Inclusive planning and design for healthier cities


20 May
11:00 to 12:30


Hall 1, Level +1

The Third Plenary will focus on how cities and mobility systems can be designed to include all and promote healthier lifestyles and greener cities. The panel will look into how urban spaces, infrastructure and transport systems can be made more appealing, comfortable and efficient, and the critical importance of safe and secure systems to accessibility and inclusive mobility. It will then reflect on the intersectoral cooperation needed to design policies for a healthier urban environment, linking mobility with urban planning, health, land use, housing, education and taxation policies. The speakers will be asked what lessons can be drawn from the COVID-19 crisis regarding promoting active modes for climate change mitigation, better air quality and healthier lifestyles. With increasing urbanisation rates, they will also examine how public transport can be enhanced and capacity increased to achieve our shared objectives of sustainability and inclusion.


Gibet Camós

Director of Development and International Relations

Transports Metropolitans de Barcelona (TMB)

Matt McCann

Founder & CEO

Access Earth

Tord Sundqvist


Jönköping Municipality, Sweden

Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus


World Health Organization (video message)

Karen Vancluysen

Secretary General


Jill Warren


European Cyclists’ Federation (ECF)