Other resources

A few more resources that may be useful

1. Other TIDE online courses

Through the spring and summer of 2014, the TIDE project has offered ten courses in five different areas of sustainable mobility, as well as two cross-cutting topics. Each ocourse was offered for a period of 4 weeks, with a topic expert moderating the course participation. While the moderated courses are complete, the course material will soon be made available for anyone who is interested in reading through it and learning from it. Following is a list of all the courses that have been offered within the TIDE project:

Pricing measures prepared by:WSP logo

  1. Road user charging: how it works, the challenges and the benefits (02.06-27.06.2014)
  2. How to successfully implement a new parking pricing measure (23.06-18.07.2014)
Non-motorised transport prepared by: Rupprecht Consult logo
  1. Cycle parking: Why? Where? How much? What kind? (05.05.14-30.05.14)

Network and traffic management prepared by:Uni Southampton logo

  1. Open data: how can cities make the best use of it? (30.06-25.07.2014)

Electric mobility prepared by:Fraunhofer logo

  1. Charging infrastructure for electric vehicles: What kind? Where? How? (19.05-13.06.2014)
  2. How to encourage more electric mobility in the logistics sector (

Public transport organisation prepared by:Uni Gdansk logo

  1. Using marketing research to help optimise your public transport system (12.05-06.06.2014)
  2. Creating a metropolitan public transport authority (26.05-20.06.2014)

Cross-cutting themes prepared by:Wuppertal Institute logoRupptecht Consult logo

  1. Analysing the impact of new mobility measures in your city (09.06-04.07.2014)
  2. Integrating new transport measures into your city's SUMP (07.07-01.08.2014)

If you or your colleagues are interested in any of these courses, please contact Bonnie Fenton from the TIDE team.