The HUPMOBILE toolbox is intended to give a rough estimate of the potential impact of selected mobility solutions compared to the current situation in your city. The self-assessment part of the toolbox is built to help you pinpoint possible areas of improvement in your region or the possibilities to have the best impact in selected sustainability aspects. The impact assessment site (link) aims to help you document the lessons learned to other cities and the achieved impact to your own stakeholders in an easy-to-understand format. This database is for spreading knowledge about successful implementations.
You can freely browse our solution database (link) based on your own preferences or suggest adding new mobility solutions to our database without completing this self-assessment.
However, if you have completed the self-assessment, you can also filter HUPMOBILE database based on the identified sustainability aspect, sustainable category, or the operational conditions of the solution. This filtering won’t give you only exact matches, as this tool is aimed to give you new ideas to improve sustainability – use your expert opinion on the possibility to implement similar solution in your target area.
This toolbox is co-funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and developed by Aalto University researchers in the HUPMOBILE project.