The appeal of personal mobility has probably never been greater than right now due to pandemic-related lockdowns. The dramatic invasion of Russia to Ukraine has led to a rise in energy prices and triggering a major economic crisis across western countries. In this very critical period, we all have the challenges to provide inclusive mobility solutions with road transport as key component of such inclusiveness.
The 51st ASECAP Study & information days will focus on how to provide equal access to mobility services being a key point for social and economic developments. How can financing transport infrastructure help deliver on equity and efficiency? What good practices exist in this regard. What are the best ways to link funding to environmental and safety objectives as economic booster? What innovative financing tools will attract private funds to mobility infrastructure investments?
Milan, Italy's fashion and design capital, is the chosen host for this year's conference. Blending historic splendor with modern flair, it features landmarks like the Duomo di Milano and Sforza Castle. Renowned for its rich culinary scene, Milan combines traditional dishes with innovative cuisine. With a focus on sustainability and an efficient transport system, it provides an ideal setting for productive discussions and networking.