OBIS Project - Dissemination and Promotion - Sara Basterfield, Cyclist’s Touring Club HERE

Case histories – Big European cities

  • i-Bicing Mobile Information System - Carles Romero, Barcelona Municipality HERE

  • Public Bikes- Element of a Modern Urban Transportation Strategy - Herman Blümel, Senate Department of Urban Development HERE

  • Bike Sharing in London-Barclay’s Cycle Hire - Elena Georgiou, Transport for London HERE

  • bikeMi-Bike Sharing in Milan - Sergio Verecchia, Bike Sharing Italia Clear Channel HERE

Case histories – Other experiences

  • Evolution of Bike Sharing in Small Cities - Alberto Castro Fernandez, Technical University Vienna HERE

  • Cycling Strategy in the Czech Republic & Bike Sharing - Jiri Galatik, Transport Research Centre HERE

Bike Sharing in Italy

  • The Situation in Italy - Marco Menichetti, Fondazione Legambiente Innovazione & Filippo Vecchiotti, Ecoistituto Alto Adige HERE

  • A Single Smartcard for Different Services - Gianluca Pin, Comunicare HERE

Italian experiences:

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