The aim of the fact-finding study on status and future needs regarding low- and zero-emission urban mobility was to provide the European Commission with an overview of the current state of urban mobility in Europe, identifying gaps in these areas and the related needs of cities for safe, accessible (including affordable), intelligent and low- or zero-emission urban mobility.
The fact-finding study analysed the urban mobility situation in a big sample of EU cities of different sizes and types, from all Member States, in particular when it comes to sustainable urban mobility planning (SUMP), data collection and indicators, urban vehicle access regulations (UVARs) and urban logistics (SULP). Through the analysis of more than 100 European cities, the results provided meaningful conclusions that can be deemed representative for the whole EU and indicate how the situation compares with the EU-level objectives, in particular, referred to in the White Paper 2011.
Rupprecht Consult was responsible for analysing the situation of Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning in Europe as well as the mobility-related data collection of indicators.
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