The purpose of this course is to learn more about the role of cities in the urban mobility transition. The course introduces the concept of the urban mobility transition, explores the methods of pilot projects and living labs as strategies to navigate the mobility transition and provides first-hand insights into the policy responses of SPROUT cities dealing with innovative mobility solutions.
It is hosted in the following link (you would need to enroll in the course, please check the SPAM folder if you don’t get an automated email): https://nuacampus.org/courses/e-course-on-policy-design-coalition-governance/
SPROUT stands for Sustainable Policy RespOnse to Urban mobility Transition. The project kicked off in September 2019 and will be running until Fenruary 2023.
The project consortium is led by the Zaragoza Logistics Center and brings together 29 partners from 15 countries including local and regional authorities, international organisations, transport authorities, and research institutes.
SPROUT provides a new city-led innovative and data-driven policy response to address the impacts of the emerging mobility patterns, digitally-enabled operating and business models, and transport users’ needs.
VIU_TeDIS is one of the partners of the SPROUT project that is financed by the H2020 Program.
Project Website: www.sprout-civitas.eu
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YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FSSNRoEw18k&t=503s