Good access to services and infrastructures without using the private car is an important requirement for an attractive and sustainable living environment. This aspect also has a timely dimension, e.g. accessibility in early or late hours. It is particularly important for people with limited mobility access.
This makes clear that the territorial dimension of mobility always is closely intertwined with its organisational aspects. Poor connectivity and mobility access are factors amplifying social segregation and economic polarisation.
Under the theme of a mobilife connections, the partnership takes two approaches to overcome such connectivity divides, from and towards “inner peripheries” as well as between urban and rural areas. Partners will implement new approaches improving connectivity and the use of existing capacities.
This work will involve GMPTE (Greater Manchester, UK), TraffiQ (Frankfurt/M, DE), Genk, BE, rundum mobil/Thun, CH, Pirmasens, DE, Dordrecht, NL and CEPS/Instead, Differdange, LU.