The course will cover the following topics:
Sustainability; definitions and indicators.
Transport Master Plans vs. Sustainable (Urban) Transport (Mobility) Plans.
Developing the SUMP – the process.
Developing a Sustainable (Urban) Mobility) Plan.
Criteria of evaluation (environment, time, security and safety, macro- and micro transport account etc.).
Travel behaviour, travel patterns.
Practical work – assessment of indicators.
Travel behaviour & Mobility Management; definition, approaches, goals.
Soft measures in transportation planning.
Methods and models for encourage the travel behaviour change.
Travel awareness; concepts. Travel awareness campaigns.
(Best) practice study, success stories.
Mobility planning for vulnerable and handicapped.
Special needs for vulnerable traveller.
Special needs for handicapped persons.
Practical work – project.
- Collection of slides of the lectures
- Guidelines: Developing and Implementing Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (SUMP) available at: eltis.org/mobility-plans/
- Transport Learning: 2012, available at: transportlearning.net
- Hutton B., Planning Sustainable Transport, Routeledge, 2013