CAROLINA aims to explore a new dimension of an urban air pollution monitoring and re-shape urban mobility based on minimizing the number of people exposed to the threshold values of harmful air pollution in European cities. The other unique value proposition is to involve citizen as part of the collaborative urban air pollution monitoring system, based on the statement that users are producers, not only consumers, and it is expected to provide the opportunity to engage citizens in the decision-making process of urban air quality in European cities.
Launch real-life transition experiments in urban streets by means of small, tangible interventions, in combination with alternative mobility concepts
Increases the efficiency and quality of MaaS through a clear definition of MaaS components and their dependencies
MOBY focuses on the impacts of e-micromobility on cities, traffic, safety and public spaces by integrating knowledge from the pilot cities
We define, pilot and evaluate an innovative and sustainable carsharing service for dense cities without using public space
Novel regulatory approaches and governance schemes supporting policy makers in Europe lead a successful transition towards Mobility as a Service.
Increases carsharing efficient use by incentives while contributing to the integration with the existing overall transportation system and its sustainability
Provides a publicly acceptable solution and raise awareness for Shared Micro depots for Urban pickup and Delivery for the benefit of urban residents
AI-powered, proactive Travel assistant to self-monitor user’s experience & craft personalised travel solutions for promoting well being – AI-TraWell
A new efficient and reliable DSS tool to foster data exploitation so as to enable future urban mobility systems to be more collaborative, user centred
Modelling bicycle user behavior and preferences with focus on e-bikes and long distance bicycle trips.
Creating a strategic infrastructure for urban policy management in the field of urban mobility