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Lead Partner: University of Aveiro
CISMOB main vision is to promote innovative ways to reduce carbon footprint and increase the sustainability of urban areas by improving the efficiency in the use of urban transport infrastructure through ICT. In a context of increasing availability of sensor technology to monitor and record large amounts of data, a common challenge to policy makers is to identify the best practices to take advantage of these new sources of data and use them to prioritize intervention areas, to manage efficiently current road networks, to inform citizens and motivate them to choose more sustainable mobility options. CISMOB will focus on improving the implementation of regional policies and local mobility programmers by having a thorough understanding about the different transport-related impacts and the main vulnerabilities associated to different zones of the territory. CISMOB partners consider that policy and local mobility programs should not be focused in minimizing a particular parameter (ex. Levels of congestion), but rather to promote holistic approaches capable of responding to the questions: what (to minimize)? Why? When? Where? And how? Regional and Policy instruments should also provide a framework of indicators to assess and inform the costs and benefits of environmentally effectiveness of different mobility solutions. CISMOB integrates a set of cities and regions of heterogenic characteristics, which are represented by institutions with complementary profiles. All partners will cooperate together in order to learn best practices of sustainable management of urban transport taking advantage of ICT. Workshops, staff exchange-programs and dissemination actions will be carried out with the aim of exchanging local experiences, learning best practices and enhancing the citizen’s participation.
Young people, 14 – 16 years old, are competing with each other in the number of kilometres cycled during the whole month participating in the ECC or other game
Location: Burgenland AT, Austria (Österreich)
Project: School Chance
Superblocks are configured as urban units constituted by the sum of several blocks of houses where streets are pacified to recover public space for pedestrians.
Location: Cataluña, Spain (España)
Project: SMART-MR
In Liguria Region the replacement of public transport vehicle with “zero environmental impact vehicles" is beginning in order to obtain a wholly electric fleet.
Location: Liguria, Italy (Italia)
Project: DEMO-EC
The cycling route presents the eastern Thorn-Eberswald Glacial Valley and the southern Lower Vistula River Valley, as a sustainable transport/tourism choice.
Location: Kujawsko-Pomorskie, Poland (Polska)
Project: ECO-CICLE
The FXB Group within the Xewkija Industrial Estate decided to invest in a mix of renewable energy systems to partially offset the plant's energy consumption.
Location: Malta, Malta
Project: RESINDUSTRY
An information campaign, which encourages tourists to discover new, little-known places of the region, including interesting tourist products that have emerged
Location: Kujawsko-Pomorskie, Poland (Polska)
Project: ThreeT
Lead Partner: Nicosia Municipality
Innovations in Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans for low-carbon urban transport InnovaSUMP project aims at introducing: New innovations, enhancements and advances in preparation, elaboration, consultation, adoption, implementation, evaluation and monitoring of Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans (SUMPs), based on the EU established methodology (Clean transport, Urban transport; Eltis), for sustainable low-carbon urban transport and mobility policies and measures promotion, funding, implementation and enhancement.Policies and measures that promote the use of and investments in sustainable mobility solutions, can be included in SUMPs, i.e.: high quality PT systems, alternative/clean fuels, electric vehicles, smart ticketing, urban freight logistics, active modes of cycling and walking, new forms of car ownership and use, access control, congestion charging, fair and efficient pricing, ICT mobile applications, ITS transport telematics infrastructure, FTS/DRT, Intermodality improvements for ‘seamless’ travel, links with Smart Cities mobility initiatives, etc; including stakeholder engagement, public participation, consultation procedures, social media applications, policy formulation and adoption by city and transport authorities, polycentric SUMP approach for regional and district authorities (PolySUMP). These measures are some examples that can be implemented by cities.Policy and institutional implications for advances in implementing and funding innovative sustainable mobility solutions.Contribution of SUMP process innovations to: urban regeneration, social inclusion, equity considerations, economy, competitiveness, effective PPPs, citizen society empowerment, cohesion, links with the ‘Urban Mobility Package 2013’, links with SEAP, mid-term review of White paper and Europe2020 targets.Enhancements to SUMP Methodology: Promotion of low-carbon mobility solutions, Travel behaviour research and potential user response analyses, Integrating pricing and financing measures, Planning for visitors at tourism destinations, campaigns, assessments, ITS and ICT Applications.
The transport hub integrates the following means of transport: pedestrians, bicycle, car, bus, railway and taxi.
Location: Közép-Dunántúl, Hungary (Magyarország)
Project: DESTI-SMART