Mobility plans for organizations and institutions

Project information

Index: 1052R4
Acronym:INVOLVE
Priority:2: Environment and risk prevention
Sub Theme:Energy and sustainable transport
Location SLOVENIA SLOVENIJA Maribor Vzhodna Slovenija Start/End date of the practice
Start: 09/11

Topic of the practice

Mobility Management

Good Practice Information

Mobility Plans for organizations and institutions are a good practice of mobility management introduced in Slovenia. The aim is to manage travel demands, rather than provide solutions to increased car traffic. This has positive effects on the transport efficiency of each organisation. It contributes to the competitiveness of enterprises and provides opportunities for both employers and employees.
An organisational mobility plan is based on a survey of its accessibility (especially by green transport) and an analysis of travel behaviour. Then follows an assessment of the potential for employees to travel by foot, bike, public transport or car sharing. The plan should then propose information and incentives to promote these modes, for implementation by management.
For the successful preparation and subsequent implementation of the mobility plan is required the support from the management company and the formation of working groups for implementing a set of measures. Other stakeholders to be involved are: public institutions, private organizations and associations.

Evidence of success

In Maribor mobility plans have been adopted for 2 schools (640 students); the municipality (300 employees), the company Cimos (675 employees) and the industrial zone Cono Tezno (3000 employees).
Their impact has been to raise travel awareness; promote the use of sustainable travel; reduce greenhouse gases, congestion, noise, traffic accidents; reduce space for cars increase space for nice things

Contact details to obtain further information on the practice

Vlasta Krmelj

Energy Agency of Podravje (ENERGAP)

vlasta.krmelj@energap.si

www.energap.si

Annex completed on: 03-24-2014

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