The 7th Annual Future of Transport Conference
23 March 2022 Brussels & Online
Director-General DG Move, European Commission
CEO, Autostrade per l’Italia
Minister of Transport of Baden-Württemberg, Germany
Deputy Head of Cabinet for Commissioner Adina Vălean, European Commission
CEO, Savannah Resources
Member of Cabinet of Frans Timmermans, European Commission
Head of Unit, Sustainable and Intelligent Transport, DG MOVE, European Commission
Head of Department for Smart Mobility, Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management, Netherlands
Head of Licensing & Public Policy - Rentals, Bolt
Head of Unit for Mobility, DG GROW, European Commission
Director of Mobility Services, Barcelona City Council
Director General, FuelsEurope
Job titles correct at the time of the event
Hybrid Event Summary
On the 23rd March 2022, Forum Europe held its 7th Annual Future of Transport Conference in Brussels, gathering over 105 in-person participants in addition to 300+ joining virtually across 41 countries.
Taking place against the backdrop of the European Commission’s Efficient and Green Mobility winter 2021 package, the theme for this year’s event was ‘Delivering a smart and sustainable mobility ecosystem’. The key session discussions focussed on supply chain challenges affecting the transport sector, digital solutions in achieving an interconnected multimodality transport ecosystem, innovation in road safety, and finally, key decarbonisation measures for road transport that truly supports the transition to carbon neutrality.
This annual Future of Transport Conference is part of Forum Europe’s Own Initiative division where our event producers conceive, plan and deliver the event programmes focused on the critical pillars of EU transport policy. We work independently and alongside policymakers as well as industry stakeholders to ensure the content remains timely and relevant.
“It was a real pleasure for me to engage with your audience. And congratulations on the very well organised event. Hope to do it again in the future!”
Filip Negreanu-Arboreanu, Deputy Head of Cabinet for Commissioner Adina Vălean, European Commission
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