authors

Katia Kishchenko

Katia Kishchenko

Katia has been working for the City of Antwerp since 2017 as a communication and dissemination manager on the city mobility programme Smart Ways to Antwerp and European mobility projects, such as Civitas Portis. She is mainly responsible for corporate communication; including content strategy and creation, event management, behavioural change, government/private corporation and dissemination on national and international level. She has an academic background in multilingual communication and international relations. Before she joined the City of Antwerp, she has been working as content editor at Visit Flanders.

Abstract

MICRO-MOBILITY IN ANTWERP: A LICENSE MODEL FOR SHARED MOBILITY

Shared mobility is becoming more popular. Shared electric scooters, mopeds, bikes, cargo bikes are making their entrance in the cities. In order to ensure the quality and keep the quantity (vehicles taking up public space) in control, Antwerp has set up a license model for shared mobility providers.