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2MOVE2

CIVITAS 2MOVE2

MOVING TOGETHER FOR A BETTER MOBILITY: 2MOVE2 will further advance the knowledge of innovative, integrated urban transport systems, provide networking for cities to assimilate best practice, evaluate impacts and disseminate results. The official title 'New forms of sustainable urban transport and mobility' was abbreviated by 2MOVE2 in order to highlight the strong cooperation between leading and learning cities that will share and increase their knowledge and capacities in innovative urban transport systems. Strong focus will be laid on Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans. All city partners, which are Brno in the Czech Republic, Málaga in Spain, Stuttgart in Germany and Tel Aviv-Yafo in Israel, will benefit from the exchange of knowhow and the implementation of forward-looking transport measures.

About CIVITAS 2MOVE2

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2MOVE2’s main objective is to improve urban mobility by advancing or creating sustainable, energy-efficient urban transport systems in the participating European cities for the benefit of all citizens, society and climate policy, respecting environment and natural resources.

The project consortium consists of eight partners in the four participating cities. The coordinating City of Stuttgart is supported by SSP Consult which handles technical coordination and project evaluation, as well as the University of Stuttgart which coordinates a Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (SUMP) working group and site. Furthermore the City of Brno is supported by its public transport company DPMB, while the City of Tel Aviv-Yafo is supported by the Technion Institute.

Based on the idea to develop and implement similar measures and initiatives in the partner cities the 2MOVE2 partners have defined measure packages in all four cities involving:

  • Innovative, clean, energy efficient vehicles and integrated transport systems for personal, collective and freight applications.
  • Deployment of ICT and ITS for traffic management, vehicle guidance, accident avoidance, passenger information and travel planning, road pricing and smart payment systems.
  • Sustainable urban transport planning that combines land-use with innovative transport systems and 'human' transport modes of cycling and walking.

Implementing sustainable mobility

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Following the idea of defining and implementing similar measures and initiatives in the partner cities, 2MOVE2 partners have developed altogether 23 measures. The development and implementation of similar projects and initiatives in the four cities will allow evaluation and comparison of the results and impacts in the different contexts within the leading and learning cities. In addition, the measures have been selected to allow transfer and applicability to other small and medium-sized towns.

Specific emphasis is given in 2MOVE2 to the measures of e-mobility, freight and ITS-based traffic management. Linking the proposed measures with the Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans and urban development plans is also being stressed. Other important topics which are addressed in the measures are the promotion of non-motorised mobility and public transport, as well as the enhancement of mobility information services for companies and citizens. The main goal of the participation in 2MOVE2 is to implement new measures which support and enable the establishment of more sustainable transport systems. This requires that the measures demonstrated in the framework of this project are not isolated, but are part of a comprehensive system combining measures in all action fields of CIVITAS.

Therefore, special importance is allocated to the issue of Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans. All four cities want to implement or advance sustainable urban mobility plans. The 2MOVE2 Working Group on SUMPs will provide strategic and political validation and advice to the project. It will be composed of site managers and local representatives such as politicians or relevant stakeholders. The working group will provide directions to improve the project's effectiveness, quality and compliance with policies, in addition to providing conclusions and recommendations resulting from the project.

The measures will be complemented by major awareness and consensus building efforts among others through training workshops and educational activities.

Project results

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Project results will be published according to the process of implementation of the measures.

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Related measures

Tel Aviv - Yafo

ICT & ITS Based Transportation Information Provision

Like most major cities Tel Aviv - Yafo has to cope with increased congestion, due in part to planned and unplanned events along its road network, and is constantly looking for...

Public transport priority traffic management strategy

Among the most notable and pressing problems facing Tel Aviv-Yafo is rising traffic congestion. Traffic management’s main purpose is to ensure efficient mobility for people and goods...

Development of organisational and technical frameworks for facilitating an ongoing process for implementing goods logistics strategies

The municipality’s strategic plan, approved in 2005 explicitly acknowledges the need to address freight issues within the city, and the lack of tools for efficient development of long...

Electro mobility: charging stations study and electro- motorcycles pilot

There are currently very few e-vehicles in Tel Aviv-Yafo, mostly electric bicycles, scooters and Segways. Despite their potential benefits, widespread adoption of electric cars faces...

Raising awareness about green arteries as part of a synergy of land use and transport planning and promotion of non-motorised transport modes

In the past the streets of Tel Aviv-Yafo not only acted as an urban transit network, they were the lifeblood of the city, a place for commerce, cafés and interaction between people....

Innovative transport solutions for high density employment areas (integration of urban and inter-urban)

Promotion of efficient accessibility to main activity centres via multimodal transport modes is at the heart of cutting congestion by reducing dependency on private vehicle trips (single...

Malaga

DYNAMIC AIR QUALITY MANAGEMENT THROUGH MOBILE SENSORS INSTALLED ON PUBLIC TRANSPORT BUSES

Currently there are just four fixed stations for monitoring the air quality levels in the City of Malaga, which are managed by the Andalusia regional government. Those stations are located in...

Intelligent traffic control and software development for Management Centre of Mobility (MOVIMA)

The integrated traffic control centre in Malaga (MOVIMA) is responsible for supervising and controlling the traffic due to the different traffic situations. This includes intervention because of...

STRATEGIC CAMPAIGN ON ELECTRO-MOBILITY AND SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL

Currently motorized private vehicles represent over 40% of the total city modal split and bus and bicycle are just 12% and 0.4% respectively. Despite the improvements in the sustainable mobility...

FREIGHT: PRIORITY NETWORK FOR HEAVY GOODS VEHICLES TRAFFIC IN MALAGA

Nowadays, in the city of Malaga heavy vehicles transporting goods are driving through the streets at any time of the day, which supposes a very negative situation for the mobility of the city,...

PROMOTION OF CYCLING: PUBLIC BICYCLE SCHEME IN MALAGA

The city of Malaga already counts with a bicycle lanes network of around 30 km, but cycling represents just 0.4% within the total modal split. Nevertheless, due to the recent creation of the first...

Brno

P&R concept and implementation of city parking system

The City of Brno completed proposal of a park and ride system. Different possible localities were chosen for implementing this system in conjunction with city officials.

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Central traffic management control centre

In the document titled 'Concept of construction and development of the traffic control system in Brno' the section concerning telematics lacks crucial data (i.e. complex...

Optimizing city center supply

The city centre of Brno suffers under the steadily increasing traffic caused by supply of shops and business premises, as well as by transport of large shipments. The increase...

Extension of bicycle transport service via cycle buses

The measure will introduce a new service for public transport passengers:

  • The public transport company of Brno (DPMB) has designated limited space for prams or...
Smart parking in the City of Brno

Objectives

  • introduce a unified system for traffic data collection of all connected systems in Brno
  • introduce high quality traffic information (e.g. parking...
Development of electro-mobility and introduction of electric mini-buses

 

Objectives

  • Analyse electro-mobility development and opportunities of the city of Brno related to building public charging stations for...
Reduction of energy intensity of public transport vehicles

The public transport company of Brno (DPMB) operates 150 trolley buses. Operation of clean vehicles requires an infrastructure comprising 28 substations that provide electric energy to the entire...

Stuttgart

Emission based traffic management

In the last couple of years the City of Stuttgart has seen major problems with air quality in the city centre due to its basin-like location and the high number of car trips. The city aims to...

Mobility Information and Service Center Stuttgart

Stuttgart is located in the centre of a thriving economic region with a high incidence of traffic. Every day about 800,000 cars enter and leave the city. The high amount of car traffic leads in...

Implementation of a strategic campaign for electro-mobility

Due to its unique topography, Stuttgart has severe problems with air quality and noise in some areas of the city centre. There is a broad strategy to reduce emissions, but results are limited...

Priority network for Heavy Good Vehicles (HGV)

Stuttgart is located in the centre of a thriving economic region with high traffic. Every day about 800,000 cars enter and leave the city. Since a complete peripheral ring road does not exist, car...

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Contact

Coordination: Wolfgang Forderer
Management: Michaela Haseleu
Evaluation: Lothar Neumann
Dissemination: Patrick Daude
EC Project Officer: Isabelle Maës