The SOLUTIONS project consortium consists of leading climate, mobility and transport experts from local authorities, consultancies and research institutes. All project partners have vast experience and expertise from working on sustainable urban mobility projects all over the world.
At an early stage of the project, the SOLUTIONS team identified and reviewed a large collection of sustainable urban mobility solutions, evaluating their transferability to cities in Asia, Latin America and the Mediterranean region. These were then "clustered" in six thematic areas and prioritised according to their relevance and transferability.
The SOLUTIONS factsheets were produced to build on the six thematic clusters and their respective measures. Each factsheet summarises the measure, and presents a case study of a city or town that has successfully implemented the measure.
1.1 BRT systems | 1.2 Trolleybus systems | 1.3 Metro systems | 1.5 Electric and hybrid public transport | 1.6 Intelligent Transport Systems | 1.7 Integrated public transport network planning | 1.9 Integrated fare systems | 1.11 Bus priority measures | 1.12 Bicycle sharing and public bicycles | 1.13 Tram systems
2.1 Dedicated bus lanes | 2.2 Intermodal interchanges | 2.3 Pedestrian infrastructure | 2.4 Improving non-motorised transport | 2.5 Innovative, safe cycling infrastructure | 2.8 Pedestrianising city centres and streets
3.1 Urban deliveries with cargo-cycles | 3.2 Low Emission Zones | 3.3 Forums, portals, certification schemes | 3.4 Pick-up points | 3.5 Vehicle and operation restrictions | 3.6 Urban consolidation centres | 3.7 Delivery Service Plans | 3.8 Rail and waterways for freight deliveries | 3.10 Pricing, taxes and subsidies
6.1 Registration management and number plate auctions | 6.2 Managing electric two-wheelers | 6.3 Fuel economy standards | 6.4 Electric taxis | 6.5 LPG/CNG taxis | 6.7 Electric vehicles in municipal fleets | 6.9 Promoting electric vehicles | 6.10 Infrastructure for clean vehicles