The need to keep cities liveable, safe and accessible has become an issue of increasing concern for city governments. EcoMobility refers to the ability of any individual to travel, access opportunities and reach destinations in an environmentally-friendly, safe and healthy way. EcoMobility SHIFT has identified 20 indicators that allow it to measure how a city currently works, what it has delivered on the ground and the results and impacts achieved. A city is Between 2010 and 2013, 25 cities and 39 stakeholders from 15 EU-countries have participated in the development of the scheme. Six pilot cities have thoroughly tested the scheme and been awarded with a Gold, Silver or Bronze Label for EcoMobility. In 2013, the project established the SHIFT organisation to promote and expand the use of the EcoMobility SHIFT scheme throughout Europe and beyond.