Mobility management

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Mobility management refers to the promotion of sustainable transport. At the core of mobility management are 'soft' awareness-raising measures like information, communication and marketing campaigns. Mobility management measures do not necessarily require large financial investments and may provide cities with good value for money.

By Isobel Duxfield / Updated: 20 Jul 2021
By Sofia Pechin / Updated: 12 Jul 2021

Having a mobility manager is now mandatory for companies and municipalities in Italy

The role of 'mobility manager' was introduced in 1998 in Italian law, although having such a position has only recently become mandatory. At the time of its establishment - more than 20 years ago - the role of the mobility manager was to optimise urban mobility and to reduce the negative impacts of transport. Today, due to the pandemic, the focus has shifted to employees' health, social distancing and the management of smart working.
By Isobel Duxfield / Updated: 05 Jul 2021
By Hannah Figg / Updated: 21 Jun 2021

'Work Smart, Travel Smart' – Mobility management in Amsterdam

The Metropolitan Region Amsterdam (MRA) is growing. By 2040, there will be an additional 250,000 homes and many more jobs. With this growth, mobility will also grow. However, the roads and public transport system had already almost reached their limits before the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Although the full impact of COVID-19 on urban mobility in the coming years remains uncertain, one could expect mobility to grow again. Hence, how to keep the MRA accessible in a sustainable manner continues to be a challenge.

By bnemeth / Updated: 17 Jun 2021
By Mariliza Merti / Updated: 14 Jun 2021
By rswa178 / Updated: 05 Jul 2021
By Mariliza Merti / Updated: 08 Jun 2021
By rswa178 / Updated: 05 Jul 2021
By bnemeth / Updated: 25 May 2021

Belgrade, finalist of the 9th SUMP Award – challenging reality meets ambitious targets

Belgrade, one of the most populated metropolitan cities of the Balkan region, was one of the finalists of the 9th SUMP Award, alongside the Greater Grenoble Area Mobility Authority (SMMAG) (FR) and Bilbao (ES). It earned this honour, as a result of showing a clear and ambitious goal to implement its Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (SUMP) despite a lack of quality infrastructure for active and sustainable modes of transport.