Back to Top
 English

Integrated planning

Planning mobility for people

Integrated planning encompasses all the CIVITAS themes and looks at developing integrated strategies for sustainable urban mobility, including land use planning.

The group largely focuses on the development of Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans (SUMPs).

More information

For more information on integrated planning and SUMPs, please contact the thematic moderator Simone Bosetti.

Submitted by Bruno Duarte on 27/07/2015

EU cities are invited to participate in the sixth edition of the Access City Award - The European Prize for making cities more accessible to people with disabilities and older people.

read more 0 comments
Submitted by Simone Bosetti on 16/04/2015

Planning urban mobility is a complex undertaking for any city, even more so when urban functions, people and mobility are scattered across different towns of polycentric or cross-border regions.

read more 1 comments
Submitted by Tito Stefanelli on 07/05/2015

 Find more at the presentation by J. Bartlett

read more 0 comments
Submitted by Sarah Martens on 28/04/2015

The city of Utrecht not only uses segmentation to organise targeted campaigns for behaviour change. The notion of "Focus on the user" is also central to the city's Mobility Management action plan. 

read more 1 comments
Submitted by Tito Stefanelli on 30/04/2015

 Find more at the presentation by L. Pavic-Rogosic 

 

read more 0 comments
Submitted by Tito Stefanelli on 29/04/2015

Find more at the presentation by A. Frye

read more 0 comments
Submitted by Tito Stefanelli on 29/04/2015

Find more at the presentation by A. Nordin 

read more 0 comments
Submitted by Simone Bosetti on 19/03/2015

At the CIVITAS Thematic Group on Integrated Planning we are busy in organizing activities and events for the upcoming period and I would like to announce a couple of interesting opportunities for you.

read more 0 comments
Submitted by Simone Bosetti on 21/01/2015

In the last months, at the CIVITAS Integrated Planning Thematic Group we have been working on gender-sensitive mobility planning.

read more 0 comments
Agustin Cayuela Fernández's picture
Mr Agustin Cayuela Fernández
member
Manager
Member since: 10/10/2016
Total posts: 0
Cities:
Projects:
-
Marko Stančec's picture
Mr Marko Stančec
member
Project officer
Member since: 01/09/2016
Total posts: 0
Cities:
-
Projects:
-
Daniela Stoycheva's picture
Daniela Stoycheva
member
Project Manager
Member since: 31/08/2016
Total posts: 0
Cities:
-
Projects:
-
Lise-Ann Sheahan's picture
Ms Lise-Ann Sheahan
member
Smarter Travel Co-ordinator
Member since: 08/08/2016
Total posts: 0
Cities:
-
Projects:
-
Angel Aparicio's picture
Professor Angel Aparicio
member
Associate professor
Member since: 05/08/2016
Total posts: 0
Cities:
-
Projects:
-
Jim Molloy's picture
Mr Jim Molloy
member
Senior Executive Engineer/Head of section
Member since: 19/07/2016
Total posts: 0
Cities:
-
Projects:
-
Michael Glotz-Richter's picture
Michael Glotz-Richter
member
Senior project manager 'Sustainable Mobility'
Member since: 06/07/2016
Total posts: 0
Cities:
Projects:
Lukasz Franek's picture
Mr Lukasz Franek
member
Deputy Director at Road and Transport Authority
Member since: 04/07/2016
Total posts: 0
Cities:
Projects:
Andreas Lindinger's picture
Andreas Lindinger
member
Owner/Consultant/Blogger
Member since: 27/06/2016
Total posts: 0
Cities:
-
Projects:
-
Piriyananth Nadarajah's picture
Mr. Piriyananth Nadarajah
member
Master's Student
Member since: 23/06/2016
Total posts: 0
Cities:
-
Projects:
-
Metodija Zajkoski's picture
Metodija Zajkoski
member
Head of unit in urban department
Member since: 19/06/2016
Total posts: 0
Cities:
-
Projects:
-
Fahad Anwar's picture
Fahad Anwar
member
Phd Researcher
Member since: 09/06/2016
Total posts: 0
Cities:
Projects:
Bhuvanachithra Chidambaram's picture
Dr. Bhuvanachithra Chidambaram
member
DAAD Research Scholar
Member since: 03/06/2016
Total posts: 0
Projects:
-
Denis Grasso's picture
Denis Grasso
member
Junior Research Fellow
Member since: 24/05/2016
Total posts: 0
Cities:
-
Projects:
-
Vasco Matos's picture
Mr. Vasco Matos
member
Director
Member since: 19/05/2016
Total posts: 0
Cities:
-
Projects:
-

Over 30 participants from different European cities took part the study tour and thematic workshop LINKING TERRITORIES: LONG TO SHORT DISTANCE CO-MODALITY. Organised by CIVITAS WIKI and the Municipalities of Parma and Reggio Emilia, the two-days event involved local politicians, city officials an...

Author: Cosimo Chiffi
22/07/2016 - 06:56
0
0

In recent years, shared-mobility services have had an increasing impact on urban mobility in many countries around the world. With this policy note, CIVITAS WIKI intends to provide cities with a comprehensive overview on shared-mobility concepts and practices and to offer guidance to decision/pol...

Author: Caterina Di Bartolo
19/07/2016 - 13:28
0
0

The latest issue of MOVE, the quarterly newsletter of the CIVITAS Initiative is now available!

The twenty-six issue of MOVE focuses on the CIVITAS Plus II demonstration projects, DYN@MO and 2MOVE2, as well as on the knowledge-generating projects and gives you the top news from CIVITAS citi...

Author: Chiara Frencia
11/07/2016 - 12:36
0
0

The Municipalities of Parma and Reggio Emilia took part in a number of CIVITAS thematic cooperation activities and are also active members of the Political Advisory Committee (PAC).

Author: Cosimo Chiffi
06/06/2016 - 19:18
0
0

A CIVITAS Brokerage Event focusing on the EU funding opportunities for urban mobility and transport projects will take place during the CIVITAS Forum 2016 on September 29th 2016 at 14.00. The Brokerage event will be an opportunity to clarify questions about the next transport calls, present your...

Author: Chiara Frencia
06/06/2016 - 09:20
0
0
04/05/2017 to 05/05/2017
El VIII Forum CiViNET España y Portugal se desarrollará en Valencia (España) los días 4 y 5 de mayo de 2017, jueves y viernes. 
0
0
27/09/2017 to 29/09/2017
The CIVITAS Secretariat is glad to announce that this year’s CIVITAS FORUM Conference will take place on 27-29 September 2017 in Torres Vedras, Portugal. The annual event brings together the CIVITAS community from across Europe: hundreds of mobility experts, actors and stakeholders, all of whom are...
0
0
23/06/2016
Cities in Europe are vital centres of economic activity, innovation and employment. However, they face increasing challenges to their mobility systems such as congestion, air pollution, ambient noise, CO2 emissions, road accidents and urban sprawl. To tackle these problems cities need to develop and...
0
0
19/06/2016 to 21/06/2016
  Dear members and friends of Cities for Mobility,
0
0
Show More
02/06/2016
Intermodal hubs, or interchanges, are essential to achieve sustainable transport objectives in Europe. The NODES project built a toolbox of integrated planning, design and management tools to support European cities in the design and operation of new or upgraded interchanges. During the training par...
0
0
27/04/2016 to 29/04/2016
The 8th European Conference on Sustainable Cities & Towns will be hosted by ICLEI - Local Governments for Sustainability, the Basque Government, Bizkaia County Council and Bilbao City Council, with the involvement of 
0
0
Show More
26/04/2016
THIS TRAINING HAS BEEN POSTPONED AND WILL NOT TAKE PLACE IN BILBAO ON 26 APRIL. UPDATED DETAILS WILL BE ANNOUNCED ON SHORT TERM.
0
1

Wiki-Facts and Figures-2016-03

CIVITAS FACTS & FIGURES: Public Involvement in CIVITAS Demo projects

Wiki-Infographic_PN7

CIVITAS INFOGRAPHIC : Smart choices for cities: Cities towards Mobility 2.0: connect, share and go!

Wiki-Facts and Figures-2016-02

CIVITAS FACTS&FIGURES: Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning in CIVITAS cities

Wiki-Quotes-2015-04_4

CIVITAS QUOTES: Young people’s attitude towards mobility

Wiki-Quotes-2015-04_3

CIVITAS QUOTES: Safety in numbers for elderly

Wiki-Quotes-2015-04_2

CIVITAS QUOTES: The mobility needs of an ageing population

Wiki-Quotes-2015-04_1

CIVITAS QUOTES: If women travelled like men

Gender equality and mobility: mind the gap!

The second Policy Note by CIVITAS WIKI focuses on the topic of gender-sensitive mobility planning. In both, the International body of literature and transport planning, the gender dimension in mobility patterns and sustainability has received relatively little attention so far, even though, together with age and income, gender is considered a significant factor in accounting for differences in mobility behavior, with women recognized as being more likely to adopt sustainable travel behaviours than men.

A growing debate on this topic is ongoing at EU level and it has been re-launched within the CIVITAS Integrated Planning Thematic Group. Collaborative Interaction was set up on the CIVITAS Interactive Platform (http://www.civitas.eu/thematic-cooperation) and in the CIVITAS Urban Mobility LinkedIn Group, to collect further resources, links to other projects, practical city experiences and opinions and comments on the topic.

Policy Recommendations For EU Sustainable Mobility Concepts based on CIVITAS Experience

The Policy Recommendations present the main findings arising from the evaluation of the CIVITAS Plus Collaborative Projects (CPs), which ran from 2008-2012.

This publication was written under the auspices of the CIVITAS POINTER project, which supported five collaborative projects (CP s) implemented within the framework of the third edition of the CIVITAS programme. Evaluation and monitoring were the key stones of CIVITAS POINTER. Drawing from first-hand, corroborated statistical evidence gathered from participating cities, this publication presents the results of the CIVITAS Plus cross-site evaluation and policy assessment. These findings support the development of clear European-level policy recommendations that have the potential for being embraced by all European cities — not just those which make up the CIVITAS community.

The document seeks to identify factors that can boost the effectiveness and consistency of future strategies, thereby securing greater sustainability in urban mobility patterns. Policy makers are provided with contemporary facts for debating purposes, and a number of conclusions and recommendations based on lessons learnt from CIVITAS Plus are put forward.

She moves. Women's Issues in Transportation

Even though the gap is closing, day-to-day mobility of women still diverges from that of men. While gender issues have been considered in urban
planning since the 1970, gender differences in mobility persist. The issues at stake in enhancing women’s mobility and making transport more gender
neutral are addressed in this publication. Many of these issues have been extensively researched, but still receive limited attention in developing
gender-specific policies, programmes, and mandates. Methods to translate gender research findings into policy need to be explored. In this respect,
the gender impact of transport policies needs to be regularly assessed in monitoring their contribution to a gender-neutral transport system. As the
concept of gender-neutral transport varies significantly in place and time with respect to values, needs, choices, constraints, and impacts, genderneutral
transport needs to be addressed through international collaboration.
EU research policy gives priority to integrating the gender dimension into projects funded and co-funded under the European Commission’s Research
and Innovation Framework Programme. The recently adopted Horizon 2020 for the period 2014 to 2020 is structured to respond to societal challenges
that need innovative solutions, of which sustainable transport is high on the agenda.

Target-group oriented transportation planning: gender mobility

Target-group oriented transportation planning: gender mobility

General information

Integrated planning encompasses all the CIVITAS themes and looks at developing integrated strategies for sustainable urban mobility, including land use planning.

Become a member