Regional Action Plan the Role of Modal Interchange to Foster Low Carbon Urban Mobility
At the Interreg Europe Policy Learning Platform Conference “Sustainable Mobility” in Manchester in November 2018, SRA got the opportunity to learn from the TRAMproject in particular, on bike sharing policy in Pesaro, Italy, which is considered one of the most bike friendly cities in Europe. As a result, the new implementation stage for the selected policy instrument will ensure that bike sharing is incorporated where possible. Finally, at the Interreg Europe Policy Learning Platform Conference “Fostering Citizen-Focused Urban Mobility” in Brussels in November 2019 SRA got the opportunity for further learning from the TRAM project. In this case on the pedestrianisation policy for the Baia Mare city centre, Northern Romania which was undertaken on a phased basis in order to ensure that the public and retail stores accept the pedestrianisation and see the benefits of it before they extended the pedestrianisation area. As a result, the new implementation stage for the selected policy instrument will include phased pedestrianisation into the recommendation framework. All of these good practices, Interregional site visits and staff exchanges and Interreg Europe Policy Learning Platform conferences inspired SRA to improve the selected policy instrument by introducing a new implementation stage to the process to incorporate improvements to low carbon urban mobility and modal interchange under Priority 5 (6e) and to create a framework for this policy improvement. Further details on the Interregional learningprocess are available in Part 6. SRA with the assistance of a Transport Consultant will create a new framework to be used during the implementation process of projects approved for funding under the SEROP Priority 5 (6e) “Public Realm Improvements” to improve low carbon mobility and modal interchange.
Nature of the Action
Southern Regional Assembly | Regional Action Plan
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