Efficient, safe and environmentally friendly mobility

Local administration

In the CoMobility project, we want to find out how to ensure that citizens appreciate efficient, safe and ecological movement around the city more than owning a car, which could improve air and life quality in urban areas. We cooperate with cities belonging to the Association of Polish Cities, mainly with Lublin, Warsaw, and Cracow. The developed research methodology, results and recommendations will be scalable to other cities in Poland so that other local governments can utilise them. The knowledge and experience of local government officials from Poland are crucial, and we place particular emphasis on joining forces and building appropriate conditions for the exchange of expertise in towns and cities of Poland and Norway.

We invite you to familiarise yourself with our research results and to cooperate in the project.

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What we do

In CoMobility, we want to:

  • develop methods of co-creating transport solutions for local communities
  • understand the barriers and identify opportunities to limit the use of private cars in urban spaces
  • predict air quality outcomes for hypothetical scenarios of transport behaviour
  • assess the benefits of the considered scenarios of transport behaviour
  • build a scalable machine learning model for individual transport choices
  • evaluate the possibility of applying the developed solutions to other cities in Poland and the world
  • foster awareness of the relationship between transport choices and air quality
  • promote active mobility and public transport in local communities

How we do it

The project’s methods:

  • co-creation of solutions with a wide group of stakeholders around school communities
  • citizen science
  • city labs, educational activities, interventions in urban space
  • qualitative research, interviews and meetings with stakeholders
  • quantitative survey on Warsaw area citizens
  • modelling individual behaviour
  • modelling transport traffic
  • modelling individual behaviour

Aims

  1. We want to find out how to ensure that citizens appreciate efficient, safe and environmentally-friendly driving around the city over owning a car.
  2. We want to ensure the transparency of the research process in the open science spirit. We will share our methods, publications and recommendations. We hope this will build a sense of shared ownership of the research results with stakeholders involved in the project as well as support policymakers in shaping data-driven policies.
  3. Our actions aim to improve air quality and consequently the health of the citizens, which will also translate into lower economic costs of maintaining health in society.
Recent activities in the project

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CoMobility project data: Warsaw road traffic, road traffic emissions, and air concentrations for greater Warsaw area

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Artykuły naukowe

Let’s make a city!

Citizens
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Lakes Connect, Akademic Warsaw and CoMobility

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Workshops

Quantifying Parking Difficulty with Transport and Prediction Models for Travel Mode Choice Modelling

Citizens
Artykuły naukowe

Challenges behind sustainable schools commutes: qualitative approach in the urban environment of XXIst century

Citizens
Artykuły naukowe

REALLOCATE – A new project of CoMobility partners

Citizens
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Exploring Air Quality Together: CoMobility’s Story with CitiAIR

Citizens
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Patterns in the mobility and ownership of private cars and alternative transport modes

Citizens
Artykuły naukowe

CoMobility Consortium meeting in Krakow

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CoMobility at the 62nd ERSA Conngress

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Newsletter 17

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Newsletter 16

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Newsletter 15

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Participation, co-creation and school commute safety

Citizens
Artykuły naukowe

Municipality Workshop #3 – summary

Citizens
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Urban Traveller Preference Miner: Modelling Transport Choices with Survey Data Streams

Citizens
Artykuły naukowe

Newsletter 14

Citizens
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New CoMobility partner – CitiesAI

Citizens
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Streaming Detection of Significant Delay Changes in Public Transport Systems

Citizens
Artykuły naukowe

Newsletter 13

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Newsletter 12

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Newsletter 11

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Municipality Workshop #2 – summary

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Newsletter 10

Citizens
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Newsletter 9

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Newsletter 8

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Newsletter 7

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Newsletter 6

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Newsletter 5

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Newsletter 4

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Newsletter 3

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City of Lublin’s experience in projects on urban mobility

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Installation of low-cost traffic congestion detectors

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Newsletter 2

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Innovation Club meeting

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Newsletter 1

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About the low-cost air quality sensors

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CoMobility’s first video

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The project meeting

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We kicked-off!

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About CoMobility

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