Rethinking urban mobility requires an integrated approach. It involves optimizing the use of all the various modes of transport and organizing co-modality between the different modes of collective transport, individual transport and soft modes, as well as reconciling freight transport and passenger transport interests whatever the mode of transport used. It also involves achieving common objectives in terms of economic prosperity managing transport demand to guarantee mobility, quality of life and environmental sustainability.

Application of Intelligent Transport Systems to all transport modes and mobility services, both for passengers and freight, can support strategy formulation, policy implementation and monitoring of each of the measures designed under the framework of a Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan.

To be effective, urban mobility policies need to be based on an approach as integrated as possible, combining appropriate responses to each individual problem (technological innovation, development of clean, safe and intelligent transport systems, economic incentives and amendments to legislation).

 

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