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LEVITATE Stakeholder Reference Group

LEVITATE Stakeholder Reference Group (SRG)

LEVITATE's Stakeholder Reference group facilitates a continuous and purposeful dialogue with experts about the impacts of connected and automated transport (CAT). The group brings together local, regional and national authorities, transpoort operators, researchers, OEMs and associations. The Stakeholder Reference Group will meet several times throughout the project, though not every meeting targets the full group.


Upcoming event:

2nd SRG Meeting: 26 November in Brussels

The second meeting of the SRG will take place on 26 November 2019 in Brussels. The aim of this meeting is to gather feedback on the Policy Support Tool (and some of its component parts, notably the impacts and policy interventions) created by project LEVITATE. Moreover, receiving input from the SRG and other interested cities for further advancement will also be highlighted in the program. Draft program will follow soon.

Please register here.


For more information, please contact Balázs Németh at


Past events:

1st SRG Meeting: 28 May 2019 in Gothenburg

28 May, full day Open Innovation workshop, Gothenburg, Lindholmen Conference Centre

The first meeting of the SRG will take place on 28 May 2019 in Gothenburg. This Open Innovation workshop will dive into understanding your wishes and needs with regards to impact assessment of automation and your expectations for any policy support tool. A draft agenda will be circulated soon.

Polis Traffic Efficiency Working Group

27 May, 12.30-18.00, Gothenburg, Lindholmen Conference Centre

The city of Gothenburg will host the next meeting of the Polis Traffic Efficiency Working Group. The main themes to be adressed at this meeting are likely to be (i) EC policy related to data access and reuse; (ii) multimodal network management and (iii) the C-ITS delegated act.

Polis-Gothenburg-Volvo workshop: Geofencing – new tool in town!

29 May, 9.00-13.00h, Gothenburg

The first geofencing applications appear in city streets: hybrid vehicles are turned to electric mode within specific areas, and speed is limited close to schools. How is the technology evolving, what is the expected market uptake, and how can cities use this in planning and managing traffic? Furthermore, what is the role of the cities, what challenges are posed and what are the next steps?

See and learn more about geofenced solutions and the city challenges in this workshop, which is organised by Polis in cooperation with the Volvo Group.


For more information, please contact Suzanne Hoadley at

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