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CIVITAS PROSPERITY innovation brief: Changing roles in mobility planning: New citizens’ movements
CIVITAS PROSPERITY innovation brief: Changing roles in mobility planning: New citizens’ movements

Application Area

  • Dissemination and communication

Tool Type

  • Guidance document / Manual

Target Audience

  • Small cities
  • Medium-sized cities
  • Large cities
  • Metropolitan regions

Summary

Co-creative processes, involving different stake-holders, are increasingly replacing the top down planning approach. the co-creative process has evolved from citizens’ movements such as action groups that oppose (city) government planning and projects to stakeholders or partners involved in the assessment of mobility challenges. in doing so, they are involved in the formation of new visions, future mobility scenarios and the design of new project concepts.

This innovation brief is available in the following languages: EN BG CZ ES GR HR HU LT PL PT RO SI

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Basic Information

English, Bulgarian, Czech, Hungarian, Lithuanian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovenian, Spanish
January 2020
Free
PROSPERITY

Contacts

Author: Dirk Lauwers, Planning Center for Mobility and Spatial Planning
contact@sump-network.eu

Thematic Areas