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Five takeaways from 20-20 Cities, Brussels

In June, Cities Today brought together municipal governments and mobility service providers to discuss the challenges of introducing ‘Mobility-as-a-Service’ (MaaS) to cities across Europe during the 11th 20-20 Cities meeting. Pascal Smet, Brussels’ Minister for Mobility and Public Works and Chair of the 2020 Cities meetings, spoke about the goal of transforming the Belgian capital’s streets and buildings to create a zero-emissions city. Other key speakers included Miguel Gaspar, Deputy Mayor of Lisbon, Lilli Matson, Director of Strategy for Transport for London (TfL), Thomas Beermann, CEO of car2go, Alain Groff, Head of Mobility for Basel, and Eckart Diepenhorst, CEO of mytaxi.

A record number of cities, which included London, Basel, Belfast, Amsterdam and Hamburg, gathered for the two-day roundtable discussion in Brussels
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