6th International Conference | ’’Тowards a Humane City‘‘
Smart Mobility – Synergy Between Sustainable Mobility and New Technologies

Conference will take place at Plenary Hall of Assembly of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina in Novi Sad, on 26th and 27th October 2017.

Organized by:
- University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Technical Sciences
- Autonomous Province of Vojvodina, Provincial Secretariat for Energy, Construction and Transport
- Association Humane City, Novi Sad

Conference programme



We are honoured to invite you to the sixth international conference Towards a Humane City which is held 26-27 October 2017, traditionally in Novi Sad. It has passed ten years since the initiative for organizing the first conference, which is the reason for marking this conference as a jubilee. We are proud for being able, thanks to unselfish support of colleagues from the country, region and wider, to gather scientific and expert public, decision makers and ultimate users, with the aim of solving common problems of urban mobility and mutual responsibility before new challenges.

The goal of this conference is to incite new forms of dealing with contemporary problems and initiate common ctions which will lead to a new dimension of planning and faster affirmation of smart mobility in Southeast Europe cities and towns.

In the previous decade modern technological innovations have been successfully implemented in the field of transportation resulting in a significant change of travel demands and measures in traffic management systems. This conference target is to try together to find answers to the following questions: How to adapt introduction of certain technological innovations, regulations and economic measures, to local conditions, how to justify, fasten and institutionalise them? Which are their advantages and disadvantages? How to adapt educations system to those intensive changes? How to incite the development and competitiveness of the economy in this field in Southeast Europe cities and towns?

This time we want to show that “smart city” means “intelligent mobility” in all aspects of sustainability. It is the precondition of economic prosperity, social equality and environmental quality.




  • Governance of the smart and sustainable mobility
  • New mobility services
  • Advantages and disadvantages of autonomous vehicles
  • Future mobility data collection and demand modelling
  • Case studies and assessment of ITS applications
  • Public transport organization
  • New perspectives for urban freight and logistics development
  • Land use to support urban mobility
  • New pricing measures
  • The role of walking and cycling in reducing congestion
  • Environmental impact assessment