Transportation in urban areas, particularly metropolitan regions, generates congestion and vast greenhouse gas emissions and thus imposes enormous challenges upon authorities in providing healthy living conditions for inhabitants and a supportive environment for businesses
Supported local and regional authorities in improving transport policies and providing sustainable measures for achieving resilient low-carbon transportation and mobility in metropolitan regions
10 project partners from 8 metropolitan regions (Oslo, Göteborg, Helsinki, Budapest, Ljubljana, Rome, Porto and Barcelona) shared their experience in transport and mobility planning by organizing 7 topically interrelated workshops. For each workshop the partners issued an in-depth analysis, described good practices and organised a study visit.
The project organised a total of 88 policy learning events. It also identified 15 good practices, produced 8 action plans and led to the increased capacity of 94 people. The project has succeeded in improving 3 regional development policies for a total amount of funds influenced of EUR 4,744,051.48.