Our training “The Digital Revolution at the Service of Territorial Mobility” designed with Citec is open for registration!

Urban Mobility is in a constant state of evolution, forever changed by the technology of its time. Technological innovations, Big Data, MaaS or social upheavals, the future of mobility will be multi-form and very different from what we know. The challenge of our time is to understand and prepare ourselves to face these changes, integrating the strategies of planning the mobility of the territories in order to make them increasingly interconnected. The main question is how to reconcile the timing of public decision-making processes – such as infrastructure construction – with the speed of changes and new technological mobility solutions.

To help mobility professionals addressing the challenges of tomorrow’s mobility, EIT Urban Mobility Academy developed the training: “The Digital Revolution at the Service of Territorial Mobility” in partnership with Citec.

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Our training

Our training “The Digital Revolution at the Service of Territorial Mobility” will take place on 3 (remotely), 6 and 7 December 2021 (in Turin, Italy). Citec’s expert consultants and external speakers will give participants all the necessary notions and essential tools to face these challenges.

It is possible to enroll in some modules or in all the training. The training will be articulated according to the following programme:

  • Module 1: Introduction to the topic on international benchmarks, European SUMP, and national case studies. 4 hours remotely – 4 CFPs (Crediti Formativi Professionali) – €100 (excluding VAT)
  • Module 2: How to become an expert about how to deploy a SUMP (monitoring, digital tools to use, KPIs to be analysed, etc.). 8 hours in Turin (Italy) – 8 CFPs – €400 (excluding VAT)
  • Module 3: Build your digital mobility roadmap related to your SUMP. 8 hours in Turin (Italy) – 8 CFPs – 400 € (excluding VAT)
  • ENTIRE TRAINING (3 modules) – 20 hours – €700 (excluding VAT)

During the training, coffee breaks will be offered, and a networking aperitif will be held at the end of the first day in Turin (Italy).

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General information

When: 3, 6 and 7 December 2021

Who: All mobility professionals belonging to public bodies or private companies

What: 4 hours remotely + 2 days in Turin (Italy)

Registration opening date: October 2021

For more information: contact us at roberta.delfino@citec.ch or +39 011 580 53 05 or visit Citec’s website: https://www.citec.ch/it/events/formazione-citec-a-torino/

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(*The provision of CFPs (Crediti Formativi Professionali) for participating in the training is being validated by the CNI)

Our training “Mobility Digitalisation” in Barcelona designed by Factual is open for registration!

The public transportation ecosystem of each European city is a highly complex environment in which end-user’s travelling needs are put in its core. This ecosystem is exceedingly depended on the development of new technologies that constantly transform and shape user’s needs, infrastructure as well as public transport itself. To understand the digitalisation dynamic and speed of penetration of new technology into urban transportation system is a key priority for efficient planning of the infrastructure, sustainable use of public transport and appropriate addressing of users need. All this has a strong reverberation on business, economics and, foremost, environment.

As quickly as digitalisation permeates the transport environment, a prompt response has to be developed to grasp the opportunities and address the challenges that cutting-edge technologies bring into public transport sector. These are of diverse nature and intricacy.

New training “Mobility Digitalisation” very soon in Barcelona

The training “La Digitalització de la Mobilitat”, designed by Factual with the EIT Urban Mobility funding and the support of the Metropolitan Transport Authority (ATM) of Barcelona, is blueprinted to tackle various aspects of new technologies and digital transformation that have a significant impact on modern society, businesses and unambiguously on the urban mobility sector.

More specifically, this training will equip the participant with a comprehensive knowledge on relevant aspects of digital transformation in the urban environment. It will also help to understand a smart-user behaviour to meet his transportation demand, predict changes in the end-user travel patterns and model the impact of these changes on all urban transportation landscape, long distance travel, logistics, economy, and businesses. This training will also provide tools that will assist the participant to face and solve the future challenges that new technologies bring into modern city environment.

The main objectives of the training are:

  • Acquire thorough knowledge on digital technologies and getting confidence in incorporating them into mobility planning measures;
  • Understand their potential to change the way that mobility is planned and managed;
  • Facilitate the interaction and cooperation with their IT peers in their organisation;
  • Understand how to transform the organisation and internal procedures to properly leverage digitalisation;
  • Be ready to manage projects incorporating digital technologies: assess their implications in terms of cost, benefits, resources, timings.

The first edition of this training will be held in Barcelona from October 6 to December 1, 2021, aiming to develop this training in other EU cities in further editions.

More information

Visit the training website: www.factual-academy.com/course/la-digitalizacio-de-la-mobilitat

Contact Víctor Moyano, Senior Consultant Mobility, Factual: victor@factual-consulting.com

Launch of Academy Call for Proposals

Urban mobility faces a number of challenges. We need solutions accelerating the transformation towards a sustainable mobility ecosystem and with a focus on liveable spaces. This requires a systemic approach involving all key stakeholder groups and calls for change regarding what we do and how it is done. A key element to manage this transformation is to close the knowledge gap within the area. We need to secure that the required capabilities and capacity are available to plan for and handle the transformation and to be relevant in a new context, a new urban mobility paradigm. This education or training need can be summarised as ability to implement and leverage on new technology, innovation and entrepreneurship, and system transformation and change. This is an ongoing process and during 2020 the COVID-pandemic resulted in an increased awareness regarding the need for the urban mobility transformation and change in general.  

Since the start of 2019, the EIT Urban Mobility has built up a portfolio of education and training offerings with a focus on master and doctoral level students, as well as professionals working within urban mobility. We now need to take the Academy to the next level. We have identified a number of well-defined problems or needs to address. We look for proposals to support us creating a relevant and widely applied education and training portfolio in line with our strategic ambitions and targeted impact. 

We look forward to receiving your applications for inclusion in the Business Plan 2022 – 2024. 

Main features of the call (aim and segments) 

The overall purpose of the Academy area is to close the knowledge gap within urban mobility, enabling the development of mobility for liveable urban spaces. The Academy Call focuses on improving our Master School and Competence Hub activities.

For the Master School, we look for new more efficient teaching concepts, summer schools, marketing and raising awareness initiatives as well as specific activities improving teaching and training in the RIS (Regional Innovation Scheme) regions. 

The Competence Hub, our professional school targeting lifelong learning, welcomes proposals regarding urban mobility courses (online, blended, or face-to-face) with significant potential in impact and revenue. In addition, proposals concerning meeting city staff education and training needs, multi-stakeholder courses, hackathons, as well as proposals targeting RIS regions are most welcome. 


The Academy Call is open to any type of organisation. The proposal should be submitted by a consortium comprising of minimum 2 sub-grantees from 2 different countries – EU Member State or associated country. 

Call summary

First Call for Proposals for Academy for BP 2022 – 2024: Main Features 

Call opening: 19 March 2021 
Call closing: 18 May 2021 
Eligibility and admissibility check: End of May 2021 
Evaluation of proposals: June 2021 
Communication of results: beginning of July 2021 

Budget allocation 
Up to about 2.4 million EUR 

Link to submission portal 
PLAZA platform – OPEN NOW!

List of documents to be submitted 
Application form available on the Plaza platform

List of documents to take into consideration 
Business Plan 2022 – 2024 first call for proposals for Academy
EIT Urban Mobility Strategic Agenda 2021-2027 (link below) 
Call Guidelines for applicants (link below) 
Appeal Procedure (link below)
Eligibility of expenditures (link below)
List of KPIs (link below)
Monitoring and reporting (link below)
Frequently Asked Questions – First Calls for BP2022-2024 (link below)
Horizon Europe Model Grant Agreement

Short summary of the topics to be addressed 
Master School: 
A number of specified activity areas to meet the EIT Urban Mobility Master School targets, including summer schools, marketing and awareness raising activities, increased geographical scope, efficiency improvements and the curricula. 

Competence Hub: 
A number of specified activity areas to meet the EIT Urban Mobility Competence Hub targets, including meeting unmet market needs, improved marketing and sales and financial sustainability, efficiency improvements and increased geographical scope and market. 

Evaluation criteria 
For the strategic fit evaluation
Alignment with the scope of one of the stated call activities, see 3.4.2. Scope of the activities. Activities are thereby aligned with the EIT Urban Mobility SA.  
KPIs in line with or exceeding the minimum level requirement, as stated for the respective call type of activity, see 3.4.2. Scope of the activities.  
Potential of impact in line with or exceeding the minimum level requirement as stated for the respective call type of activity, see 3.4.2. Scope of the activities.  

For the full proposal evaluation (if passing the strategic fit evaluation)
Excellence and novelty 
Impact and financial sustainability 
Quality and efficiency of the implementation 

Find all the information about this call below!

Supporting documents:

NEW! Additional document:

Contact details 

General aspects of the call call2022@eiturbanmobility.eu 
Specific aspects for Academy academycall@eiturbanmobility.eu 


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