An ex-post assessment of sustainable mobility: the case of European neighbourhoods

Journal title TERRITORIO
Author/s Ila Maltese, Ilaria Mariotti, Alessandra Oppio
Publishing Year 2011 Issue 2011/59
Language English Pages 8 P. 51-58 File size 400 KB
DOI 10.3280/TR2011-059008
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This paper focuses on an analysis of sustainable mobility on a neighbourhood scale, a useful unit of analysis, because it makes the systems for the creation, management and control of processes (acoustic pollution, traffi c fl ow, stakeholder involvement, etc.) both concrete and monitorable. The objective of the work is to use an ex-post analysis to assess the strategies employed in twenty European neighbourhoods classified as pursuing best practices for sustainability. In order to perform this, appropriate results indicators were developed, taken in part from the literature on the subject and in part from ex-post sustainability assessment models developed by Nijkamp and Holden. Empirical analysis enabled us to define the role played by ‘direct’ and ‘indirect’ indicators in the achievement of sustainable mobility and also to identify common strategies employed by the twenty neighbourhoods concerned.

Keywords: Sustainable mobility; indicators; ex-post assessment

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Ila Maltese, Ilaria Mariotti, Alessandra Oppio, An ex-post assessment of sustainable mobility: the case of European neighbourhoods in "TERRITORIO" 59/2011, pp 51-58, DOI: 10.3280/TR2011-059008