Flagship Project 1: Challenges of Urban Mobility

Our first flagship project of the second Call of EELISA will consist of several activities, with a level 3 impact (commitment) and will be recognised as such with a badge for your EELISA Credential.

We are happy to announce our first activity of the year:

4 April, 11.30 AM

Escuela de Ingenieros de Caminos, Canales y Puertos, c/Profesor Aranguren, Ciudad Universitaria, Madrid—Sala José Echagaray, First floor.


Lecture by Prof, Susan Handy, Department of Environmental Science and Policy, University of California at Davis.

Dr. Susan Handy is internationally known for her research on the relationships between transportation and land use, particularly the impact of neighborhood design on travel behavior, and on strategies for reducing automobile dependence. Her recent work includes a series of studies on bicycling in Davis, in addition to projects for the California Air Resources Board and Caltrans on methods for evaluating the impacts on vehicle travel of proposed land development and transportation projects.  

Click to see and download programme: https://blogs.upm.es/eemove/wp-content/uploads/sites/922/2022/03/22_03_11_Cartel-Actividad-1-EEMOVE_v.2-1.pdf


To register, please write to: eemove.community@upm.es