Projects

Urban Mobility Assessment Model

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.

Project Description

  • Factory
  • 1 January 2020
  • 12 months
  • UCL
  • € 530.000

Performing a baseline analysis of cities’ mobility systems, identifying their strengths, weaknesses and opportunities. By completing the following three steps, you can receive access to the UMAM data collection survey:

Challenge


Avoid transition barriers

Main Objective


To perform a baseline analysis of cities’ mobility systems, identifying their strengths, weaknesses and opportunities.

Output


UMAM tool; baseline analysis and scoring reports for City Club cities; roadmaps for cities building on the baseline reports

Partners


Project lead


Kuba Muscat UCL Jakub.muscat.13@ucl.ac.uk
Jana Helder BABLE Jana@bable-smartcities.eu