Regulating for inclusive access: lessons for transport from the pandemic


19 May
16:30 to 18:00


Hall 2, Level +1

The panel will examine how city governments can regulate passenger and freight transport to serve citizens to create cleaner, healthier and more inclusive urban mobility after the pandemic. In particular, it will highlight the role of national governments and financing to empower cities to promote cycling, walking and public transport as well as green urban logistics, to avoid a shift back to private vehicles.


Sudhendu Jyoti Sinha


NITI Aayog (National Institution for Transforming India)

Kate Barnes

Head of Public Policy - Safety & Inclusion

TIER Mobility

Peter Cosyn

Senior Project Manager & Accessibility Expert

Tractebel Engineering

Susanna Zammataro

Director General

International Road Federation (IRF)

Jaehak Oh


Korea Transport Institute (KOTI)