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Mobility management - Extern och intern tillämpning av attityd och beteendepåverkande åtgärder i Malmö stad

Kemppinen, Jesse LU (2012) SGEL16 20121
Department of Human Geography
Abstract
Mobility management is soft measures in transport planning that are used to increase sustainable travel within the community. The underlying reason behind the emergence of mobility management is the growing car dependency and its negative effects on society. Effects that conventional measure of traffic planning is not quite managed to solve. Unlike traditional planning, mobility management focuses on demand rather than supply and is most often used to enhance physical incentives for sustainable travel in cities such as bike paths and public transport.
Mobility management has been developed mainly within the EU through several projects during the 2000s. The implementations of soft measures are increasing in pace with the development of... (More)
Mobility management is soft measures in transport planning that are used to increase sustainable travel within the community. The underlying reason behind the emergence of mobility management is the growing car dependency and its negative effects on society. Effects that conventional measure of traffic planning is not quite managed to solve. Unlike traditional planning, mobility management focuses on demand rather than supply and is most often used to enhance physical incentives for sustainable travel in cities such as bike paths and public transport.
Mobility management has been developed mainly within the EU through several projects during the 2000s. The implementations of soft measures are increasing in pace with the development of sustainable transport is becoming more common. The City of Malmö adopted this new planning tool and applies it today both externally and internally within the own organization. However, there is an unbalance between the external and internal operation which can be derived to the external financial dependence and poor internal communications. This unbalance has favored the external context and lead to a successful development whilst the link between sustainable development and mobility management diminished in the internal strategies. (Less)
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author
Kemppinen, Jesse LU
supervisor
organization
course
SGEL16 20121
year
type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
Mobility management, Transport planning, Soft measures, Behavior changes, CIVITAS, City of Malmö, sustainable transports, green development, trafikplanering, hållbara transporter, grön omställning, beteendepåverkan, Malmö stad
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Swedish
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2545189
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2012-06-13 09:43:01
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2012-06-13 09:43:01
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  abstract     = {Mobility management is soft measures in transport planning that are used to increase sustainable travel within the community. The underlying reason behind the emergence of mobility management is the growing car dependency and its negative effects on society. Effects that conventional measure of traffic planning is not quite managed to solve. Unlike traditional planning, mobility management focuses on demand rather than supply and is most often used to enhance physical incentives for sustainable travel in cities such as bike paths and public transport.
Mobility management has been developed mainly within the EU through several projects during the 2000s. The implementations of soft measures are increasing in pace with the development of sustainable transport is becoming more common. The City of Malmö adopted this new planning tool and applies it today both externally and internally within the own organization. However, there is an unbalance between the external and internal operation which can be derived to the external financial dependence and poor internal communications. This unbalance has favored the external context and lead to a successful development whilst the link between sustainable development and mobility management diminished in the internal strategies.},
  author       = {Kemppinen, Jesse},
  keyword      = {Mobility management,Transport planning,Soft measures,Behavior changes,CIVITAS,City of Malmö,sustainable transports,green development,trafikplanering,hållbara transporter,grön omställning,beteendepåverkan,Malmö stad},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Mobility management - Extern och intern tillämpning av attityd och beteendepåverkande åtgärder i Malmö stad},
  year         = {2012},
}