EX-TRA Deliverable 2.1 Inclusive Accessibility by Proximity Index, Version 1
The IAPI is a quantitative tool for assessing the level of access through active mobility, at a basket of daily, basic services at the district level.
Via Procaccini: la prima piazza scolastica di Bologna
Two students from the Testoni-Fioravanti school tell FIU about the tactical urban planning project that transformed Via Procaccini into the first school square in Bologna! (Italian)
How does the Van Gogh School Street contribute to a more Sustainable and Child-Friendly Neighbourhood? A Lambeth Case Study
Research report by Marie Kaune, exploring the impact of the Van Gogh School Street experiment, and surveying school children to understand how the experiment impacts them.
From a post-war to a post-car neighborhood. Pendrecht, neighborhood in Rotterdam
Masters Thesis by Fabiola Anahí Mogrovejo León exploring the concept of accessibility by proximity as a structural and functional factor for redesigning one of the so-called ‘second-most problematic neighborhoods of The Netherlands, Pendrecht. The research proposes strategies and possible scenarios based on the main fundaments of accessibility by proximity to transform post-war neighborhood, characterized by sociological-urban ideals such as ‘the garden city’ and ‘the neighborhood unit.’
EX-TRA Deliverable 4.1 Comparative policy analysis
Document analysis to map the institutional and policy context of urban mobility in the testbeds. Comparative description of organizational and legal frameworks, and of policy aims, measures, and actors.
Mutations of self-organized mobility: Mapping and Evaluating Alexandria’s minibus movement patterns with Matsim model
Masters Thesis by Mohamed El Gohary (Politecnico di Milano) which implements MATSim modelling for evaluating the movement patterns and assessing evidence-based urban mobility policy for dealing with the underperformance of the minibuses in Alexandria.