The Urban Transports Community has published a selection of tools and solutions with the highest replicability potential in the MedUrbanTools platform (managed by MedCities).
The Urban Transports Community has published a selection of tools and solutions with the highest replicability potential in the MedUrbanTools platform (managed by MedCities). These tools have been designed, implemented and tested by our community of territorial cooperation projects, funded in the framework of the Interreg MED Programme, gathering almost 200 partner organisations (public authorities, associations, mobility planners, universities and international organisations, amongst others) active in 12 European Countries.
The Community has been addressing urban mobility under very different angles. However, the most replicable and strategic tools we have identified falls under the following areas of intervention: data for smart traffic management; soft mobility; shared mobility; mobility in tourist destinations; and new planning approaches.
At the following links you will find the a brief overview of the main tools
DATA FOR SMART TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT
Big Data Analysis @ Rimini and Misano, Italy
Traffic Information System @Koper, Slovenia
Public Transport & Evaluation APPs Integration @Siena, Italy
Bike lanes upgrade @ Misano, Italy
Bike lane network extension @ Durres, Albania
BICIVIA: a metropolitan bike lane network @ Metropolis of Barcelona, Spain
Refurbishing The City’s Bike Sharing System @ Igoumenitsa, Greece
Bike & E-bike Sharing @ Split, Croatia
Carpooling for Port Workers @ Valencia, Spain
MOBILITY IN TOURIST DESTINATIONS
Electric Mobility Solutions for Tourists and Residents @ Rethymno, Greece
Cycle-tourism @ Zadar, Croatia
Low Carbon Transport Plan in Cruise Destinations @ Ravenna, Italy
NEW PLANNING APPROACHES
Suburb requalification @ Treviso, Italy
Thessaloniki road redesign @ Thessaloniki, Greece
Mobility Plans in University Campuses @ Athens, Greece