Cities.multimodal – urban transport system in transition towards low carbon mobility
The project wants to make it easier for people in cities around the Baltic Sea to combine walking, cycling, public transport and car-sharing as an environmentally friendly alternative to driving. The partners develop and apply an approach to sustainable urban mobility planning for such multimodal transport that is easy to adopt in other cities. It includes publicly visible mobility points and smartphone-based travel planning as well as a planners’ handbook and a toolbox to manage mobility.
Change cities – from car orientation to sustainable urban mobility
The cooperation between cities, non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and expert partners aims at developing and applying a low-threshold approach for environmentally friendly urban mobility, attractive and easy to adopt for follower cities. The project focuses on dense inner-city areas, offering good opportunities for sustainable mobility.
Multimodal city quarters – provide facilities
Partner cities choose an urban district for their activities, adapt the concept of Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning (SUMP) to suit city quarters and implement different measures: Mobility points make multimodal transport visible in public space and facilitate the use of sustainable transport modes and connections between them. IT solutions for individual travel planning improve accessibility of sustainable transport modes through smartphone applications. Campaigns awareness for the advantages of multimodal travel. A planners’ handbook ensures capacity building in cities beyond the project consortium.
Mobility management - change behavior
The project partners develop a general mobility management concept to change mobility behavior of people. A tool box for mobility management is developed and applied by the project partners. It contains measures for mobility management in schools and kindergartens, companies and for inner-city investors.