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Urban mobility measures should be monitored and evaluated to understand how they work and perform. This helps cities identify problems and areas for improvement, and record elements that have been a success.

A good monitoring and evaluation system will inform project reports and provide useful data to stakeholders on the urban mobility situation in their city.

 
By Eileen O'connell / Updated: 01 Feb 2017

EVIDENCE Project Final Workshop

23 February, 14B Rue de La Science, Brussels

The EVIDENCE project is a strategic initiative funded by EACI to investigate the economic evidence for sustainable urban mobility measures.

This final workshop will present the findings and recommendations from the project, look at how the evidence has been used in cities and campaigns, and investigate the barriers to integration of sustainable mobility.

It will finish with a look at the gaps in the evidence, new forms of mobility to be investigated and how best to implement the evidence.

By News Editor / Updated: 20 Oct 2016

NISTO Bike PRINT - tracking and analysing cyclist data

Cycling policies and measures are a powerful instruments for enhancing sustainable urban mobility. Bike PRINT is an innovative tool that contributes to better understanding cycling in order to improve bike infrastructure, cyclist safety, policy development, communication and more cohesion between local governments and cyclists. This will lead to a modal shift from cars to bikes and sustainable infrastructure.

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By News Editor / Updated: 20 Oct 2016

NISTO Evaluation Toolkit User Guide

The NISTO toolkit has been designed for transport planners, local and regional authorities, researchers and non-governmental organisations who want to appraise different options to solve a mobility-related problem in the urban or regional context.

It is particularly suited for the early assessment of alternatives when detailed data is not yet available about the impacts of the interventions. The NISTO evaluation toolkit can be used to evaluate small-scale mobility projects for sustainability and stakeholder preferences and monitor policy targets.

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By Maria Guilarte / Updated: 23 Sep 2016

A new book published about Mobility Management and Integrated Transport Policies from PhD Thesis in Brazil

Forums: 

Book´s name
¨Gerenciamento da Mobilidade e Política Integrada dos Transportes
Pesquisa de resultados com sucesso no mundo, contribuindo com uma metodologia proposta para o Brasil e América Latina¨

Printed by Novas Edições Acadêmicas (2016-08-08), Germany

Project Book: ISBN-13: 978-3-8417-2145-7
ISBN-10:3841721451EAN:9783841721457

Language: PT from Brazil

Research vision and contribution for all transport and sustainable mobility community:

By Jerome Simpson / Updated: 28 Sep 2016

IT developers / philanthropists / strategic partners

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Background

Since late 2014, the REC has been developing and piloting on site a tool to monitor and help reduce CO2 and pollutant emissions and improve the energy efficiency of its employees’ commuting. The data it gathers (including fuel costs, savings and calories burned) feed into a daily ride-sharing platform and a website that also offers other information on public transport services, bike-to-work options and mobility planning. The technical set-up is illustrated here.

By Lewis Macdonald / Updated: 01 Aug 2016

CIVITAS Training: Evaluating and upscaling urban mobility projects

Trialling innovative transport and mobility measures is a valuable way to gain an understanding of technical feasibility, user acceptance, and impact.

However, there are often challenges involved in increasing the scale of a measure and deploying it more widely.

By Fred Dotter / Updated: 06 Jun 2016
By Gabor Heves / Updated: 06 Jun 2016

SmartMove final conference

The SmartMove project consortium coordially invites you to its final conference, to be held on 22 June 2016, in Cologne (Germany). The conference will showcase key findings from Germany, Poland, Portugal, Greece, Spain and Austria.

Highlights include including: 1) an increase in passenger numbers by between 5 and 15 per cent; 2) annual CO2 emissions savings of between 20 and 100 tonnes; 3) a high level of cost efficiency compared to infrastructure-oriented measures; and 4) adaptability to different conditions.

By Lewis Macdonald / Updated: 17 May 2016

Urban Transport Roadmaps 2030 Webinar Series

The Urban Transport Roadmaps 2030 Tool was launched on 14 April at the close of the 3rd European Conference on Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans.

By Guy Hitchcock / Updated: 28 Apr 2016

Urban Transport Roadmaps scenario-building tool

The Urban Transport Roadmaps tool is an online policy support tool that is aimed at the large number of small and medium-sized cities in Europe who may not have the resource for major policy assessment and modelling work.

Using this tool cities can explore and identify appropriate sustainable transport policy measures; quantify the transport, environmental and economic impacts of these measures; consider an implementation pathway (roadmap) for the policy scenario. The tool can be accessed from the project website.

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