Multi-perspective ICT-toolkit supporting inclusive and sustainable mobility planning in rural areas
- Bente Knoll, Petra Buáwald, Ralf Dopheide, Roswitha Hofmann, Christoph Link, Paul Pfaffenbichler, Georg Spreitzer
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- Bente Knoll
Available Online August 2016.
- https://doi.org/10.2991/ict4s-16.2016.16How to use a DOI?
- sustainable and inclusive mobility, active transport modes, rural areas, web-based ICT tool, impact assessment, traffic and mobility model, municipalities
- The Austrian R&D-project "AlltagsSPUREN" sup-ports small, mostly rural, municipalities in their efforts to make the local mobility system more inclusive and sustainable. For this purpose, it provides a multi-perspective ICT tools and service kit to be used for activating residents, analysing mobility-related framework conditions and assessing the supposed impact of dif-ferent planning options. Special focus is set on local experience and the integration of different socio-demographic groups with their specific challenges and mobility demands. The kit supports local decision-makers within the early phase of mobility planning, in order to strengthen knowledge and competence as well as to remove barriers to sustainable and active mobility. While doing this, the project focuses on existing data at local and regional level that can depict mobility conditions comprehensively with minimum effort. This data can also be used for reliable scenarios of future mobility demands.
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TY - CONF AU - Bente Knoll AU - Petra Buáwald AU - Ralf Dopheide AU - Roswitha Hofmann AU - Christoph Link AU - Paul Pfaffenbichler AU - Georg Spreitzer PY - 2016/08 DA - 2016/08 TI - Multi-perspective ICT-toolkit supporting inclusive and sustainable mobility planning in rural areas BT - ICT for Sustainability 2016 PB - Atlantis Press UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/ict4s-16.2016.16 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/ict4s-16.2016.16 ID - Knoll2016/08 ER -