NEW PLANNING TOOLS FOR SUSTAINABLE MOBILITY

in terms of quality of life. While we are definitely more geogra- phically mobile than ever before, we are nevertheless con- stantly thwarted by the limita- tions of the existing infrastruc- ture. At the same time environmental awareness is increa- sing, both at the political and personal level, spawning new forms of mobility from car sharing to electric bikes and public bicycle hire schemes. Multimodal transport planning is key to directing the various requirements and types of movement in

hether stuck in a traffic jam or in a thronging mass in the public transport network, for many people the commute to work or school is a recurring low point

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OVERBURDENED INFRASTRUCTURES AND HIGH LEVELS OF VEHICLE CO2 EMISSIONS CLEARLY INDICATE THAT WE ARE A LONG WAY FROM ACHIEVING SUSTAINABLE, NEEDS-BASED MOBILITY. AIT USES A VARIETY OF METHODS TO ANALYSE MOBILITY PATTERNS AND TO DEVELOP THE REQUIRED PLANNING TOOLS.

Intelligent analysis tools shed light onto the complex relationships influencing our mobility behaviour.