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Project results are expected to contribute to all of the following expected outcomes:

Developing and pilot testing at least three different business models scenarios based on collaboration platforms or public-private partnerships/project, each of them contributing to:

  • Congestion and air pollution reduction, reduced road risk, social inclusion, accessibility in each city (living lab)[1].
  • Increased share of new and shared mobility services (NMS) in the modal distribution, e.g. by 25% compared to a realistic baseline and financial viability of services.
  • Integration of new and shared mobility services with public transport (e.g. filling service gaps and off-peak periods), in at least following three collaborative use cases/living lab that will facilitate data sharing and connectivity with remote/peri-urban areas.
  • (Re-)Designing transport infrastructure[2] or upgrading/reusing existing infrastructure elements (e.g. street profile/layout, intersection/junction design, priority corridors/lanes, dedicated parking, charging/docking stations, street surfaces/pavements, etc.) to accommodate new mobility modes, patterns and behaviours with highest safety levels while being resilient to various climate conditions.
  • Developing results based policies as well as recommendations/each project in line with the Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning guidelines, to increase the understanding and take-up of new mobility services by local/regional authorities and public and private mobility service providers.
  • Actively engage in communicating the common learning, lesson drawing, evaluation, dissemination and the exchange of knowledge and best practices, both within the project and with the wider urban mobility and transport community.

Skill Level: Beginner