Public and stakeholder involvement

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Effective policies and measures require the involvement and ownership of stakeholders, including the wider public. A strategy that includes the public and stakeholders can help cities undertake effective reviews and host discussions that can strengthen urban mobility plans and enable greater chances of success.

 
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By News Editor / Updated: 14 Apr 2015

Successfully involving stakeholders

Stakeholder engagement is an important aspect of any decision-making process and is recognised by transport practitioners and decision-makers as a critical factor for successful implementation of mobility measures.

The CIVITAS Initiative has developed a toolkit for use by transport practitioners so they can effectively involve stakeholders in the planning of measures. The toolkit includes elements to help plan, carry out and evaluate the process of engaging stakeholders.

See below to download the document.

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By News Editor / Updated: 10 Oct 2017

Marketing sustainable mobility

Successful sustainable mobility measures can only come about through reaching the people for whom they are designed. Communicating directly and indirectly with users also helps to demonstrate transparency and a willingness to engage and involve citizens and stakeholders in a dialogue about services which are important to them.

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By News Editor / Updated: 04 Aug 2015

Involving older stakeholders

The AENEAS Stakeholder Involvement Handbook is intended to encourage organisations which are not familiar with stakeholder involvement to try out some of the tools and techniques in their own projects.

Since excellent work has been done in this field before, this document is largely building on these experiences and focusing on older people and relevant stakeholders. 

See below to download the handbook. For more information visit aeneas-project.eu

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By News Editor / Updated: 29 Jan 2015

Public participation in sustainable transport

Consultation and participation of key stakeholders and members of the public when developing sustainable transport measures is a valuable process, helping to drive public acceptance and design more effective schemes. This handbook, produced by the GUIDEMAPS project, provides a great deal of advice on this topic together with practical examples from cities that have used innovative public participation strategies to help them to improve their planning and delivery of sustainable transport policies.

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By News Editor / Updated: 17 Aug 2020

Addressing challenges in sustainable urban mobility planning

Although the concept of sustainable urban mobility planning is now mainstream in European cities, a number of common challenges remain. An awareness of these challenges is required so that they can be adequately planned for using Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans (SUMPs). Innovative and transferable solutions for these challenges are also being sought at present.

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By News Editor / Updated: 17 Aug 2020

Good practice in stakeholder engagement

Developing sustainable transport solutions, whether involving new infrastructure, services, or communications activities, requires the involvement and engagement of relevant stakeholders to ensure their success. This process goes hand in hand with project management, which comprises all the key activities of ensuring that project runs in a cost-effective, efficient and productive manner.

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