In the 2050CliMobCity project, the cities of Thessaloniki, Plymouth, Leipzig and Bydgoszcz, supported by the advisory partners Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) and Delft university of Technology (TU Delft), explore possibilities to reduce CO2 emissions by taking various mobility measures.
In the first stage of the project, the cities defined measure packages, translated these into mobility modelling input (se also newsletters 1 and 2). In this stag, a baseline and future Business-as-Usual and further going 2050CliMobCity scenarios were developed. On basis of this, estimations were made of the future mobility in the cities. These results will be used in the next stage to estimate effects on CO2 emissions.
The newsletter gives an overview of the main results per city, as well as some generic findings.
Next to that, the newsletter also summarises a large number of presentations given during the seminars the project held, covering a large range of themes, in the sphere of planning, financing/funding, modelling innovative mobility, freight logistics in relation to cities, approaches or programmes to mobilise citizens and organisations to get involved in sustainable mobility, (pilot) mobility hubs, and electric ferryboats.
Please check: Library (Newsletter 3 and Press Release)