1. Analyse structure, natural environment, and public realm, within which PT systems operate, to define innovative strategies
    and new approaches of significant impact, while developing a new integrated framework to facilitate the co-creation and co-management of innovative mobility solutions that will be affordable, inclusive and resilient
  2. Setup, prototype, test, demonstrate and evaluate innovative mobility solutions, complemented, and reinforced by appropriate policy measures, in four LLs, by engaging local ecosystem actors to formulate an open and collaborative community that will co-create the solutions
  3. Define and implement the digital tools that will enable the deployment of innovative mobility solutions, through the integration of PT with new mobility services (e.g., Digital Twins (DT), simulations, AI, behavioral models, and data driven decision making systems).
  4. Foster the dissemination, transferability, replication, and up-scaling of innovative solutions by encouraging cross-pollination activities across pilot and other European cities and streamlining the up-taking and rapid adaptation of evaluated solutions
  5. Contribute to the changing canvas of the European transport policy framework, especially on the local and regional level by documenting the identified pathways and solutions and aligning the outcomes with the recent advancements in spatial and mobility planning, SUMPs and SULPs