Cycling in the USSR, trams in Poland, free public transport in Tallinn - these were just some of the topics that international researchers, artists and activists discussed at the recent CoMoDe symposium in Georgia's capital Tbilisi.
The conference on "Knowledge Production in Public Transport - Normativities. Actors. Outcomes" was organised by the team of the IfL project Contentious mobilities through a decolonial lens (CoMoDe) together with Ilia State University. Project member Egor Muleev attended the meeting, which included a "life-changing" trip on the Tbilisi Metro, and has written a worthwhile article about the symposium on the IfL-Blog