Data and mobility

Data is playing a larger and larger role in urban mobility. Intelligent transport systems (ITS) allow a city to digitally link and share data from one sub-system with another to improve the efficiency of the overall system. Data – and data sharing – also play an important role in the development of shared mobility and Mobility as a Service. Data-based planning is an increasingly important competence for cities to be able to dynamically react to shifting mobility patterns and make informed decisions about future mobility needs. Consistent data collection also allows a city to track its progress towards the achievement of its sustainable mobility (and other) goals.


SUMI - Implementation of Sustainable Urban Mobility Indicators

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Description Target audience
Our tutors provide expert insight to familiarise participants with the indicator set developed and revised during the SUMI project, and to offer guidance in the process of applying the indicators with real-world examples. Structured into four main themes: Current Mobility Situation, Public Transport System, Transport Externalities and Integration, the course concludes with a webinar illustrating the benchmarking concept adopted in this project. The course is aimed at representatives of urban areas that want to measure and track the performance of sustainable mobility and mobility professionals that would like to better understand the collection of urban mobility data.
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