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Sustainable Mobility!

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Contribute to sustainable mobility with innovative ideas, inherent to new technological and organizational solutions, to be implemented with the city's public administrations.
The modalities of movement, in particular urban mobility systems, able to reduce the environmental, social and economic impacts generated by private vehicles, fall within the concept of sustainable mobility.

The Sustainable Mobility campaign is intended both for the great capitals of the world and for cities where road traffic conditions are critical, to reduce the presence of private vehicles in urban spaces and to promote alternative mobility which, in order of importance, is carried out: on foot, by bicycle, by public transport (bus, tram, metropolitan railway system), with shared private transport (car pooling and car sharing), and the optimal combination of various transport systems.

The objective is the integration of different types of intervention, including:
• strengthening of local public transport (with reserved lanes and preferential routes, tariff integration systems, infomobility tools).
• the adoption of specific planning tools (such as the Urban Mobility Plan).

Other innovative interventions that are slowly spreading in many cities are also under consideration:
• development of pedestrian mobility: facilitating the accessibility and universal use of public spaces, with the drafting of pediplan, with interventions to eliminate architectural barriers in the paths, with the creation of safe home-school routes and the pedibus.
• development of cycling mobility: drafting of biciplanes, the construction of bicycle lanes and the implementation of shared public bicycle services.
• pricing and toll policies: urban tolls (paid access in particular urban areas), park pricing (paid parking); park and ride (facilitation of interchange between car and public transport), mobility credits.
• planning of company mobility: drafting of the home-work travel plan, implementation of telework systems, introduction of the role of mobility manager.
• demand management: traffic moderation, traffic restrictions, introduction of car sharing services and on-call transportation; car pooling promotion; use of information technology systems (ITS) for the management of vehicle traffic (eg routes to car parks, dynamic info on roads, satellite navigation, etc.).

These measures are based on three reference principles:
• improve proximity services in such a way as to reduce the need for car travel both in terms of numbers and distances;
• allocate part of the road surface to sustainable mobility to the detriment of private vehicles, thus reducing the general cost of sustainable transport;
• create an intermodal transport network that allows faster movements than those made by private vehicles.

For each of these possible interventions aimed at sustainable mobility, we invite you to submit specific and detailed innovative ideas and solutions for your city.

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