Over the last three years, the four MOMENTUM cities tested made plans to integrate emerging mobility solutions in the existing public transport structures. Whether it was a novel solution, such as a autonomous vehicle pilot in Regensburg, or the promotion of shared vehicles through the installation of mobility hubs in Leuven, all cities have their success story to tell.
Furthermore, a decision-support tool was created in cooperation with the technical experts of the consortium. This enables the users, like city administrations or transport planners, to model the cost and scope of the deployment of emerging mobility solutions, such as electric scooters, shared bikes or demand-responsive transport.
The local stories of the four MOMENTUM cities and the decision-support tool will be shared during the MOMENTUM Final Conference on 31 March. The hybrid event will be held at BluePoint in Brussels and online.
ECTRI Members DEUSTO and CERTH-HIT are partners in the MOMEMTUM project.