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- Date Updated: September 2017
How to move from being a carrier to being an integrated mobility player and effectively managing the transition during this major change.
The purpose of this document is to offer the various networks wishing to make the shift towards the management of integrated mobility, concrete and applicable tools to implement this new orientation. The working group wanted to cover the three major issues of mobility management, namely linking with urban planning, demand management and relations with other actors of integrated mobility.
For CUTA, integrated urban mobility is a goal that:
- begins with a public transit service that includes all modes of transportation, including walking, cycling, automotive and transportation alternatives;
- allows for harmonious and door-to-door mobility throughout the urban area;
- is designed for all segments of the population.
This toolkit should serve as a guide for establishing integrated mobility. This is a resource available to transit agencies who want to move their communities toward integrated mobility. The toolkit highlights several examples of integrated mobility solutions currently being applied across North America and Europe; it identifies the key issues and learnings from these examples and, by the same token, outlines the possible action plans that transit agencies can use to achieve integrated mobility.