Relevant projects and initiatives

Active Access aims to increase the use of cycling but especially walking for short everyday trips in local areas, in order to benefit people's health and the health of the local economy.


Add home stands for “Mobility management for housing areas - from car-dependency to free choice”. It has been working with residential areas and city districts to foster a modal shift from single occupancy car-trips to public transport, cycling, walking and alternative forms of car transportation such as CarSharing and CarPooling.


Benefit assists public and private companies as well as their employees to switch from the private car to public transport.


Bicy aims to achieve a widespread modal shift towards cycling and walking to improve the quality of life and reduce pollution in the cities and regions of Central Europe by designing and implementing trans-national, cross-border and national strategies.


The European information platform for local mobility and transport (ELTIS) aims to support a practical transfer of knowledge and exchange of experience in the field of urban and regional transport in Europe and so help create a more sustainable living environment, one which provides greater accessibility and mobility to its inhabitants.


The European Platform on Mobility Management (EPOMM) is a network of governments in European countries that are engaged in Mobility Management (MM). They are represented by the Ministries that are responsible for MM in their countries. EPOMM is organised as an international non profit organisation with seat in Brussels.


Isemoa is developing standardised Quality Management schemes to support municipalities, cities and regions in their efforts to improve the accessibility of public spaces and public transport.



Life Cycle is a project funded by the EU Public Health Programme, aligned to its overall goal of improving the health of EU citizens by fostering more physically active lifestyles.The project is all about cycling and aims to make cycling as a natural means of daily transport.


The IEE-project prom.otion aims to facilitate energy efficient transport forms in the joint field of housing and mobility and to reduce the need for transport by providing services and facilities which replace transport services. The main tasks of pro.motion are implementing new applications, educating key players and disseminating the project’s results.


The main objective of Trendy Travel is to make sustainable transport more attractive by appealing to and promising to satisfy people's emotional needs. It strives to achieve a modal shift from the car to more sustainable modes, like walking, cycling or using public transportation by utilising tools like story telling, ritualisation and image raising activities.