How do cities imagine the evolution of their mobility environment in ten or twenty years, and what are the main innovations that are changing the landscape of urban transport services for both passengers and goods? The design and implementation of effective urban mobility policies and regulations is key to harnessing opportunities and mitigating the negative impacts of the changing urban mobility environment.
SPROUT stands for Sustainable Policy RespOnse to Urban mobility Transition. The three-year project began in September 2019 and was led by the Zaragoza Logistics Centre, together with 29 partners from 15 countries including local and regional authorities, international organisations, transport authorities, and research institutes.
In this final conference that will be held in Brussels, Belgium, on 17 February 2023, SPROUT partners will present the project outcomes to help cities understand the transition in urban mobility and adequately plan policies to harness the impact of emerging mobility solutions.
Topics will include:
- Scenario building techniques
- Transferability assessments
- Tools for helping cities build policy making capacities
- Policy briefs and recommendations.