Evidence-Project Group Ask Questions and Follow the Debate with Hundreds of Transport Professionals


Summary Reviews (22)

The introduction and use of new ticketing technologies on public transport systems, generically termed ‘smart ticketing’ or ‘e-ticketing’.

Passenger inter-modality schemes to facilitate and streamline journeys that involve use of more than one mode.

Light Rail Systems, Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) systems and Demand Responsive Transport (DRT) systems.

Improvements in the availability, capacity or appeal of public transport services in a city, including changes to ticketing policy.

Marketing, social marketing and rewards-based schemes encouraging greater use of more sustainable modes and travel.

A targeted marketing technique involving the provision of travel advice to individuals, with the aim of encouraging them to make more sustainable travel choices.

A mobility management strategy for an organisation and its site/s, which seeks to reduce single occupancy car-use to, from, and around a site, and to increase use of alternative modes.

Use of parking policy as a tool to manage car traffic in and around urban areas.

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Do The Right Mix

Sustainable urban mobility

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Project Partners

  • bristol
  • 20160522 Arcadis
  • cts
  • erasmus
  • interactions
  • luxmobility
  • ui
  • 20160522 Wuppertal

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