The involvement and participation of citizens and stakeholders in the sustainable urban mobility planning process is necessary in order to obtain public legitimacy and create a plan that satisfies the mobility needs of people. With the adoption of new Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), citizen participation methods have started to shift more towards online environments.
ICT based modern communication tools play an important role in cities’ activities within the CIVITAS DYN@MO project funded by the CIVITAS Initiative. The four DYN@MO cities Aachen (Germany), Gdynia (Poland), Koprivnica (Croatia) and Palma (Spain) test and implement new participation 2.0 methods, referred to as mobility 2.0 tools within the framework of the DYN@MO project, to support the preparation and implementation of their Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans (SUMPs).
This brochure shares cities’ practical experiences on implementing these tools.