Cities will have to make crucial chances in their planning systems to be able to adapt to the new challenges. In order to achieve this, cities should be able to learn from their successes and failures during their urban decision-making, planning and implementation processes.
Sharing experiences with practitioners within and across countries improves development outcomes, leads to better decisions and accelerates the development process in cities and regions.
MOVE Mobility’s “Knowledge Transfer Programme” aims to share the experiences of the Dutch integrated planning system, which is recognised for being one of the most sustainable and efficient systems in the world. The high share of bike trips in all Dutch cities is one of the unique selling points.
The focus during this programme is on topics such as: institutional and financial arrangements, strategic networking, integrated spatial planning, multimodality, cycling cities and smart cities.