Interdisciplinary student groups exploring mobility in metropolitan regions across Europe

In the 4th round of euMOVE in 2023, twelve students with different academic backgrounds visited the metropolitan regions of Budapest, Lyon and Prague to investigate how these regions approach future mobility challenges.

On July 27, they presented their results in front of international guests, Munich mobility department and scholars from different disciplines.The students brought together their academic backgrounds of STS, RESET, politics and technology, mechatronics, civil engineering, architecture and transportation systems. In mixed teams, they organized and went to a field trip in three different metropolitan regions to explore how these regions use shared mobility, mobility pricing, and living labs to counter existing mobility challenges. Further, the groups conducted a comparative analysis of the discourse on mobility in these regions with regard to post growth, the meaning of mobility transition and mobility justice.

The immersive experience of the field trip allowed the students to write not only six working papers on these topics, but also to practice science communication via Instagram (www.instagram.com/tum.eumove) and to present their findings for a wider public at the final event.

The project course is a collaboration of the chairs of Automotive Technology, Urban Structure and Transport Planning, Urban Design, Innovation Research (ISPP), and MCube. The final reports are available as a collection here.

euMOVE European Mobility Venture Report 2023

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