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2MOVE2 (DE)

CIVITAS 2MOVE2 (DE)

2MOVE2 wird von der CIVITAS-Initiative der Europäischen Kommission (Programm CIVITAS Plus II) finanziell gefördert. Im Rahmen dieses Projekts entwickelt die Landeshauptstadt Stuttgart gemeinsam mit Brünn (Tschechien), Málaga (Spanien) und Tel Aviv-Jaffa (Israel) konkrete Schritte zur Verbesserung der städtischen Mobilität. Jede der Städte arbeitet an zukunftsweisenden Lösungen und profitiert dabei von den Erkenntnissen der anderen: Stuttgart führt eine schadstoffabhängige Verkehrssteuerung auf einer ihrer Hauptstraßen ein, Málaga baut ein neues Fahrradleihsystem auf, Brünn arbeitet an einem Informationssystem für Park-and-Ride-Plätze und Tel Aviv fördert den nicht-motorisierten Verkehr durch den Ausbau der „grünen Arterien“. Dies sind nur einige Beispiele der insgesamt 23 Maßnahmen, die in den Städten durchgeführt werden.

About CIVITAS 2MOVE2 (DE)

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Das europäische Mobilitätsprojekt 2MOVE2 (Moving Together for a Better Mobility) soll dazu beitragen, den städtischen Verkehr und die Qualität der urbanen Mobilität  in den teilnehmenden Städten fördern und verbessern. Alle vier Städtepartner, Brünn in der Tschechischen Republik, Malaga in Spanien, Stuttgart in Deutschland und Tel Aviv-Jaffa in Israel, werden vom Austausch von Know-how und der Umsetzung zukunftsweisender Maßnahmen auf dem Gebiet des Verkehrs profitieren. Dies unterstützt auch die Klimaschutzpolitik der vier Städte, da Umwelt und natürliche Ressourcen geschont werden. Das Projekt hat ein Volumen von 9,1 Millionen Euro und eine Laufzeit von vier Jahren (Dez. 2012-Nov. 2016). Flankiert werden die vier Städte von SSP Consult Beratende Ingenieure, der Universität Stuttgart, den Verkehrsbetrieben Brünn (DPMB) und dem Technion - Israel Institute of Technology. Ein Treffen aller acht Partner aus den vier Städten im Januar 2013 bildete den Auftakt von 2MOVE2.

Die Projektpartner werden Maßnahmen und Initiativen in ähnlichen Themenbereichen der städtischen Mobilität in den Partnerstädten entwickeln und umsetzen, so dass auch eine bessere Übertragbarkeit der Ergebnisse möglich ist. Die Maßnahmen in 2MOVE2 umfassen folgende Bereiche:

  • Innovative, saubere und energieeffiziente Fahrzeuge sowie integrierte Verkehrssysteme für den öffentlichen und den Individualverkehr, sowohl im Personen- als auch im Güterverkehr.
  • Einsatz von Informations- und Kommunikationstechnologien sowie Verkehrstelematiksystemen für Verkehrsmanagement, Fahrzeugführung, Unfallvermeidung, Fahrgastinformation und Reiseplanung, restriktive Maßnahmen und intelligente Bezahlsysteme.
  • Nachhaltige Verkehrsplanung,  die  Flächennutzung und innovative Verkehrssysteme mit einem hohen Anteil an  Rad- und Fußgängerverkehr intelligent verknüpft.

Implementing sustainable mobility

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Insgesamt haben die 2MOVE2-Partner 23 Maßnahmen aus den genannten Bereichen entwickelt.

 

Ein besonderes Augenmerk liegt dabei auf den Maßnahmen in den Bereichen Elektro-Mobilität, Güterverkehr und ITS-basiertes Verkehrsmanagement. Jede Stadt erarbeitet hier eine Reihe von Lösungen, welche die besonderen Mobilitätsprobleme und Bedürfnisse auf lokaler Ebene berücksichtigen. Die Maßnahmen sind Teil der langfristigen  Mobilitätsplanung in der jeweiligen Stadt. Weitere Themenschwerpunkte, denen sich die Maßnahmen widmen, sind die Förderung des  Verkehrs des Umweltverbundes sowie das betriebliche Mobilitätsmanagement für Firmen und verbesserte Informationsangebote für Bürger.

Auch wenn der eigentliche Schwerpunkt der Beteiligung in 2MOVE2 in den vier Partnerstädten in der Implementierung der Einzelmaßnahmen liegt, ist doch klar, dass diese in den einzelnen Städten nicht unabhängig voneinander gesehen werden dürfen. Vielmehr sollen die Maßnahmen im Rahmen eines „Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (SUMP)“ untereinander und mit der allgemeinen städtischen Verkehrspolitik und -planung zusammengeführt werden. Daher haben sich alle vier 2MOVE2-Partnerstädte verpflichtet, zu prüfen, inwieweit ihre bestehenden Verkehrsplanungsdokumente im Rahmen von 2MOVE2 zu einem SUMP weiterentwickelt werden können.

Project results

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Zu den Projektergebnissen siehe die beiden 2MOVE2-Broschüren und die Maßnahmen-Informationsblätter unter den City-Seiten.

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