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Living & Mobility – integration of location-based mobility in the planning process

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Geo-spatial type
Project website
Project Acronym
STRIA Roadmaps
Smart mobility and services (SMO)
Transport mode
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Transport policies
Societal/Economic issues,
Deployment planning/Financing/Market roll-out,
Other specified
Transport sectors
Passenger transport,
Active mobility


Background & Policy context

Our personal mobility is strongly interconnected to the places where we are living. Housing and mobility issues are often separated from each other in planning processes. A recent amendment of Vienna's building code provides a reduction in the parking requirement for housing projects (currently 1 parking lot / accommodation). Reduced construction costs for garages may now be used for the implementation of location-based mobility services. New offers for multimodal mobility are not yet sufficiently taken into account in the planning process. The task is to identify common tasks in mobility and housing in order to define concrete possibilities for implementation.


The main goal is to truly implement multimodal mobility in the planning process of objects and urban districts. Methods for:

  • Identification
  • bundling and
  • organisation

of location-based mobility services will be developed in order to meet individual mobility styles and ensure user acceptance of the provided services. The integration of existing sharing or pooling concepts will be explored. A range of services and infrastructures can be implemented such as:

  • integration of new vehicle concepts like cargo bikes, pedelec or urban light vehicles (eg eVienne)
  • electric mobility infrastructure
  • adequate parking infrastructure for existing and new types of vehicles
  • repair shops, service stations, information terminals, charging infrastructure, lockers, participation tools and more.

Intention of the research project from a methodological point of view is the mutual approach to the task from a planning and user-oriented perspective. The starting point of all considerations is the resident and its individual mobility style connected to his own living situation. The following methods are used:

  • desk research
  • workshops
  • scenario development 
  • usability design
  • use cases
  • stakeholder dialogue


Parent Programmes
Institution Type
Public institution
Institution Name
FFG - Die Österreichische Forschungsförderungsgesellschaft
Type of funding
Public (national/regional/local)
Funding Source
bmvit - Bundesministerium für Verkehr, Innovation und Technologie


The project result is a new model for integrated and future-oriented design a location based urban mobility system. The model connects existing technologies and approaches of integrated mobility and transfers it to the level of housing projects and district planning. A modular range of services for developers and local authorities will be developed in order to offer their residents personal mobility services together with housing.

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