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Sustainable Mobility Solutions at Neighbourhood Level: Enabling Insights, Success Stories and Solutions

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Neighbourhoods face particular mobility challenges within cities. Participatory and co-creation processes have emerged as methodologies to enhance innovation processes and innovation outcomes. This chapter addresses how these processes can be applied to create sustainable mobility solutions at neighbourhood level, exploring success stories on co-creation of solutions, horizontal collaboration, and participatory budgeting. The chapter also provides insights and guidelines to scale those mobility solutions to other neighbourhoods.

Keywords

  • Freight mobility
  • Neighbourhood mobility
  • Co-creation processes
  • Co-implementation processes
  • Participatory budgeting
  • Sustainable urban mobility

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    https://i2insights.org/2016/07/28/co-creation-or-participation/.

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    www.muv2020.eu.

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    https://cities4people.eu/.

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    metamorphosis-project.eu.

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    civitas.eu.

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    https://esa.un.org/unpd/wup/publications/files/wup2014-highlights.pdf.

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    c-liege.eu.

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    https://www.beesmart.city/solutions/cargohopper.

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    https://www.zukunft-mobilitaet.net/120226/konzepte/innenstadtlogistik-cargohopper-konzept-staedtischer-lieferverkehr-elektromobilitaet-ohne-stau/.

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Val, S., de la Cruz, M.T. (2020). Sustainable Mobility Solutions at Neighbourhood Level: Enabling Insights, Success Stories and Solutions. In: Müller, B., Meyer, G. (eds) Towards User-Centric Transport in Europe 2. Lecture Notes in Mobility. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-38028-1_3

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