The Citizen Mobility Kit is an open toolkit that can take many shapes – online and offline or even a mix of both. It all depends on the community that creates and uses it. In general, you can think of the kit as a repository for tools, methods and applications that can be used to support communities’ activities on-site and facilitate exchange and collaboration between people. A kit may, for example, contain guidelines to apply collective intelligence approaches or provide ways to enable efficient information sharing; open channels to report mobility needs or submit ideas; real-time feedback mechanisms to collect data and evaluate mobility solutions; inventories of existing urban mobility solutions and best practices to learn from; or notification services to alert participants about local mobility activities of interest.
The functionalities and their combination depend on local needs. If this sounds too abstract and you are curious to discover more about the Mobility Kits, find out what each pilot area has come up with!