REACTIVITY rewards sustainable urban mobility with economic incentives to spend in local shops. Local governments monitor real-time travel behaviors and plan and co-create urban spaces, traffic, and infrastructures based on real data. REACTIVITY reduces emissions, backs data-driven urban and traffic planning, and engages with citizens and storekeepers.
Your feet are the closest mobility mode to earn points!
Take your bike, skater, e-scooter, hoverboard, or wheelchair
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The Municipality of Braga has the strategic objective of changing the paradigm for the promotion of sustainable, inclusive and intelligent mobility. Given the current modal split that favours private transport, it aims to achieve the inversion of the mobility pyramid by giving primacy to public transport and soft modes.
Braga is strongly committed with the promotion of public transport and has all the conditions to become a bicycle-friendly city. Thus, this approach is fully aligned with the strategic vision of the municipality and the specific objectives outlined in its Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan.
Mobility is a structural factor in the development of Braga, for its territorial and social cohesion, environmental quality, economic dynamism or the ability to connect people and communies. This project will encourage the use of collective, shared and so modes, reducing private cars usage that severely affects city conditions. Any investment in promoting these modes will result in positive socio- economic and environmental impacts.
The Municipality of Lecce promotes the gradual affirmation of sustainable mobility practices and road safety.
With REACTIVITY, the City of Lecce wants to further facilitate alternatives to individual motorised mobility. It will be synergic with the other initiaves, in some cases benefiting from interventions already started, in other cases promoting new ones. The strategic objective is to monitor citizens mobility behavior, returning data that will allow the administration to further calibrate future interventions.
This project is funded by EIT Urban Mobility, an initiative of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT), a body of the European Union. EIT Urban Mobility acts to accelerate positive change on mobility to make urban spaces more liveable. Learn more: eiturbanmobility.eu.