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Rita Petrovácz

Rita Petrovácz

Rita Petrovácz is a mobility expert and economist with specialisation on urban and regional development working for Mobilissimus. She has been working on urban and regional development and mobility projects since 2008. Her main focus areas were urban development strategies, with mobility, environment & climate and social issues. She was co-author of the Integrated Settlement Development Strategy of Budapest District 21, and the integrated mobility concept and feasibility studies (for transport association and infrastructure development projects) of the Balaton Region. She was coordinator of the Feasibility Study for Improving Public Transport System in the City of Vác, as well as consultant in the Székesfehérvár Intermodal Centre feasibility study.

She has extensive project management and public procurement experience, having also worked for national and regional development agencies.

Since 2017, she has been working for Mobilissimus where she is involved as project coordinator in the SHAREPLACE Interreg CE project, as well as several other projects such as the UIA SASMob Szeged project which focuses on workplace mobility planning.

Abstract

JOINING FORCES TO INFLUENCE EMPLOYEES MOBILITY CHOICES: THE SASMOB ALLIANCE OF SZEGED

Looking for new ways to influence mobility behaviour, the city of Szeged initiated an alliance with major employers. This approach facilitates cooperation between businesses and the city, through which businesses receive tools to shape workplace mobility, and they can more efficiently contribute to the sustainable mobility goals of the city.