27, 28 & 29 November 2024 in Lisbon

Cruise and mobility

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November 27, 2024 • 14h00 - 17h30

One of the key flows in many port cities is created by the arrival of cruise ship passengers through the piers. This is both an opportunity and a challenge if not managed properly. The recent Covid-19 pandemic changed the way we look at this activity, accelerating certain transitions in the industry, such as becoming more environmentally sustainable and paying more attention to the demands of the destinations. Today, we look for a new balance between the touristic activities and the needs of local inhabitants. New fuels, OPS systems, new traffic management tools, new forms of tourism, and innovative mobility solutions help port cities manage these flows. In this session we will learn from different experiences in the sector, hearing different stakeholders share their perspectives and projects.

Peter V. HALL

Professor of Urban Studies and Associate Dean, FASS

Peter V Hall is Vice-Provost and Associate Vice-President, Academic, and Professor of Urban Studies at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, Canada. He is also an associate member of the Geography Department. His research examines the connections between port cities, seaports, and logistics, as well as community, local economic, and employment development. The Expert panel will benefit from his expertise in city and regional planning.

Location: Lisbon Cruise Port
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