Mobility Management in the Nordic Countries

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The Nordic Council of Ministers and its working group on Sustainable Mobility have completed a survey on the current situation of Mobility Management in the Nordic Countries. Mobility Man-agement aims at promoting sustainable transportation and at reducing the demand for motorized transport by cooperation between various actors. More and more interest is taken in Mobility Management in the Nordic region. Sweden especially has launched a number of promising practical projects. Other Nordic Countries are carrying out surveys and pilot projects that bode well for this development. The Nordic Countries have the advantage of cooperation, sharing insights as well as many societal features, such as urban structure, corporate culture, and climatic conditions. Project objectives: - To collect, analyze and disseminate information on Nordic Mobility Management activities related to commuters.- To provide an overview of and make recommendations on policy instruments related to Mobility Management in the Nordic Countries.- To evaluate the effects of Mobility Management initiatives and to identify the most efficient ones.- To strengthen national as well as Nordic cooperation in Mobility Management. The report includes recommendations on actions to foster Mobility Management at a Nordic level. Most of these measures should be carried out at local and company level. However, the international community and national authorities also have a role to play in creating a more auspicious environment for Mobility Management.



The Concept of Mobility Management

The central idea of Mobility Management is to develop a package of voluntary actions to reduce the dependency on the private car and to encourage the use of other transport modes. The term Mobility Management can be seen as a set of “soft measures” aiming at promoting sustainable and healthy travel. Infrastructure investments and construction are not normally included in the Mobility Management concept. Minor investments in cycling facilities or information systems, however, can be part of a larger concept. In this study the main prerequisites for Mobility Management were set as follows


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