Technical assistance for the Design and Monitoring of the Urban Mobility Plan for Lima and Callao (PMU)

Client: Inter-American Development Bank

Location: Perú

The objective of the consultancy is to provide technical assistance to the ATU and the IDB, in the technical and management follow-up of the project “Urban Mobility Plan for Lima and Callao (PMU)”, through

a) The review of the products to be developed by the consulting company in charge of preparing the aforementioned Plan

b) Assist the ATU in the articulation of governance mechanisms, participatory management and review of the communication processes proposed by the consulting company that will develop the PMU.

Climate Comfort Zones Residential (CCZR) Planning

Client: Council of Lugo

Location: Spain

Urban planning and bioclimatic design of residential areas of the future multi-exoloxic neighborhood, will be carried out through the following steps: Analysis of the climatic characterization of the pilot intervention area, application of bioclimatic design principles for the planning of Residential Climatic Comfort Zones (CCZR), evaluation of the proposed urban planning and design solutions, evaluation of the level of metabolism self-sufficiency corresponding to the CCZR proposal, elaboration of the resulting informative material for transfer actions, and climate analysis and proposal of solutions in an existing environment from the city of Lugo, Plaza de Campo del Rollo. This will contribute to improving the quality of life in the environment for the inhabitants of the city.

Valencian Urban Agenda

Client: Government of Valencia

Location: Spain

The objective of a process of strategic reflection is basically to expand the area of ​​influence that can have the society of a territory in everything that concerns it, both in relation to politics public, such as municipal technical and administrative management. That is, to enable a process of citizen participation based on common values ​​and interests in the medium and long term, rather than on short-term particular positions; although positions on policies and ongoing projects they are unavoidable, and must be present in the works. Strategic planning is intended to help govern uncertainty by developing, with general perspective of about ten years, a vision and a series of projects and actions over short term built from the coordination of interests and the free will of the actors social and institutional involved. As important as the final content of the document strategic is the quality of the process that has given rise to it, in terms of participation citizen and institutional involvement.

Action Plans for Sustainable Energy and Climate (PAESC) in Tarragona

Client: Diputació de Tarragona – Àrea del Servei d`Assistència al Territor

Location: Spain

The project aims to help local governments establish strategies and initiatives to help them achieve their stated climate goals. Also aims to empower local governments to make the necessary changes and become aware of the importance of ecological transition and sustainability.

Resilience Plans for Tiana’s Urban Services and Infrastructure

Client: Diputació de Barcelona

Location: Spain

Tiana’s urban resilience project seeks to increase the municipality’s capacity to adapt and recover after events such as fires, floods or other disasters. Adaptation and recovery mechanisms and strategies are built, while the level of vulnerability is assessed and strategies are created to reduce it. The project includes analysis of vulnerability and associated risks, studies on the impact of local and global threats, proposals for urban planning and public-private partnerships to promote resilience. They will establish indicators and identify actions for the development of a safe urban community. Its results will be used as a tool to explain the concept of urban resilience, and as a tool to help local governments identify and implement strategies aimed at promoting urban resilience.

Cardedeu Public Space Master Plan

Client: Diputació de Barcelona

Location: Spain

The project focuses on the design of strategies and actions to improve municipal public space and promote sustainable and safe mobility. In this sense, the municipal territory will be investigated extensively in order to find out the conditions of collusion between the users of the streets, gardens, squares, equipment and public transport infrastructures. People’s needs will be assessed to plan the improvement of the characteristics of their high-density areas, green spaces and the transit network, while identifying opportunities for transformation and recovery. Through the inventory of existing conditions and the development of the designed strategies, public space will be optimized, promoting sustainable and safe mobility and citizen participation in the future planning of the territory.

Transportation Interventions for Economic and Employment Reactivation – Central American and Caribbean Regions

Client: Inter-American Development Bank (IDB)

Location: Central America and the Caribbean

The purpose of this consultancy is to develop a toolkit for assessing different options to incorporate complementary activities and components in IDB transportation projects with the objective of generating employment and promoting economic development. This toolkit includes a methodology for measuring relevant indicators, both in digital format, and a review of the experiences of similar initiatives in the region and throughout the world.

ELABORATOR – The European Living Lab on designing sustainable urban mobility towards climate neutral cities

Client: European Comission

Partners: Institute of Communication and Computer Systems (EL Coordinator), the Polis – Promotion of Operational Links with INTEGBE (Partner), the European Institute for Road Assessment (Partner), the International Road Assessment Programme (UK Partner), the University of Bristol (UK Partner), Multicriter-MCRIT AIE (ES Partner), the Institut d’Arquitectura Avancada de Catalunya (ES Partner), Comune di Milano (IT Partner), Stefano Boeri Architetti Srl (IT Partner), Things Srl (IT Partner), Agenzia Mobilità Ambiente e Territorio Srl (IT Partner), Kobenhavns Kommune (DK Partner), Kobenhavns Universitet (DK Partner), Analyse & Tal f.m.b.a. (DK Partner), Forum Virium Helsinki Oy(FI Partner), Teknologian Tutkimuskeskus VTT Oy (FI Partner), Société d’Economie Mixte ISSY – MEDIA (SEM ISSY MEDFRA (FR Partner), COLAS (FR Partner), IFP Energies Nouvelles (FR Partner), Urban Radar (FR Partner), Ayuntamiento de Zaragoza (ES Partner), Fundacion Circe Centro de Investigacion de Recures (Parner), JOC Rental S.L. (ES Partner), Anaptyxiaki Etaireia Dimou Trikkai (EL Partner), URBANA (EL Partner), Lunds Kommun (SE Partner), Linköpings Universitet (SE Partner), Sensative AB (SE Partner), Statutarni Mesto Liberec (CZ Partner), Ceske Vysoké Uceni Technicke v Praze (CZ Partner), Mestna Občina Velenje (SI Partner), AV Living Lab, D.O.O. (SI Partner), Internet Institute, Communications Solutions Andsi (SI Partner), Grad Split (HR Partenr), Sveučilište u Zagrebu Fakultet prometnih znanos (HR Partner), City Administration of the City of Krusevac (RS Partner), Municipality of Ioannina (EL Partner) and platomo GmbH (DE Partner).

ELABORATOR is a European urban mobility project that seeks to create safe, inclusive and sustainable cities. Through a holistic approach, the project plans to introduce innovative and smart enforcement tools, shared services and integration of active and green modes of transportation, all of which are dedicated to creating greater access for citizens who are vulnerable to exclusion. Six Lighthouse cities (Milan, Copenhagen, Helsinki, Issy-les-Moulineaux, Zaragoza and Trikala) and six Follower cities (Lund, Liberec, Velejne, Ioannina, Split and Krusevac) are part of the project, and, with the help of dedicated toolkits, users’ and stakeholders’ opinions, guidelines and policies developed, and future roadmaps, the project will establish evidence-based Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans (SUMPs) that will benefit all city-dwellers.