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.

By Patrick Troy / Updated: 27 Jul 2020
By Antal Gertheis / Updated: 16 Jul 2020

SASMOB collects traffic data in Szeged – and shows the impacts of COVID on mobility

As part of the SASMOB project, the City of Szeged – a CIVITAS Award-recognised champion of sustainable mobility in Hungary – is working on an intelligent data-driven municipal response system, which will help optimise urban mobility services and provide better information to users and commuters.

By Kyrillos Spyrid... / Updated: 29 Jun 2020
By adham / Updated: 13 Aug 2020

Living "summer" streets in Aarhus

As a part of the “Summer Pedestrian Street Pilot Project”, two streets in Aarhus; “Graven” and “Vestergade” were converted into pedestrian streets from June 2019 to October 2019. The project’s objective was to enhance the liveable urban environment by creating living and green streets. This will contribute to the project's objective by making sustainable transport attractive and easy to adopt. This case study has been created as a part of the cities.multimodal project.

By Fiona Twisse / Updated: 15 Jun 2020
By Sofia Pechin / Updated: 14 Jun 2020

Report calls for concerted action on mobility to maintain better air quality in Italy

A report on air quality in Italy has highlighted the improvements that have occurred as a result of the COVID-19 crisis and has called for concerted action on mobility to ensure that air pollution does not return to previous, health-damaging levels.

By Patrick Troy / Updated: 15 Jun 2020
By adham / Updated: 13 Aug 2020
By s.govender@rupp... / Updated: 28 May 2020

LOW-CARB WEBINAR: How can public transport assist companies to develop mobility management measures?

It’s no secret that daily commuting to remote business districts can take a toll on people’s time, energy, and daily carbon footprint. Accessibility within an FUA is a vital part of reducing reliance on cars and facilitating a transition to low-carbon mobility systems that should be steered by clean public transport networks.

This webinar presents LOW-CARB's innovative solutions for connecting remote business districts to residential areas within functional urban areas. Therefore, allowing industry workers more sustainable routes and modes of travel to their places of work.

By Fiona Twisse / Updated: 18 May 2020