Mobility within Territories - management and innovation
Nowadays, when modern technologies are changing the way of transport and the transport behaviour of individuals and companies, it is necessary for public institutions to respond to this fact, especially cities, regions and national institutions (ministries). There is also room for new mobility services (eg shared mobility or micromobility). The aim of this course is to acquaint students with the basics of transport policy, to provide an overview of new trends in mobility and the possibilities of public institutions to influence and manage the development of transport and mobility. Students will be acquainted with the issues of organization, planning and regulation of transport and its impact on health and the environment with special emphasis on strategic transport planning of cities and regions. The course will also introduce the issues of transport behaviour and decision-making of individuals and companies, social aspects of transport (impacts of transport policy on various socio-economic groups) and key issues of transport planning and decision-making in cities and regions. New and innovative tools for sustainable transport and mobility management will be discussed. The issue will be illustrated in case studies.
KEMA / W0055