The strategic aims of CIVITAS DYN@MO are to develop 'Mobility 2.0' systems and services by applying web 2.0 technologies, implementing city and citizen-friendly, electric mobility solutions, using new electric and hybrid vehicles and engaging in a dynamic citizen dialogue for mobility planning and service improvement. The specific objectives of the project are outlined on four levels:
- Strategic level: to create a culture for interactive mobility planning in which citizens and other stakeholders can actively participate in planning through innovative dynamic processes.
- Technical level: to use clean, energy efficient, especially electric vehicles, and advanced ICT and ITS Systems as the basis of innovative transport services.
- Service level: expose citizens and travellers in the cities to innovation hotspots with exciting new mobility services.
- European level: to enable politicians and technical decision makers from CIVITAS DYN@MO cities to actively contribute to European exchange and learning through summer schools and trainings by developing competence centres for Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning and electromobility.
The project consortium consists of 28 partners in the four participating cities (Aachen, Gdynia, Koprivnica and Palma) supported by the Union of the Baltic Cities Commission on Environment (UBC EnvCom), Rupprecht Consult in Germany and Lund University in Sweden. UBC EnvCom is responsible for the module on dissemination and learning.