Improving Seamless energy-efficient mobility chains for all


The ISEMOA project supported European municipalities, cities, and regions to increase energy-efficiency in transport by improving the accessibility of sustainable door-to-door mobility-chains and thus enabling all citizens and visitors (including people with reduced mobility (PRM)) to adopt a less car-dependent life-style. ISEMOA developed tailor-made quality-management-schemes for continuous improvement of the accessibility of the whole sustainable door-to-door mobility-chain in European municipalities, cities, and regions. These ISEMOA quality-management-schemes enable local/regional stakeholders to assess (together with an ISEMOA auditor) the actual state of accessibility in public space and public transport in their area, and to develop strategies and measures for continuously improving accessibility in their area. The ISEMOA quality-management-schemes apply a holistic approach by taking into account - the needs of all categories of PRM - the whole door-to-door mobility-chain - all kinds of barriers - all aspects of accessibility (from geographical perspective to service and barriers) - all steps of the work process necessary for successfully improving accessibility

  • Status
  • Completed
  • Project Launch
  • 17 May 2010
  • Project completed
  • 16 May 2013
mobility energy efficiency Sustainable Transport

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