Monitoring and evaluation

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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.

 
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By Jane Tewson / Updated: 31 May 2022

Urban Mobility Days Conference 2022

Urban Mobility Days 2022 

The date and location for the 2022 edition of Urban Mobility Days have now been confirmed. The conference will take place on 20-22 September in Brno, Czech Republic.

Following in the footsteps of previous successful conferences, this year’s theme is “Moving people and goods more sustainably”. More than 70% of Europeans live in cities, and urban areas account for around 23% of the EU’s GHG transport emissions. If we are to achieve ambitious climate targets, transforming urban mobility will be critical.

By Matthew Collings / Updated: 08 Apr 2022
By Jane Tewson / Updated: 13 Apr 2022

MOBILITY SUMMIT 2022

The Mobility Summit 2022 organised by Hacon and eos.uptrade will take place in Hamburg, Germany from 31 May-1 June 2022 at 10:00-17:00 CET. Join delegates to discuss how it takes more than talking about Mobility as a Service (MaaS) and colorful apps to successfully shape the traffic turnaround.

By Jane Tewson / Updated: 13 Apr 2022

polisMOBILITY Conference 2022

The polisMOBILITY – Moving Cities Conference 2022 will take place from 18-21 May at 10:00-17:30 CET in Cologne, Germany.

Participants will interact, network and discuss the challenges of the mobility turnaround, using international pilot projects and case studies, with the aim to develop cooperative solutions.  

By Jane Tewson / Updated: 24 Mar 2022
By Isobel Duxfield / Updated: 14 Mar 2022
By Matthew Collings / Updated: 22 Feb 2022

New measures on scooter misuse to be implemented in Brussels

Micromobility has been a welcome addition in increasing the mobility of residents whilst producing low carbon emissions, however the misuse of the personal mobility devices has been creating problems for pedestrians in Brussels and has almost led to them being banned in some municipalities.
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