SUITS project

The SUITS project stands for Sustainable Urban Integrated Transport Systems: Transferable tools for S-M local authorities. SUITS aim is to substantially increase the capacity of Small-Medium local authorities to develop and implement sustainable, inclusive, integrated and accessible transport strategies, policies, technologies, practices, procedures, tools, measures and intelligent transport systems that recognize the end-to-end travel experiences of all users and freight.

The SUITS project is developing a suite of learning materials for decision makers and planners in small and medium sized cities to address knowledge gaps and misconceptions related to urban planning measures and to the deployment of innovative mobility solutions and technologies. The learning materials will be provided in webinars, as on-line documents and transmitted via workshops and multiplier events.

A Capacity Building Toolbox is a key outcome of the project, in order to assist the policy makers to respond in many pressing and often contradictory demands of the contemporary way of living; ensuring mobility for all and high quality of life with limited funds and shrinking budget.

The SUITS consortium consists of twenty-two partners from eleven EU countries, among them nine cities in seven EU countries.

The SUITS Project is coordinated by the Centre for Mobility and Transport of the Coventry University, UK

Prof. Andree Woodcock  contact@suits-project.eu

The SUITS project stands for Sustainable Urban Integrated Transport Systems: Transferable tools for S-M local authorities. SUITS aim is to substantially increase the capacity of Small-Medium local authorities to develop and implement sustainable, inclusive, integrated and accessible transport strategies, policies, technologies, practices, procedures, tools, measures and intelligent transport systems that recognize the end-to-end travel experiences of all users and freight.

The SUITS project is developing a suite of learning materials for decision makers and planners in small and medium sized cities to address knowledge gaps and misconceptions related to urban planning measures and to the deployment of innovative mobility solutions and technologies. The learning materials will be provided in webinars, as on-line documents and transmitted via workshops and multiplier events.

A Capacity Building Toolbox is a key outcome of the project, in order to assist the policy makers to respond in many pressing and often contradictory demands of the contemporary way of living; ensuring mobility for all and high quality of life with limited funds and shrinking budget.

The SUITS consortium consists of twenty-two partners from eleven EU countries, among them nine cities in seven EU countries.

The SUITS Project is coordinated by the Centre for Mobility and Transport of the Coventry University, UK

Prof. Andree Woodcock  contact@suits-project.eu