Key Outputs

  • A set of plausible future scenarios for the next decade to be taken into account for mobility planning in European cities, considering the introduction of disruptive technologies
  • Characterisation of emerging activity-travel patterns of the existing forms of transport by profiting from the increasing availability of high-resolution spatiotemporal data
  • Data-driven predictive models of the adoption and use of new mobility concepts, in particular MaaS and shared mobility, their interaction and complementarity with public transport
  • Transport simulation and planning support tools able to cope with the new challenges faced by transport planning, by enhancing existing tools with the analysis methods and travel demand models developed by the project
  • A demonstration of the potential of the newly developed methods and tools by testing the impact of a variety of policies and innovative transport services in the MOMENTUM cities and evaluating the contribution of the proposed measures to their strategic policy goals.
  • A set of guidelines for the practical use of the methods, tools and lessons learnt delivered by the project in the elaboration and implementation of SUMPs and other planning instruments