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  1. MOVE Mobility participates in “Agglomerationskonzept Köln/Bonn”

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    The Köln/Bonn region is currently facing various challenges related to spatial development. Issues such as land development and traffic infrastructure are often conflicting and have to be accommodated in a limited space (for example settlement development versus open space protection). The solutions to address these challenges are to be found at a supra-regional and regional scale and in the form of integrated urban development concepts.

    Against this background, the “Agglomerationskonzept Köln/Bonn” aims at developing objectives and a future vision for the spatial development of Köln/Bonn region, through an intensive dialogue in the form of workshops, colloquia, forums, that will bring together stakeholders, professionals and experts from urban and regional level and various fields of work.

  2. Monitoring & Evaluation of the Beter Benutten (Optimising Use) National Programme

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    In the ‘Beter Benutten’ (‘Optimising Use’) programme, the Dutch government, regions and businesses are working together to improve road, waterway and railway accessibility in the regions with the most congested roads. The programme is a customised mix of measures meant for reducing congestion and improving traffic and accessibility on Dutch roads.

    MOVE Mobility has been commissioned to perform the monitoring and evaluation of this programme with the help of the MOVE Meter. The main purpose of this project is to analyse the effects of various measures on congestion levels and travel time. Such measures can be: improving existing roads, offering travellers more choices and services, building new infrastructure for various modes, working together with businesses to facilitate smart travelling, etc.

    MOVE Mobility has been responsible for: prepare the monitoring and evaluation plan, provide training and guiding for regions on implementing the measures in the MOVE Meter, keep direct contact with regional coordinators and the representatives of the Ministry, monitor and evaluate the effects of the implemented measures in the MOVE Meter, report on the findings.