On Thursday 16 January, the Budapest Centre for Budapest Transport organised its first SPROUT workshop.
24 participants discussed in small groups about ‘How would the mobility situation change?’ focusing on different fields of micromobility.
Participants actively joined the work, complementing each others views and perspectives, and managing to agree on the major points within their groups. According to the participants, the following factors will have the most relevant impact on the state of micromobility in Budapest: health and safety laws, consumer- and citizen-oriented digitalization and local environmental quality. The mobility situation might get better in case of stronger regulation of micromobility. Enough and adequate space can be provided to micromobility vehicles in case of reorganisation of public space.
Photo: BKK/Simon Nyírő