The European project GECKO (Governance principles and methods enabling decision makers to manage and regulate the changing mobility systems) launched in 2018 to support authorities in developing the most appropriate regulatory frameworks and governance models for the transition to a new mobility era of cooperative, inclusive and interconnected mobility, will end with two days of meetings and debates on 25 and 26 August.
Through the extensive knowledge of its partners and engagement with a range of stakeholders, including authorities and new mobility providers, the project has provided guidance, recommendations and case studies for sustainable city networks.
The project has been coordinated by UITP in collaboration with the project partners: Fit Consulting, POLIS, CORTE, Abo Akademi University, Absiskey, University College London, Rupprecht Consult and Bocconi University Milano.
FIT Consulting, one of the key partners of the GECKO project, was in charge of mapping the regulatory framework, assessing impacts and perspectives in different countries on a global scale, enabling positive impacts of innovation in mobility by improving environment, economies, inclusion and quality of life.
In GECKO, FIT has developed an ad-hoc assessment method based on Multi-Criteria Analysis (MCA), aimed at assessing how effective each regulatory framework is in adopting new solutions and how ready it is for future levels of market penetration.
More information about the project and the work carried out by FIT Consulting is available here.
The final event will go through the project’s lessons learnt and key recommendations for transport authorities, policy makers, operators and new mobility providers.
Marisa Meta, FIT Consulting, will also take part in the webinar as a speaker.
If you’re interested in hearing more on technological, operational and social trends and innovations, want to learn about regulatory and governance frameworks, or wish to take a closer look at the GECKO Compliance Map, make sure to join the event!
Wednesday 25 and Thursday 26 August, from 10 to 11.15 CEST. Each session will also be repeated at 15.00 CEST.
Registration is free and open to all.