Entitled “Redistribution of the public space – forging new paths together”, the third annual conference of the National Competence Network for Sustainable Mobility (Nationales Kompetenznetzwerk für nachhaltige Mobilität - NaKoMo) takes place today.

More than 30 representatives from the federal government, states and municipalities, from science and practice, will speak about the opportunities and challenges of sustainable mobility at the digital conference. Issues include fair sharing of public spaces in rural areas, digital solutions for reorganization in urban spaces and how mobility can be designed for crises, such as pandemics.

NaKoMo stands for the exchange of ideas and networking. The goal of the network is to interlink municipalities, the federal government and federal states with each other as well as additional relevant experts and stakeholders. This will further support municipalities in their implementation of the transition to sustainable mobility.

NaKoMo was founded in April 2019 by the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure, Saarland as representative of the federal states as well as the Association of German Cities (Der Deutsche Städtetag).

Further information can be found here: NaKoMo-Brochure (PDF, in German)