Mobility4EU – Action Plan for the Future of Mobility in Europe

Mobility4EU is a Coordination and Support Action of the European Commission started in January 2016 and lasting for 3 years, until 31 December 2018.

The project will deliver a vision for the European transport system in 2030 and an ACTION PLAN including a roadmap to implement that vision. Recommendations for tangible measures in research, innovation and implementation will be derived.

Mobility4EU will identify and assess societal challenges and analyse the influence of SOCIETAL DRIVERS on transport demand and supply. A portfolio of promising cross-modal technical and organisational transport solutions will be created.

A PARTICIPATORY APPROACH engages a broad stakeholder community into the consultation processes. This will be achieved by the Multi-Actor Multi-Criteria Analysis (MAMCA) and an accompanying story mapping process.

Objectives

Mobility4EU establishes the future vision of a transport system in 2030 in Europe by:

  • Identifying and assessing societal challenges and analysing the influence of SOCIETAL DRIVERS on transport demand and supply creating a sound understanding of behavioral and societal factors as e.g. economic, social, demographic, cultural and gender issues.
  • Developing an ACTION PLAN AND ROADMAP for innovative solutions for mobility to advance the agenda of the transport sector and society at large.
  • Taking into account user needs by engaging relevant stakeholder and general public in a PARTICIPATORY PROJECT.

The Stakeholder group includes international, European and national stakeholders representing users; specific groups and communities that are vulnerable to exclusion; technology suppliers, policy makers, transport service providers, research organisations. WISH TO BECOME PART OF THE STAKEHOLDERS GROUP?

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