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New approaches for community-driven sustainable mobility innovations at neighbourhood and urban district level

Cities-4-People

New approaches for community-driven sustainable mobility innovations at neighbourhood and urban district level

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Objectives: 

People Oriented Transport and Mobility (POTM) holds a great promise for tackling some of the most persistent urban and peri-urban sustainable mobility challenges of common interest to EU cities. Even though researchers, practitioners and policy makers are aware of this potential, the current research and innovation framework is plagued by a surprising lack of evidence and transformative POTM solutions.

Cities-4-People brings together a multidisciplinary consortium to introduce a community-driven POTM framework based on participatory, inclusive and transparent innovation processes. We incorporate collective awareness and open innovation to understand the real needs of EU citizens and co-create new mobility solutions with them, harnessing digital and social innovation. Based on a local community setting and supported by cross-disciplinary teams and a comprehensive suite of collaborative technologies (both online and offline), citizens along with public and private city stakeholders will co-develop concepts and endorse concrete solutions – inspired by growing mobility trends (e.g. shared mobility and connected mobility). The best solutions will be put to the real test in a thorough pilot and scale up program in 5 different EU urban areas with rich diversity in terms of size, population density and socio-economic context.

In parallel, the project will introduce an open process to co-develop a common Core Outcome Set of definitions, metrics, indicators and methods to guide POTM impact assessment and place, for the first time, the citizen into the equation. We will use this common baseline throughout our evaluations together with some less traditional techniques (e.g. people as sensors, real time user feedback). We believe that this work will act as the first open standard in POTM and will open up the way not only for the structuring of this young research field, but also for the attraction of interest from entrepreneurs, companies as well as investors (social or not).

Institution Type:
Institution Name: 
European Commission
Type of funding:
Lead Organisation: 

Copenhagen Business School

Address: 
Solbjerg Plads 3
2000 Frederiksberg
Denmark
EU Contribution: 
€666,330
Partner Organisations: 

Uskudar Belediyesi

Address: 
MIMAR SINAN QUARTER HAKIMIYET I MILLIYE STREET
34672 ISTANBUL
Turkey
EU Contribution: 
€215,625

Anaptyxiaki Etaireia Dimou Trikkaion Anaptyxiaki Anonymi Etaireia Ota - E-Trikala Ae

Address: 
Stratigoy Sarafi 44
42100 Trikala
Greece
EU Contribution: 
€250,000

Oxfordshire County Council

Address: 
NEW ROAD
OXFORD
OX1 1ND
United Kingdom
EU Contribution: 
€374,430

Q-Plan International Advisors Pc

Address: 
Nestoros Typa 7
54646 Thessaloniki
Greece
EU Contribution: 
€260,313

Freie Und Hansestadt Hamburg

Address: 
RATHAUSMARKT 1
20095 HAMBURG
Germany
EU Contribution: 
€253,438

White Research Sprl

Address: 
RUE D' ESPAGNE 71A
1060 SAINT-GILLES, BRUXELLES
Belgium
EU Contribution: 
€351,875

Kã¶Zlekedestudomanyi Intezet Kht

Address: 
Than Karoly utca 3-5
BUDAPEST
107
Hungary
EU Contribution: 
€200,188

Istanbul University

Address: 
ISTANBUL UNIVERSITESI CENTER CAMPUS BEYAZIT EMINONU
34452 ISTANBUL
Turkey
EU Contribution: 
€201,110

University College London

Address: 
Gower Street
London
WC1E 6BT
United Kingdom
EU Contribution: 
€300,868

Stichting Waag Society

Address: 
NIEUWMARKT 4
1012 CR AMSTERDAM
Netherlands
EU Contribution: 
€332,128

Hafencity Universitat Hamburg

Address: 
UBERSEEALLEE 16
20457 HAMBURG
Germany
EU Contribution: 
€378,216

Budapest Fovaros Onkormanyzata

Address: 
VAROSHAZ UTCA 9-11
BUDAPEST
1052
Hungary
EU Contribution: 
€215,419
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