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ELEONORA RIVA SANSEVERINO

La smart mobility come fattore chiave verso una smart city. Alcune esperienze europee

  • Autori: Costantino, D.; RIVA SANSEVERINO, E.; RIVA SANSEVERINO, R.
  • Anno di pubblicazione: 2013
  • Tipologia: Capitolo o Saggio (Capitolo o saggio)
  • OA Link: http://hdl.handle.net/10447/99114

Abstract

The study and the analysis of some fruitful experiences in Europe we find that the smart mobility is one of the central pillars for initiating processes and best practices sensitive to environmental issues and sustainable development. The city of Stockholm has called his plan sustainable precisely “The Walkable City” meaning that achieve a planning instrument that brings the city to be crossed easily by bicycle, on foot, but also with public transport efficient and low impact on the climate. For this reason the city has the goal of being fossil fuel free by 2050. Freiburg, however, with the urban district of Vauban is definitely an inno- vative model focuses on the use of sustainable public transport, on the drastic reduction of the presence of the car and a great car sharing service, with 40% of households no longer need the ‘car and the few existing parking lots are out of the neighborhood (they are also provided economic incentives for those who do not seek the parking lots). Even Freiburg as Stockholm has reduced harm- full emissions by 14% and aims to reduce them by 40% by 2030.