Fundamentos para el desarrollo e implementación de planes de movilidad urbana sostenible (SUMP/PMUS)
El objetivo de este curso es proveer a los participantes con los fundamentos necesarios para poner en práctica la metodología SUMP en desarrollo e implementación planes de movilidad de largo plazo, orientados a la acción, adaptables y eficaces para hacer realidad la contribución del sector a los Objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenible y los compromisos para mitigar el cambio climática (ODS).
The Innovation Management e-course of the SOLUTIONSplus project aims to help Start-ups and SMEs in their journey to success. The course is designed to provide complete knowledge on how to build a successful business. The course targets most of the aspects that are needed to bring a product or service to the market and provides tools to stay in the market and grow.
The course has been developed with SOLUTIONSplus partners and experts, ICLEI, CODATU, UEMI, Zaragoza Logistics Center (ZLC), PluService, UN-Habitat, Valeo, Global Green Growth Institute, FIER and ERTICO.
The e-course will start on the 2nd of March for the Start-ups in the SOLUTIONSPlus project and will be publicly available in May (2023) for all the innovators interested.
The first course of the SOLUTIONSplus global learning programme on electric mobility aims to provide a comprehensive introduction to electric mobility planning and implementation in local contexts.
The course is primarily designed for city and regional authorities, but can provide a solid knowledge base for any stakeholder involved or interested in electric mobility.
In addition to lectures and material for self-study, a kick-off webinar gives key information and guidance about the learning programme and the SOLUTIONSplus project. Virtual exchange sessions are scheduled to accompany the course enabling interactive discussions with and among participants.
In many cities of the South, paratransit services represent an important share of the transport offer, if not the only one (especially in secondary cities and small cities). Despite the obvious benefits (provision of transport services at no cost for local authorities) current paratransit systems entail negative social and environmental effects such as low-quality of service, pollution, and GHG emissions. More and more actions and reforms aim to reform the sector by introducing new technologies and business modules. However, before introducing such reforms, it is first critical to consider context-based aspects such as the culture, the financial resources and limitations, and the complex set of stakeholders and power dynamics at the local level.
Here are some of the main questions raised within the e-course:
What are the main elements to consider when introducing electric vehicles in the paratransit sector?
How can e-mobility be used to enhance the integration of paratransit services in the urban mobility system?
How to raise awareness and sensitize decision-makers, paratransit operators, and stakeholders regarding the challenges and technicalities of e-mobility?