In partnership with EIT Urban Mobility, the consortium led by BABLE, and composed by CARNET, CTAG, DTU, and UPC, and Miljöstrategi AB have conducted a survey across 16 European cities to understand and analyse mobility strategies during the COVID-19 pandemic. This built the basis for a study on urban mobility strategies during COVID-19. 

The full report analyses the urban mobility strategies deployed by cities since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic. Each chapter provides extensive insights on aspects such as sustainable urban mobility system requirements, the impact of the virus so far on urban mobility, the role of innovation in this context, and the economic impact on new mobility.

There is also a short version of the report that is part of EIT UM’s Urban Mobility Next series, which provides practitioners with exclusive content on cutting-edge urban mobility issues. It focuses on the main outcomes of the study, based on the analysis of the survey results as well as on selected best practices.

There will be webinar on 23 March to present the results of this report and to give interested readers the opportunity to directly discuss findings with the authors.

Click here to register and/or read the report: