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Rupprecht Consult signs the charter "Intelligent Mobility in Residential Neighborhoods''

Rupprecht Consult signs the charter "Intelligent Mobility in Residential Neighborhoods" to support better, smarter, more sustainable mobility concepts in the development of residential areas; because most mobility decisions are made at the front door...

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Ride2Autonomy comes to an end

The EU funded R2A project, with a consortium of 18 partners, dealt with AV shuttle demonstration in different european cities with the prurpose for better integration of AVs into the present transport system leading to a healthier, safer, better accessible cost-effective Demand-Responsive Transport system.

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Workshop to start the conceptual design of on-demand transport in the district of Mettmann

In September and October Rupprecht Consult held three workshops in the district of Mettmann to start the process on the conceptual design of on-demand transport. Together with the 10 district cities, the public transport operators and representatives of the mobility committee the first step towards a district wide on-demand concept was taken.

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Final report and lessons learned from SUMP implementation in Foshan

The finalisation of the pilot project has led to the publication of the SUMP Foshan Pilot Project (final report) and the report on lessons learned from the SUMP Foshan pilot project for the uptake of SUMP in the Chinese urban planning context.

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New team leader at Rupprecht Consult

As of 1 January, Henning Günter – has succeeded Dr. Wolfgang Backhaus in the role of team leader for our Collective and Intelligent Mobility (CIM) division.

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Change of management at Rupprecht Consult

It was announced in September 2022. Now the time has come: Dr. Wolfgang Backhaus and Dr. Jana Spille took over management of Rupprecht Consult on 1 January 2023

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Workshop on the topic of environmental data in Aachen

In November the second workshop of the Aachen data project AC-DatEp took place. This time, under the topic of environmental data for urban and mobility planning, participants came together to generate and collect ideas for possible use cases that will be further developed in the project.

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New SUMP Topic Guide on decarbonisation of urban mobility!

EIB JASPERS & Rupprecht Consult published the SUMP topic Guide on “Decarbonisation of urban Mobility”, to provide hands-on advice to practitioners on mainstreaming climate change mitigation in SUMPs.

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ReVeAL project wraps up and shares toolbox for urban access regulations

The CiViTAS ReVeAL project came to an end in November. ReVeAL spent 3½ years exploring various aspects of urban vehicle access regulations (UVAR) together with six partner cities from across Europe and beyond as well as nine research and support partners. In the final month of its official lifetime, project partners presented various aspects of ReVeAL at the TRA in Lisbon, at the Tomorrow Mobility World Congress in Barcelona, at the POLIS conference in Brussels and at ReVeAL’s own final conference in London.

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Rupprecht Consult joined the annual POLIS Conference 2022 in Brussels last week

On 30 November and 1 December, several colleagues from the Rupprecht Consult team presented and participated in the annual POLIS Conference. With more than 800 participants, this conference was POLIS’s largest yet, and we were delighted to be a part of it.

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A new SUMP project, SUMP Germany has started

The Federal Ministry of Digital Affairs and Transport commissioned Rupprecht Consult to conduct a status quo analysis and review of Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans in German municipalities with more than 100,000 inhabitants.

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Come see us at the Polis conference!

Rupprecht Consult will have a booth and several presentations at the Polis conference, taking place I Brussels on 30 November and 1 December 2022. Come visit us there!

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NAPCORE’s first Mobility Data Days event draws data experts to Paris

On November 3-4, NAPCORE held its first Mobility Data Days conference, bringing together 200 delegates from 24 countries, focussed on data collection, storage, and exchange.

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SUMP Türkiye - Working Group on Political Dialogue established

Ankara – Within the scope of our “EU Support for Promoting Sustainable Urban Mobility in Turkish Cities” Project, we successfully established our “task force” on November 9.

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We warmly welcome Linda Thewes as our new colleague

Starting from November 2022 Linda will be part of the constantly growing team as an office manager.

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Official launch of the SUMP Guidelines Japanese translation

On Monday 24th of October, the Japanese Research Institute for Local Public Transport held a press conference to announce the publication of the Japanese edition of the SUMP.

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We’re hiring two new Project Managers! See for yourself what our colleagues think makes RC a great place to work!

We are looking for a Project Manager for transport and mobility planning: You have 5 years of working experience in transport or urbanmobility planning? You have in-depth knowledge of integrated transport planning & financing urban mobility projects? You have experience in projectmanagement and coordination of complex mobility projects and processes, including proven leadership of project teams? You speak German and English?Then have a look here to see this great opportunity:Work with us | Rupprecht Consult (rupprecht-consult.eu)We are looking for a Project Manager for mobility innovation You have a degree in Transport and or urbanplanning , Transport economics, (Economic) Geography, Civil and Environmental Engineering, or similar? You have at least 3 years of experience in the cooperation of complex mobility [...]

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Register for Ride2Autonomy's Final Conference

After 18-months of work the project will present its findings and key outputs in Lisbon (17 Nov 2022) as side event of TRA 2022 Conference. Online attendance will also be possible.

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6 workshops were held with TANGENT case studies to define TANGENT system requirements and multi-actor cooperation

As part of the stakeholder engagement process with the local case study cities, our team has conducted six workshops between June and October to define TANGENT system requirements and discuss multi-actor cooperation mechanisms.

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New report on Urban Vehicle Access Regulations

EIT Urban Mobility has published a new report on Urban Vehicle Access Regulation to which our colleague Bonnie Fenton has contributed to as part of her work in ReVeAL.

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