This course ran with moderation in spring 2017 as part of the EU funded FLOW project. If you have any questions about this course or about the FLOW project, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Unit one introduces you to this learning platform, the course and your moderators. Unit two talks about the
current state with regard to congestion in urban settings, the FLOW approach, why a change is needed and which direction it needs to go. Unit three introduces several walking and cycling measures that have been demonstrated to
reduce (or at least not increase) congestion in European cities and beyond. Unit four describes to conceptual framework that underpins FLOW and how it can support decision making around congestion reduction. Unit five covers FLOW’s
multimodal definition of congestion and what that implies in practice (i.e. how to operationalise the definition) as well as determining a congestion threshold for your city. Unit six summarises and wraps up.
Your course moderators
Frederic Rudolph is experienced with transportation forecasting procedures and with corresponding software solutions and is also familiar with project appraisal methods such as cost-benefit analysis. He is a project coordinator with the Wuppertal Institute, where he has carried out tasks such as scenario development, baseline development/business as usual development ex ante and ex post and evaluation and monitoring of policies and measures.
Kristin Tovaas has an interdisciplinary background in sustainability science, communication and system analysis, with a specialisation in sustainable transport and urban development. She works at Rupprecht Consult coordinating projects and researching on sustainable urban mobility.