MAMCA helps cities replicate mobility best practices by taking into account the point of views of their local stakeholders
Sharing European best practices of innovative urban mobility projects implemented in the member cities of the EIT Urban Mobility City Club
Defines the city requirements, data, workload, time frame and final costs to build a feasibility study of a Virtual Mobility Lab of a given city and introduce it to the database of tools supporting the scale-up of solutions
UMAM allows cities to analyse their mobility performance and to subsequently develop a framework to scale up solutions. UMAM further investigates the potential for development of new mobility services within the city and what the most appropriate actions to improve sustainable mobility may be.
Within 2020, 14 cities applied UMAM and participated in a baseline assessment: Metropolitan Area Barcelona, Cities of Barcelona, Amsterdam, Helsinki, Hamburg, Eindhoven, Helmond, Warsaw, Stockholm, Istanbul, Stuttgart, Milan, the municipalities Rubí and San Cugat.