New publication explains how co-creation can improve urban mobility in neighbourhoods

  • Posted On: February 18, 2021

The way we move through our neighbourhoods forms a large part of our daily lives. Mobility – whether by foot, bicycle, car, public transportation, or otherwise – is about more than transporting ourselves from A to B. Indeed, the safety, quality of our experience, and connections between how we move, and the character of our environment all contribute to the very personal and local nature of mobility.

Cities-4-People, LOOPER, METAMORPHOSIS, and SUNRISE are four separate EU-funded projects which have all approached mobility from a participatory perspective, shedding light on the opportunities and challenges of co-creating mobility solutions with citizens at the neighbourhood level.

Around the time of their completion, these projects came together at the ‘Final Neighbourhood Projects Event: Towards sustainable mobility – one neighbourhood at a time’ to share their findings, experiences, and recommendations. The outcome of this collaboration is a publication, “Big Messages: Lessons for co-creative mobility initiatives in neighbourhoods”.

Whether you are a policymaker, a neighbourhood leader, part of an NGO, or simply interested in the topic of participatory mobility, we invite you to read this work and be in contact.

Download the publication: ‘Big Messages: Lessons for co-creative mobility initiatives in neighbourhoods‘!