WALK-IN (acronym): Widening sustAinable mobiLity networKs: Impact on Nodes

DossierGOCI.KIEM.01.045
StatusLopend
Startdatum1 oktober 2021
Einddatum30 september 2022
RegelingKIEM GoCI
Thema's
  • KIA 1 - Energietransitie en Duurzaamheid
  • Bètatechniek
  • Smart, liveable cities
  • Logistiek en Transport in een energieke, innovatieve en duurzame samenleving
  • Creatieve industrie
  • 6: Duurzaam transport en intelligente logistiek
  • 5: De gebouwde omgeving: duurzaam en leefbaar
  • 3: Veerkrachtige samenleving: in wijk, stad en regio

In the Dutch National Environmental Vision the societal challenge of building sustainable 1 million homes by 2035, is associated to the energy and mobility transitions. New living and working locations are mapped on existing urbanized sites - mainly at catchment areas of public transportation (PT) nodes or stations – and connected to good accessibility. The stations of the future become hubs, where you can transfer from one mode of transport to another, and find places to meet up, work, exercise and eat. In order to reduce congestions and CO2 emissions, the Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management has developed a vision on the future of public transport in PT 2040 based on Door-to-Door solutions. This requires the development of new city policies in the field of bicycle and car parking, shared mobility systems, environmental zones (car-free) and public space design. The hubs are important enablers of the mobility transition (promoting the transition from car to PT or bike, in combination with shared mobility to be prepared for a post-pandemic phase). Most stations do not meet the new mobility requirements and face problems such as lack of space for bicycle parking and shared modes, as well as lack of public space. How to improve mobility transition, make it seamless and create public space for more inviting and attractive stations for people and with less cars?

WALK-IN will develop a toolkit for designers which provide generic guidelines and spatial solutions for the integration of sustainable mobility in public space at PT nodes. The toolkit is developed between and with academia, public and private partners. The project aims to develop a new network and an EU funding proposal on Energy transition and Sustainability or for the forthcoming Driving Urban Transitions program from the Joint Program Initiative Urban Europe.

Contactinformatie

TU Delft

Manuela Triggianese, contactpersoon

Consortiumpartners

bij aanvang project

Netwerkleden

  • Bureau Spoorbouwmeester
  • Ministerie van Infrastructuur en Waterstaat
  • ProRail
  • provincie Noord-Holland, provinciehuis
  • Provincie Zuid-Holland