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Uli WESSLING

Engineer

Transport, Mobility and Sustainability Department, Area Metropolitana De Barcelona

BARCELONA, Spain

Uli Wessling is Planning Responsible of the Transport, Mobility and Sustainability Department at the Barcelona Metropolitan Area (AMB). He is in charge of the planning of the tendered services which transport over 100 million passengers a year. The services include regular bus services, night bus services, express lines, metrobus, on-demand services and tourist services among others.rHe has over ten years experience working in sustainable mobility planning, two years experience working at the university, six years private consultancy and five years in the public administration where he is currently working.rHe is civil engineer, specialised on urbanism and transportation, with a Master Degree on Infrastructure Management (Universitat Politècnica de Caralunya and Col·legi de Camins) and a Master Degree on Political Analysis (Universitat Oberta de Catalunya).rr

Sessions

Wed 23 Oct: Happy bus drivers, happy customers

On-demand intermediate bus stops in night bus services in Barcelona for women and children


With the aim of fostering a change of habits among the public to reduce pollution and improve air quality, Barcelona Metropolitan Area (AMB) has created the metropolitan AMB Exprés and AMB Metrobús bus services. These new bus services will facilitate more direct and more frequent connections. Estimates show they could attract around 12 million more users a year to public transport.With the aim of fostering a change of habits among the public to reduce pollution and improve air quality, Barcelona Metropolitan Area (AMB) has created the metropolitan AMB Exprés and AMB Metrobús bus services. These new bus services will facilitate more direct and more frequent connections. Estimates show they could attract around 12 million more users a year to public transport.