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2018- The Year of Multimodality

2018- The Year of Multimodality

Multimodality is gaining importance for the development of an integrated and sustainable transport system. The European Commission is committed to reach the goals of the Paris...
Looking back on the Winter Bike To Work Day 2018

Looking back on the Winter Bike To Work Day 2018

More than 14,000 participants registered for the Winter Bike To Work Day. Let’s have a look on some inspiring impressions. Canada’s Minister of Environment and Climate Change...
Setting new goals: The Kyiv Cycling Concept

Setting new goals: The Kyiv Cycling Concept

Ukaine’s capital Kyiv has approved the Cycling Concept, a strategic document to set new visions for cycling in the city.  This article was originally published on the...

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Discover the power of GPS Technology for Demand Data Collection!

On occasion of the upcoming 9th World Urban Forum (WUF9) in Kuala Lumpur/Malaysia, we are happy to launch the SUTP Technical Document #17: “Using GPS Technology for Demand Data Collection”.

Travel demand data is a necessary basis for urban mobility planning, but especially in developing and emerging economies data availability is often weak or non-existing. The Global Positioning System (GPS) technology offers a cheap alternative for data collection to traditional diary or survey methods. This document elaborates on advantages and disadvantages of the approach. Also different aspects of the post-processing of GPS data in order to determine trips, mode choice and trip purposes are discussed. Authors are Jakob Baum, currently advisor at GIZ in Jordan, with a background in data-enabled mobility consultancy, and Enrico Howe, mobility researcher and consultant at the Innovation Centre for Mobility and Societal Change (InnoZ) with one of his foci being on smartphone based mobility survey.

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How to get car lovers on board for Sustainable Transport?

With the help of our new Sourcebook module aiming towards policy and behaviour change: “Sustainable mobility: Getting people on board”!

Changing mobility patterns can be rough. But there is ways to get even the car lovers on board: Our updated training document “Sustainably mobility: Getting People on Board” will provide you with the essential tools for awareness and behaviour change initiatives! With this you will even get those on board who say: “Walking, cycling or public transport is inconvenient and uncomfortable in comparison to driving to work with my own car.” It is for mind-sets like these, why promoting car use instead of more sustainable ways of travelling within cities are still common practice, overseeing that the long term effects are even more uncomfortable. Let us change this!

Click here to download the new Sourcebook module aiming towards policy and behaviour change: "Sustainable mobility: Getting people on board".

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