DUT’s Mapping of 15-minute City Practices – Results Webinar

Learnings and reflections from the updated overview on 15-minute City practices in Europe and beyond 

30 April, 14:00-16:00 CET

While the 15-minute City concept has a compelling narrative, how can the concept be operationalised? Join the webinar to learn about the results of the mapping of 15-minute City practices, learn from and exchange on experience of European cities for the urban mobility transition and more.

The 15-minute City concept has set out to spread an ambitious vision for increasing opportunities, connections and quality of life in cities. However, more information is needed to understand which form and shape the work with the concept can take on the ground. 

In early 2023, the 15-minute City Transition Pathway of the Driving Urban Transitions Partnership commissioned a mapping of city practice connected to the 15-minute City concept, and related fields of policy. We aim to build an informed perspective on the mosaic of international practical definitions, strategies, instruments, experience of implementation and needs for research and innovation. During the past 12 months, a team of experts from Technical University Munich, University of Westminster, and University of Porto realised this activity by collecting, describing and analysing examples of strategic anchoring of local concepts for the City of Proximity.

This webinar is directed to a broad interested audience that wants to learn from and exchange on practice of European cities for the mobility transition, specifically focusing on personal mobility, urban planning and public space, urban logistics and services as well as innovative governance. 

You will learn from the Mapping overview of 100 cities and their 400+ practices connected to the wider realm of 15-minute policies, as well as the deep dive into six case studies all over Europe. We invite you to reflect and discuss the findings with us and help us shape the next steps.  


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