Building Small and Medium Local Authorities’ capacity to introduce Innovative Transport Schemes

To increase the capacity of S-M cities, to implement and monitor the Innovative Transport Schemes (InnoTS) measures throughout policymaking, budgeting, designing and facing the current challenges when implementing these measures.

Course Overview

This course is designed to build and/or strengthen the capacity of small-medium cities’ Local Authorities to facing current challenges when implementing innovative transport schemes, i.e car-sharing, ridesharing (carpooling – vanpooling), bike – sharing, MaaS etc.

Who is this course for?

The course is aimed mainly at transport planners in local authorities of small and medium sized cities. Other interested individuals are also welcome, e.g. from consultancies or recent graduates.

Overall aim of the course

To increase the capacity of S-M cities, to implement and monitor the Innovative Transport Schemes (InnoTS) measures throughout policymaking, budgeting, designing and facing the current challenges when implementing these measures.

Specific objectives of the course

Increasing the understanding about the value of InnoTS in our cities, the effects/cost of lack of urban mobility regulations, the operators and the economy of the city, the stakeholders involved and their needs and about the concept and methodology for implementing InnoTS measures while being able to recognise or find out the needs of urban freight transport users.

Building specific skills regarding how success of the measures can be ensured

  • By convincing stakeholders and by overcoming financial, legal, administrative and technical barriers

Specifically, the course is designed to:

  • Strengthen cooperation between LA’s staff
  • Advance local priorities on InnoTS
  • Offer concrete practical tools and guidance to better implement these Schemes

Unit 1

1
Introduction Webinar on Innovative Transport Schemes (InnoTS)
2
Key aspects of the problem
3
Why Innovative Transport Schemes?
4
Innovative Transport Schemes
5
Opinion regarding innovative transport schemes benefits
1 question
6
Benefits of InnoTS
7
Correlation of InnoTS with city strategic objectives [6]
8
Example: Coventry Strategic Objectives
9
Social Impact Measurement
10
Impact assessment dimensions
11
Overview of factors
12
Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)
13
SIA example Kalamaria – Bike sharing scheme (9)
14
Added value … i
15
EU Strategies / Regulations
16
Added value … ii
17
How to build collaboration/ identify the stakeholders and actors needs
18
UNIT 1 – References

Unit 2

1
Identification of Actors and Stakeholders
2
Identification of Actors and Stakeholders per type of InnoTS
3
Stakeholder Identification
2 questions
4
Challenges and Responses for implementation of Ride-sharing (I) [15]
5
Challenges for Car-sharing implementation in smaller cities [16]
6
Challenges & Responses for Bike-sharing implementation [17]
7
Challenges & Responses for MaaS implementation
8
UNIT 2 – References

Unit 3

1
Bike sharing- Turin (free- floating)
2
Mobility As A Service – Helsinki
3
Mobility As A Service – West Midlands

Unit 4

1
Business Model Canvas
2
Business Model Canvas
1 question
3
Type of Investments
4
Available online tools supporting the implementation of measures
5
Key Performance Indicators …
Building Small and Medium Local Authorities’ capacity to introduce Innovative Transport Schemes
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