The Mobility Management Network supports city efforts to improve integration across transit modes, make public transit more attractive and easier to use, as well as reduce and re-distribute travel demand to help unlock the capacity of transport systems.
Cities face growing populations, resource constraints and environmental pressures, including poor air quality. But increasing transport supply alone is not enough, as the demand-side needs to be tackled as well. Cities around the world are already taking action. More connected transport-oriented urban policies have significant potential to reduce emissions and improve air quality. For example, in Chinese and Latin American cities integrated transport planning could help reduce CO2 emission growth by 30% and by 40% in Indian cities over the baseline scenarios1.
Mobility Management Network Focus Areas
Cities participating in the network have prioritized five focus areas around which they are actively sharing policies and strategies with one another. The focus areas are:
Integrated transport planning - collecting and analysing data to support integrated mobility planning
Ticketing - implementing automated fare collection and moving to integrated fare systems across transit modes
Parking and private vehicle management - policies, charges and initiatives to manage private car usage
Congestion pricing - implementing congestion pricing
Communications and travel planning campaigns - communicating the importance of choosing public transit, walking and cycling to move around a city.
The Mobility Management Network is led by Paris.