◼️OCTOBER 8th, 2022 – EXPOMOVE – In collaboration with AIMS. The conference on “Sustainable mobility and local development: the case of non-scheduled local public transport” to which Aims has guaranteed its collaboration ended in Florence. On the shared day, Aims, through its head of Institutional Affairs prof. Luigi Troiani, moderated the debate, which was attended by representatives of public institutions most connected to the problems of local non-scheduled public transport. The current political situation has not allowed the presence of representatives and exponents of the Italian parliament. The debate confirmed the extreme importance of non-scheduled local public mobility, highlighting once again how the renunciation of the outgoing government and parliament to regulate the matter in compliance with the principles of competition, freedom and establishment sanctioned by the internal market, serious and unjustified damage to the economy and employment as well as penalizing the quality of local public services not on the line with damage caused to citizens and tourists.
◼️OCTOBER 5th, 2022 – EXPOMOVE – In collaboration with AIMS – “Mobilità Elettrica e Sostenibile Leggera, Pubblica e Condivisa” – Florence Fortezza da Basso. Opening ceremony, speech of Paolo De Santis, president of Aims
AIMS – Associazione Imprenditori della Mobilità Sostenibile, it’s partner of #Expomove2022 and it participated at two important events:
October 5th, opening ceremony, speech of Paolo De Santis, president of Aims
October 8th, 2022, debate entitled “Mobilità sostenibile e sviluppo locale: il caso del trasporto pubblico locale non di linea“, coordinated by AIMS with the participation of #Parlamento and #Commissione UE
◼️ 24 FEBRUARY 2022
GREENLAB2022 – speech by the President of Aims, Mr. Paolo De Santis
Title: Concessions, Bonus and Incentives: the government guidelines for urban sustainable mobility plans.
GREENLAB2022 – ROUND TABLE – SMART MOBILITY PROJECTS – 24 February 2022 at 10.00
the head of Strategies and Institutional Affairs of Aims, prof. Luigi Troiani moderated the round table – “Smart Mobility” projects – cities in comparison: reconfiguring cities and rethinking urban mobility, which was attended by the mobility managers of the municipalities of Milan, Florence, Trento. We talked about “SMART MOBILITY” with Stefano Riazzola – Director of Mobility and Transport Municipality of Milan, Benoni Valentina, Head of the Mobility and Urban Regeneration Project – Municipality of Trento, Stefano Giorgetti – Councilor for major infrastructures, mobility and local public transport Municipality of Florence. Some cases of the PA were presented, analyzing how the Italian large municipalities are gearing up to contain CO2 emissions in urban networks through the preparation of recharging points for electric vehicles and the redevelopment of urban traffic districts in a sustainable way.
◼️ 14 January 2022
The Lazio Region’s commitment to the ecological transition – mitigation and adaptation for climate change on a sliding scale. Expo Dubai – Italy Pavilion Amphitheater
Concluding text of the conference that Asstra, the local public transport association, held in Rome on 13-14 December 2021. The document sets the position of public transport on sustainable mobility. In the debate, the concept of public-private harmonization and integration and of a global and interconnected vision of the means of urban mobility is often echoed. In the view of the leaders of the association and the experts who took part, city traffic will eventually belong exclusively to pedestrians, cyclists, electric vehicles, especially if public. Aims has followed the proceedings with interest, hoping that his voice can be heard in an upcoming edition of the authoritative conference.