On the 19th of April, the project partners met in Brussels to launch the Carin-PT. The next 3 years, researchers from Sweden, Estonia, Norway and Belgium will collaborate on capacity building on the subject of public transport in relation to the built environment. The partners aim to produce understandings on the organisational, political and social aspects…
The partners aim to produce understandings on the organisational, political and social aspects of public transport. In co-creation with stakeholders, civil servants and citizens, the research will look at different forms of mobility (traditional and flexible public transport, fares and ticketing, integration of micro-mobility services) to develop practical working solutions for both policy and transport managing authorities.
Next to traditional research methods such as data analysis, surveys and interviews, the project themes will set up experimental settings as Urban Living Labs, where different groups will reflect on potential changes to make public transport more inclusive and resilient.
After a formal meeting, discovered the city of Brussels in what was the first live meeting after a long period of digital contacts. The project team is motivated to take up the different working packages and looks forward to more in depth cooperation on the different themes.
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