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Transport and Active Mobility (AM) in port areas is currently a crucial point that city administration must tackle with Port Authorities. Due to increasing global merchandise and urbanisation, port areas and residential areas are getting closer, narrowing the division between the two. As a result, we already have sub-residential port areas. Planning transport in port areas is complex. There are…
Type: Toolkit
Hupmobile’s Participatory.Tools is created as part of Hupmobile project’s activity of Improving Stakeholder Processes (lead by City of Riga) and Co-creation with residents (lead by Aalto University). The tool box aims to improve and broaden the stakeholder involvement processes, and assist the cities in their work with stakeholders within the core activities of the HUPMOBILE project and beyond.
Type: Toolkit
This interactive map highlights the sustainable mobility solutions identified in the research "Benchmarking of Transport solutions in BSR cities" which is part of HUPMOBILE project.
Type: Toolkit
You would like to develop a SUMP, but don't know where to start? You would like to evaluate the status of mobility planning in your city and receive tailored feedback how to further improve? The SUMP Self-Assessment tool is particularly useful for local authorities who find themselves at the beginning of their SUMP process, as well as cities and regions who want to evaluate their planning status…
Type: Toolkit
Topic: Mobility
The toolbox introduces the most commonly used approaches and concrete tools for urban stormwater management. The toolbox is especially aimed at landscape architects, architects, and urban planners and designers, including those interested in or working with the design, planning or management of urban water.
Type: Toolkit
Topic: Water
The online tool Integrated Management for Local Climate Change Response consists of guidance papers, training materials, tools and case studies for enhancing local capacities on climate change adaptation and mitigation.
Type: Toolkit
The model of an Integrated Management System for local and regional sustainability facilitates a holistic management and the integration of different sectors which are prerequisites for sustainable cities. The whole online tool is available in English. It is also available in Italian, Finnish, Swedish, Hungarian and German. Introduction to IMS is also available in Spanish and Croatian.
Type: Toolkit
Solutions – local, together, Nordic Conference on Sustainable Development in the Baltic Sea Region gathered 584 participants from 16 different countries in the city of Turku, Finland 31.1. – 2.2.2011. During 2,5 days the participants of the conference got the opportunity to hear 88 speakers with several practical solutions to share. The conference offered also a choice of 13 local solutions, 3…
Type: Toolkit
The NEW BRIDGES online toolkit is a complimentary methodological package for the Planning together for Better Quality of Life –Guide for Integrated Management of Urban Rural Interaction. Available in EN, FI, SE, DE, LV, LT, EE, PL. (The toolkit has been archived)
Type: Toolkit
The UBC Good Practices Database was developed to answer to the need of local authorities to find practical examples complemented with suitable tools. The practices cover sustainable development in cities including all topics from transport to health and from social aspects to economic instruments - all dimensions of the Aalborg Commitments. (The Database was archived)
Type: Toolkit
Stakeholder involvement processes need to be tailored according to the needs of the local authorities, yet consisting of good basic principles of participatory democracy. The process is transparent and inclusive. It supports the decision-making, offers feedback immediately and makes decisions more binding. The understanding of complicated issues and conflicting arguments increases. The overall…
Type: Toolkit
Urban sustainable development requires resources, skills, understanding, good communication and commitment, and most of all and organizational structure to manage the efforts. The URBANworks-toolkit that was developed in Integrated Solutions for Sustainability Management in Baltic Cities, SUSTAINMENT, during 2006-2007, supports the development and the establishment of a sustainability management…
Type: Toolkit
As people travel to buy goods and use services, they generate traffic. It is the ordinary day-to-day activities of urban residents - going to the shops, visiting the dentist or attending school - that generate traffic. Many cities face a multitude of challenges related to these activities, congestion, noise, air quality issues, health, safety, quality of life and the problem with a multitude of…
Type: Toolkit
Topic: Mobility