Cities.multimodal promotes and facilitates multimodal mobility options in the pilot areas by creating transferable and pilot measures and enhancing capacity development. The project defines multimodal mobility as a combination of different sustainable mobility modes for one travel purpose or the availability of different modes to choose for the same purpose. The aim is to provide different sustainable options to citizens and visitors in the city, that are as comfortable, easy and smooth to use (or even better!) than a private car. The measures are complemented by campaigns for sustainable mobility options, highlighting the benefits that come from using public tansport, shared mobility, walk or cycle or when combining car use with other modes as well.
Multimodal pilot areas are urban districts with a walking and cycling friendly infrastructure. They provide connections and easy access to public transport and other alternatives to the use of private cars like carsharing. The project focuses on dense inner-city areas already offering good opportunities for sustainable mobility and attracting inhabitants and commuters due to employers, schools, shops and services.
Each partner city defines their pilot area in the beginning of the project and collects data in a first baseline analysis. This data will help to evaluate the impacts of the implemented measures in the end of the project. All project activities will be tetsed and piloted n the chosen area.
Which activities will be implemented?
- Sustainable urban mobility planning – based on the SUMP concept, the cities adapt it to the small scale of their pilot area and plan the activities and measures
- Multimodal mobility points are implemented, combining at least two different sustainable modes of transport to improve the accessibility, visibility and connectivity of sustainable urban mobility modes for its citizens
- IT-solutions supporting the multimodal mobility points are tested
- Campaigns accompany the other measures and different tools and methods to involve citizens in planning and implementation of the activities are tested.
To ensure that city partners exchange on their practices and experiences and learn from each other, peer review visits are planned in small groups.
Also study visits on specific topics important for planning multimodality in cities are carried out, where the project partners visit other European cities for inspiration and networking.
More about each pilot area, you can find in the "Partner" section