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.
10th Informed Cities Forum
The 10th edition of the Informed Cities Forum seeks to aid cities in their transition to sustainable mobility. It does so in two ways:
Re-live Urban Mobility Days 2022Submitted by Hannah Figg on 19 Oct 2022
Re-live Urban Mobility Days 2022Submitted by sebnolens on 16 Oct 2022
Access the recordings and material from the Urban Mobility Days conference which took place on 20-22 September 2022.
Urban Mobility Days Conference 2022 - Currently underwaySubmitted by Hannah Figg on 20 Sep 2022
Brussels' Car Free Sunday: a day for truly sustainable mobilitySubmitted by Isobel Duxfield on 19 Sep 2022
Dutch cities use temporary bike racks to show people benefits of installing more bike parkingSubmitted by Isobel Duxfield on 06 Sep 2022
Managing parking is critical for the shift towards sustainable urban mobility, in relation to both managing the parking available for car users, as well as creating more parking spaces for cyclists.
5th INDIMO Co-creation Community Workshop: Transferability of the INDIMO tools to a wider European context
The INDIMO project is a three-year EU-funded Horizon 2020 project that aims to extend the benefits of digitally interconnected transport systems to people that currently face barriers in using or accessing such solutions. Through the co-design of the INDIMO Inclusive Digital Mobility Toolbox, the project enables developers, policy makers and service operators include the user perspective when dealing with digital mobility solutions.
Brussels park and ride car parks to become free of chargeSubmitted by Michiel Modijefsky on 15 Aug 2022
From 5 September 2022, the use of park and ride car parks (P+R) in the Belgian capital Brussels will be free for commuters. In addition, the subscription costs for Cycloparking, a network of secure parking places for bicycles throughout the Brussels’ agglomeration, will be reduced by 75%. The aim of both initiatives is to encourage commuters not to drive into the city.