UIC 1st door-to-door solutions workshop - 14 November 2018 Business to business opportunities for a sustainable urban mobility - Warsaw, Poland

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Business to business opportunities for a sustainable urban mobility

14th of November 2018 - Warsaw - Poland

The event will be an opportunity for railways to discuss business opportunities for the first and last mile solutions, with a strong focus on sustainable solutions

The goal of the workshop is to open a dialogue between railway companies and urban mobility providers for a new mobility offer to exchange best practices and stimulate partnerships and cooperation, in the frame of the new UIC project “Door-to door solutions” (2018-2020) that will be presented in the workshop.

Car sharing, carpooling, bike sharing, scooter sharing, stations as hubs, Maas tools, journey planners, integration with public transport, electric vehicles facilities and integrated offer: these are areas in which railway companies are engaging with passion and new forms of business can be created for the benefits of customers, citizens and environment.

Participants and speakers will gather UIC Members and key stakeholders from the door to door economy.

This event is recognized as contributing to the UNFCCC Talanoa Dialogue

Programme

Location at Intercontinental Warsaw:

“Composers” (Kompozytorzy) - 2nd floor

9:30 - 10:20 - Introduction

Welcome speech 9.30h - 09.50h

• Andrzej Massel, Deputy Director of Railway Research Institute (IK) Poland
• Jerzy Wisniewski, Director Fundamental Values - Coordinator Middle-Eastern Region, UIC (10 minutes)

The UIC door-to-door project 9.50h - 10.20h

• Carole Escolan, Head of the UIC Sustainable Development Unit,
• Raimondo Orsini, Director of Sustainable Development Foundation

10:20 - 11:00 Session 1: Openning session

International overview

International stakeholders and organizations bringing insights on a worldwide level: sharing mobility projects, door-to-door projects, world urban mobility, etc.

• Francisco Furtado, International Transport Forum, OECD
Presentation on door-to door/sharing mobility projects
• Maas Alliance
World urban mobility and examples from cities
• Michel Arnd, Polis Network
European overview on innovative transport solutions

11:00 - 12:30 Session 2: Best practices

Speakers from different urban transport sectors will give an overview about several solutions and their experiences in the field of mobility as a service, integrated urban mobility, sharing/pooling, electric charging.

Urban mobility providers invited:
• Gianni Martino, Managing Director Italy/Spain & Country Manager Europe South, Car2go
• TBD, DriveNow GmbH & Co. KG
• Torben Bursinski, Product Tribe Lead Strategy, MyTaxi
• Derrien Gauthier, Head Europe, Lime
• De Feo Mirko, Head of Business Development, Free2move
• Stefano Polimeno, Head of Business Development, URBI
• Alessandro Felici, Ceo Evolnet - Mobike
• Maurizio Pompili, Italy country Manager, eCooltra
• TBD, Clearchannel
• Markewitz Victoria, Business Development Principal, Via
• Pietro Peyron, Business Development Manager Italy, Nextbike

Open debate between UIC members and urban mobility providers

Open debate: Q&A session

12:30 - 14:00 Networking lunch - “Downtown” - 1st floor

This moment provides the opportunity for UIC members and urban mobility providers to share ideas and create relationships and strategic alliances.

14:00 - 15:30 Session 3: Business examples and cooperation models

The challenges introduced by the new mobility, require rail companies to adopt a systemic door-to-door approach and propose travel offers capable to provide the final customer with easy solutions to run the first and last mile (home-rail station; rail station-final destination) in a sustainable, efficient and comfortable way.

Some EU rail companies have already acted in this sense, while others are starting now to focus on this important aspect of co-modality. The session will present an overview of door-to-door models already in place as well as new plans to come, providing information on challenges and opportunities in the set up of partnership with urban mobility providers.

Will be represented:

• SBB Swiss Federal Railways - Switzerland
• FS - Italian State Railways - Italy
• DB - Deutsche Bahn - Germany
• NSB - Norway railways - Norway
• Bane Nor - Norway
• Gares&Connexions, SNCF - France
• ADIF - Spain
• Slovenian Railway - Slovenia
• Sustainability Affairs, CER
• NUGO
• Warsaw transport authority
• UIC Station Managers Global Group (SMGG)

Open debate with UIC members motivated to launch door-to-door partnerships

15:30 - 16:00 Conclusions and next steps

• Raimondo Orsini, Director of Sustainable Development Foundation (10 min)
Wrapping up
• Carole Escolan, Head of the UIC Sustainable Development Unit (10 min)
Next step

Practical Information

Date: 14 November 2018

InterContinental Warsaw
Emilii Plater Street 49
Warsaw, 00-125, Poland
+48-22-3288888

Global debate on mobility challenges

The UIC event Global debate on mobility challenges for future society will take place on the 15th and 16th of November in the same venue.

Participants to the door-to-door workshop are welcome to register to this event for FREE. Please select "Door to door solutions workshop" Attendee when registering.

If you wish to participate to the Gala Dinner on the 15th of November, please note that you will be requested to register in advance by email: philippe@uic.org and pay on-site the amount of 60 euros.

We strongly encourage to register and to learn more about this event following this link: https://events.uic.org/global-debate-on-mobility-challenges-for-future-society

Access:
From Warsaw Chopin Airport: Lines S2 or S3
From Central Railway Station: 5 minute walk
Closest Metro station: 2 Rondo ONZ
Closest Trams: 17, 31, 33, 70

The event is free of charge. Travel and accommodation expenses are the responsibility of the participant

PRESENTATIONS

My taxy
http://osservatoriosharingmobility.it/wp-content/uploads/2018/pptvarsavia/Torben-Bursinski_MyTaxi.pdf

SBB
http://osservatoriosharingmobility.it/wp-content/uploads/2018/pptvarsavia/Thomas-Bollinger_SBB.pdf

URBI
http://osservatoriosharingmobility.it/wp-content/uploads/2018/pptvarsavia/Stefano-Polimeno_URBI.pdf

SUSDEF-ORSINI
http://osservatoriosharingmobility.it/wp-content/uploads/2018/pptvarsavia/Raimondo-Orsini_Fondazione-sviluppo-sostenibile.pdf

POLIS
http://osservatoriosharingmobility.it/wp-content/uploads/2018/pptvarsavia/Michel-Arnd_Polis-Network.pdf

NSB
http://osservatoriosharingmobility.it/wp-content/uploads/2018/pptvarsavia/Margrethe-Sagevik_NSB-Holding.pdf

RFI
http://osservatoriosharingmobility.it/wp-content/uploads/2018/pptvarsavia/Luigi-Contestabile_RFI.pdf

Jerzy Wisniewski_UIC
http://osservatoriosharingmobility.it/wp-content/uploads/2018/pptvarsavia/Jerzy-Wisniewski_UIC.pdf

CAR2GO
http://osservatoriosharingmobility.it/wp-content/uploads/2018/pptvarsavia/Gianni-Martino_car2go.pdf

DB
http://osservatoriosharingmobility.it/wp-content/uploads/2018/pptvarsavia/Frederic-Sattler_Deutsche-Bahn.pdf

ITF
http://osservatoriosharingmobility.it/wp-content/uploads/2018/pptvarsavia/Francisco-Furtado_ITF.pdf

CER
http://osservatoriosharingmobility.it/wp-content/uploads/2018/pptvarsavia/Ethem-Pekin_CER.pdf

Escolan Zeno_UIC
http://osservatoriosharingmobility.it/wp-content/uploads/2018/pptvarsavia/Escolan-Zeno_UIC.pdf

Carlos Ventura_UIC-Station group
http://osservatoriosharingmobility.it/wp-content/uploads/2018/pptvarsavia/Carlos-Ventura_UIC-Station-group.pdf