70% of all Europeans live in cities, urban mobility is already a deciding factor for quality living and prosperity and deserves to be a locational factor more than most others. Consequently, ITS is increasingly tackling urban mobility issues, covering all modes of transport including active forms of mobility. The traditional mode-centric approach fails in urban mobility while new aspects such as customer care, user needs and door-to-door are becoming crucial.

Sub-topics are:

  • Urban Mobility Indicators
    • GHG
    • Safety
    • Connectivity
    • Inclusion
  • Sensor networks & traffic management
  • Incident detection & classification
  • Urban logistics & last mile delivery