Exchanging practises and enhancing in the field sustainable transports
About the project
The project is mainly focused on the exchange of experiences in the sustainable mobility field. The idea behind it, however, refers to the concept of sustainability which includes different aspects of planning: environmental, economic, and social. Planning for sustainable transport must, in fact, also consider social and economic factors. Policies should be designed to ensure that all members of society can access and afford sustainable transport options, particularly those who are marginalized or live in underserved communities. The project develops as Continuing vocational education and training (CVET), because, as the world transitions towards a low-carbon economy, it is essential that workers in the transport sector are equipped with the skills and knowledge necessary to support this transition.
The main objectives of the project are to build knowledge among civil servants, and to exchange experiences of the local and regional level of governance when it comes to sustainable transports.
From these objectives is awaited the exchange of good practices and the possibility of having more well-trained civil servants. These results will be achieved through various activities:
- Collection of good (or bad) practices from the participating countries on how different regions implement and work towards sustainable planning of transport. Partners will exchange knowledge and practices in order to support a bigger change that is not limited only to its own institutions.
- Sustainable Mobility Seminar;
- Stakeholders reporting back: to ensure that all stakeholders are informed about the results of the seminar and engaged, a series of local online meetings will be held in Italy, Finland, Germany, and Sweden.