REALLOCATE collaborates with related sustainable mobility projects and, more specifically, with its sibling projects from the European Commission's Urban Public Space Design thematic project cluster, shown below:
ELABORATOR designs sustainable urban mobility towards climate-neutral cities. It uses a holistic approach for planning, designing, implementing and deploying specific innovations and interventions towards safe, inclusive and sustainable urban mobility.
The project's aim towards climate neutral cities will be met through key interventions, such as smart enforcement tools, space redesign and dynamic allocation, shared services, and integration of active and green modes of transportation. They will be specifically co-designed and co-created with identified vulnerable to exclusion user groups, local authorities and other relevant stakeholders.
AMIGOS embraces a multifaceted approach with 7 key pillars to tackle urban mobility challenges and promote sustainability: Sustainable Mobility, Digital Twins, Big Data platform, Mobility Solutions, Mobility Harmony, Space Optimization and Safety Enhancement.
Bases on these pillars, AMIGOS relies on the collection and analysis of urban mobility data from pilot cities, an art-based co-creation with urban stakeholders to better define city mobility solutions using an urban mobility toolbox, city model, and digital twins as a testbed for these solutions, before their implementation and evaluation for replication.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon Europe programme under grant agreement No. 101103924. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Commission. Neither the European Union nor the granting authority can be held responsible for them.
REALLOCATE is a project under the CIVITAS Initiative, an EU-funded programme working to make sustainable and smart mobility a reality for all, and contributes to the goals of the EU Mission Climate-Neutral and Smart Cities.