Smart mobility

Data-driven approach to SUMP


Description
Within this changing world models are used to help us predict the future, impacts and possible outcomes of certain actions. Within mobility, models are often used to predict impact of traffic flows in the real-world. Within the CIVITAS program there are several projects where modelling and new data sources takes an important role. Within this course you will learn about the activitities and results of three different CIVITAS projects: HARMONY, MOMENTUM and SPROUT.
Content
  • 0.1. Course introduction
  • 0.2. Practical information
  • Block 1: planning for smart mobility ā€“ a data-driven approach
  • 1.1. Introduction and objectives
  • 1.2. Challenges of smart mobility planning for mobility professionals
  • 1.3. Relevant smart mobility developments
  • 1.4. Recent developments in decision support for mobility planning
  • 1.5. HARMONY, MOMENTUM and SPROUT introduced
  • 1.6. Wrapping up block 1
  • Block 2: HARMONY: a next-generation transport planning platform
  • 2.1. Introduction and objectives
  • 2.2. Introduction to HARMONY
  • 2.3. Quiz
  • 2.4. Challenges of city logistics
  • 2.5. Quiz
  • 2.6. Tactical Freight Simulator Introduced
  • 2.7. Quiz
  • 2.8. The use of freight simulator through model suite
  • 2.9. Quiz
  • 2.10. Use case of Zero-Emission Zones in Rotterdam
  • 2.11. Quiz
  • 2.12. Wrapping up block 2
  • Block 3: MOMENTUM ā€“ Analysing the impacts of emerging mobility solutions
  • 3.1. Introduction and objectives
  • 3.2. Introduction to MOMENTUM
  • 3.3. What emerging mobility solutions can MOMENTUM help with?
  • 3.4. Quiz
  • 3.5. Decision-support tool (DST)
  • 3.6. The DST three-level framework
  • 3.7. Quiz
  • 3.8. Stories from the cities ā€“ Tools needed for a new mobility landscape
  • 3.9. Quiz
  • 3.10. Wrapping up block 3
  • Block 4: SPROUT - a data-driven approach for a sustainable policy response
  • 4.1. Introduction and objectives
  • 4.2. Introduction to SPROUT
  • 4.3. Understanding the transition
  • 4.4. Sustainability impact analysis of city-specific scenarios
  • 4.5. Quiz
  • 4.6. Understanding the innovation readiness
  • 4.7. Quiz
  • 4.8. City-led policy responses and tools for capturing their impact
  • 4.9. Quiz
  • 4.10. Evaluation tool for assessing measuresā€Æ
  • 4.11. Wrapping up block 4
  • Block 5: Final test, conclusions and take aways
  • 5.1. Introduction
  • 5.2. Course conclusions
  • 5.3. Final test
  • 5.4. Thank you
  • Tell us what you think about this e-course on a data-driven approach to SUMP!
Completion rules
  • You must complete the test "5.3. Final test"