„Do you want to or do you have to drive a car?" - Katja Diehl opened the evening of the second SpeakerSeries "Future of Mobility" with this exciting question. It turns out that answering this question is not so easy. The fact is that many people don't have the option of being mobile without a car, and that's exactly what Katja Diehl wants to do.
"How does it look with us in Munich, we have heard what would be beautiful, now let's hear what is beautiful here" - with this sentence, second mayor Katrin Habenschaden introduced her vision for mobility in Munich. The aspect of where Munich currently stands in terms of mobility was not neglected. There is still a lot to do for the future, but the first start has been made. Although the city's hands are tied in many decisions, such as parking fees, the audience also commented in the discussion that the current pace of the mobility revolution is too slow.
Also in the second round of the SpeakerSeries the Future of mobility the focus. After a short reading from their book Autokorrektur, Katja Diehl and Katrin Habenschaden addressed the question of how we can all achieve fair and equitable mobility that puts people, not vehicles, at the center. Together with 200 guests, they then discussed what the city of tomorrow will look like.
For all those who unfortunately could not be there yesterday, here is the Link for recording:
About our speakers:
- Katja Diehl: impressive plea #Autokorrektur for an inclusive and climate-friendly transportation transition is on everyone's lips. With her drive, know-how and creativity, the mobility expert whets people's appetites for a society that works together to build an attractive and climate-friendly future for everyone. A future that offers more quality of life in cities and in the countryside and takes into account modern forms of work. Her book "Autokorrektur" is intended to kick off a society that builds an attractive mobility future together - today. In Katja Diehl's vision of the future, people can drive cars if they want to. But they no longer have to - because there are attractive alternatives.
- Katrin Habenschaden: (2nd Mayoress of Munich) is consistently pushing the mobility turnaround in Munich with similar drive, knowledge and creativity. She demands and promotes the 365-Euro-Ticket for all, the implementation of Munich's bicycle petition, the expansion and supplementation of the underground network, the simultaneous expansion and acceleration of the bus network, the construction of an S-Bahn ring and much more.
"Future of mobility" is a series of lectures by MCube – Munich Cluster for the future of Mobility in Metropolitan Regions Technical University Munich openLAB Urban Mobility and in cooperation with the Deutsches Museum – Verkehrszentrum.
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