Exploiting social media and crowdsourcing techniques to reinforce SUMP development in Med Cities with seasonal demand

MOTIVATE project is promoting citizens' engagement in urban sustainable mobility planning. Through the use of social media and crowdsourcing applications, citizens are asked to contribute to the decision making procedure by: 

  • providing data for their daily trips
  • evaluating the current transport services, and 
  • assessing the usefulness of proposed/planned mobility interventions

Citizens' contribution is estimated to influence the effectiveness of SUMPs' development (enhancing the implementation of the 11 steps of SUMP cycle) and result in acceptable and long lasting sustainable mobility measures.

MOTIVATE in numbers

30

months project duration

1.8

M€ project budget

3

technical experts

5

pilot cities

2

associate partners

News

Living Labs

MOTIVATE at the MADE in MED Conference

Go-SUMP meeting in Rome

Events