D6.5 describes all the communication and dissemination activities we have performed in the past 18 months. We reflect on them to do better in the second half of the project. You can download the document here.
D3.5 outlines the processes that were followed by each of the five pilot areas to select the concepts that best respond to key local urban challenges. These concepts are at the basis of the actual interventions planned for 2019 and all show the drive towards alternative transport and user-centred mobility modes. You can download the
D5.1 documents the open process followed to co-develop a common Core Outcome Set (COS) of definitions, measures/indicators as well as a methodology to guide People-Orientated Transport & Mobility (POTM) impact assessment. You can download it here.
D3.3 summarises the activities that were performed in the Cities-4-People Mobility Labs between April and July 2018 and highlights the ideas and concepts that were developed in this initial timeframe. You can download the document here.
D2.4 offers an overview of the progress made towards the creation and launch of Citizen Mobility Labs in the five pilot areas. You can download it here.
D2.3 describes the first version of the Citizen Mobility Kit, a Co-creation Navigator that offers insights into co-creation tools, methods and resources. You can download it here.
D2.1 provides an overview of the actions performed between August 2017 and February 2018 by the C4P consortium to involve local stakeholders and build strong Citizen Mobility Communities in each of the pilot area. You can download it here.
D1.3 presents the results of the co-creation workshops that were organised by the pilots to define the main mobility challenges and possible intervention areas. You can download it here.