Tuesday, 14 January 2020 at 2:00 pm – Tuesday, 14 January 2020 at 6:00 pm

Future Mobility Symposium 2020

Manchester School of Architecture in partnership with Transport for Greater Manchester

Date: Tuesday 14th January 2020

Time: 2pm – 6pm

Location: Benzie Building, Higher Ormond Street, Manchester, M15 6BG

Tickets: Free – Available on Eventbrite

As part of the Innovate UK Government funded Centre for Connected Autonomous Vehicles (CCAV 2) project ‘SYNERGY’, the Complexity Planning and Urbanism Lab (CPU-Lab) at the Manchester School of Architecture in partnership with Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) is organising the Future Mobility Symposium 2020 in Manchester.

This half-day event is planned around Connected Autonomous Vehicles (CAVs), to explore their potentials, pitfalls, government policies, current projects and research conducted in this area.

The event will include a panel of experts from industry, academia and government to discuss issues and share their views around the implementation of the technology, upcoming projects, policy work and potential concerns. This event will feature a number of provocations from experts in the field followed by
a round-table discussion leading to a published public report.

The provocations and discussion will revolve around the following themes:

  • Disruption to existing services
  • Benefits (for mobility)
  • Risks
  • Urban Transformation / Changes required to City Infrastructure

For more information, please contact:

May Bassanino · m.bassanino@mmu.ac.uk

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