MOVECIT - Engaging employers from public bodies in establishing sustainable mobility and mobility planning

MOVECIT aims to make transport more sustainable in times of increasing individual and motorised mobility in central Europe. City representatives, sustainable mobility specialists, environmental and regional agencies as well as NGOs cooperate in the project. 10 partners from 7 Central Europe countries have joined to jointly develop methodology on institutional mobility plan development.

The project seeks to reach a wide audience among municipalities across the Central Europe region, creating a large-scale impact, and in the longterm ongoing training on mobility plan development. In order to achieve this, MOVECIT creates and implements its training transferred to national environment and two Study visits and exploits its outputs for a long-term impact. 

In MOVECIT project 13 institutional mobility plans will be developed and adopted. 7 pilot actions such as developing personal travel plans, installation of sophisticated integrated bike boxes, purchasing of bike cargos will be implemented in the project lifetime.

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Start Date

jUNE 2016

End Date

mAY 2019

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Budget

1.542.056, 13 EUR (ERDF funds: 1.281.727,86 EUR)

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Mobility plan

TOOLKIT on DEVELOPING, MONITORING and EVALUATION THE WORKPLACE MOBILITY PLAN 

MOVECIT project team prepared this toolkit for you so you can easily understand the mobility planning process. We want to show you the basic steps how to create a mobility plan at your institution. This toolkit is a crossroad that points you up to different kind of tools, measures, documents etc. which are very useful. This toolkit is an upgrade for the handbook "Sustainable commuting" which we recommend to start with and continue with the toolkit for further information.  

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