• Thursday, October 13, 2022
  • 11:30 - 13:00
  • Memo
  • Tulipano Room (Pav. B6)
  • Italian
  • Organized by: federMobilità, Isfort

The centrality of data for the proper setting of local public transport policies in its articulated procedural stages has long been one of the key issues at the attention of public decision makers. In the evolution of local mobility systems, looking at both new demand needs and new supply architectures, more flexible innovative services that complement the traditional scheduled LPT and are integrated into a broader, more flexible and more adherent to citizens' needs assume centrality. Moreover, broadening our gaze to local mobility policies, we cannot fail to mention the role played by planning, and in particular by Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans. The need for statistical information thus expands to the analysis and monitoring of new services and planning processes. Starting from a methodological and operational in-depth work on the topic, started a few months ago by federMobility with the support of Isfort, the workshop intends to discuss with the stakeholders of the system some first results achieved by the research activity, gathering points of view and reflections from different angles of observation and work.

Session Chairs:
Giuseppe Ruzziconi, president federMobility

Introduction and welcome

Giulio Guerrini, federMobility

Key note speech:
Statistical information for LPT and local mobility: the outline of a proposed methodological architecture
Carlo Carminucci, Isfort
Cesare Paonessa, Piedmont Mobility Agency


  • Sauro Mocetti, Bank of Italy
  • Marco Marmotti, ART - Autorità di Regolazione dei Trasporti
  • Anna Donati, Rome Services Agency for Mobility
  • Luca Tosi, Public Transport Agency of the basin of the Metropolitan City of Milan, Monza and Brianza, Lodi and Pavia


Angelo Mautone, Directorate General for Local and Regional Public Transport and Sustainable Public Mobility at MIMS