TRACE toolkit

Basic Information

Language

English

Latest update

Price

Free

Tool type

Guidance document / Manual


Application area

  • Data gathering
  • Dissemination and communication

Target Audience

  • Small cities
  • Medium-sized cities
  • Large cities

Summary

TRACE toolkit presents practical recommendations and guidelines to using the approach developed by TRACE, which aims to improve urban mobility planning by tracking walking and cycling movements in cities. TRACE innovation consists of introducing a tracking element in local mobility campaigns and planning. Tracking applications have been used to improve the effectiveness of behaviour change campaigns and to collect tracking data useful for urban planning.

This Toolkit explains how local authorities can benefit from tracking movements in their city, and how the derived data provide information for a better identification of priorities both on the infrastructure and communication side. The toolkit can be used by decision makers, urban planners and practitioners in the fields of urban and transport planning who are interested in introducing policies and measures that promote a shift towards more sustainable and healthy modes of transport. Local stakeholders, citizens and advocacy groups, and ICT developers and transport consultancies and researchers, are also addressed in this document.

Thematic areas


Active mobility
  • Walking
  • Cycling

Behavioural change & mobility management
  • Mobility marketing and awareness raising
  • Mobility Planning

Integrated & inclusive planning
  • Spatial planning / land-use planning
  • Multimodal hubs
  • Cooperation of policy fields and institutional stakeholders
  • Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans - SUMP

Public participation & co-creation

Contacts

TRACE consortium

Lead of the tool development: TRACE

glozzi [at] polisnetwork.eu

covenantofmayors.eu
eltis
EPOMM
European Mobility Week
sump
managenergy
Smart Cities Marketplace
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