Do parking measures contribute to a sustainable transportation system?

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Abstract

The objective of Mobility Management (MM) is to induce citizens to practice reasoned mobility, that is, organizing their daily activity patterns in an efficient way, in terms of costs, energy savings and environment conservation. MaxSumo is meant to be a tool by which baseline data on the impact of MM measures and programmes in various fields can be gathered on a large scale. The online database MaxEva, particularly designed to support users of MaxSumo, stores monitoring and evaluation data and helps users especially to benchmark their own project results with others. MaxSumo is a resource providing advice on issues that need to be monitored and evaluated as well as their levels along with giving guidance throughout the entire project, from deciding on the initial necessary steps to finalizing the evaluation. The use of MaxEva helps to identify key performance indicators that can help decision-makers to prioritize investments in MM.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationStrategies for sustainable mobilities : opportunities and challenges
EditorsR. Gerike, F. Hülsmann, K. Roller
Place of PublicationFarnham
PublisherAshgate
Pages119-127
ISBN (Electronic)9781315610986
ISBN (Print)978-1-4094-5490-8
Publication statusPublished - 2013

Publication series

NameTransport and society

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    Waerden, van der, P. J. H. J., & Timmermans, H. J. P. (2013). Do parking measures contribute to a sustainable transportation system? In R. Gerike, F. Hülsmann, & K. Roller (Eds.), Strategies for sustainable mobilities : opportunities and challenges (pp. 119-127). (Transport and society). Ashgate.