MyFairShare is funded under Horizon 2020 ERA-NET Cofund Urban Accessibility and Connectivity (ENUAC).
The project has four objectives:
- To identify baseline conditions and perceptions regarding mobility budgets
- To design methods for allocating mobility budgets and assessing their impacts
- To test selected cases of potential mobility budget scenarios
- To provide strategies and guidance for the introduction of mobility budgets in different settings
DLR (Institute of Transport Research) is mainly involved in the development of the fairness concept for the assessment of the mobility budget, the investigation of the acceptance of a mobility budget and its potential effectiveness in terms of behavioral change and CO2 reduction. DLR is also involved in the model development and calculation of individual CO2 budgets, and responsible for one of the six Living Labs that will be set up in Adlershof, Berlin in 2023.
The project combines and expands relevant knowledge, data and models to construct a scheme for the fair distribution of individual mobility budgets and to identify effective policy strategies. The concept is tested in six different Living Labs varying by scale (community – municipal – (trans-)national) and scope (citizen level– transport management level – strategic development level). The resulting policy toolkits and guidelines support the introduction of socially acceptable mobility budgets at different governance levels so as to improve urban accessibility and transport equity.
- BMBF (as national contact point for the EU funding program Horizon 2020), Project Sponsor: DLR Projektträger
The project is coordinated by Dr. Alexandra Millonig from the AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH (Austria).
All project consortium partners:
- AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH (AIT, Österreich)
- Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt (DLR, Deutschland)
- University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences (BOKU, Österreich)
- Lorenz Consult (FLO, Österreich)
- Latvia University of Life Sciences and Technologies (LLU, Lettland)
- University of Latvia (LU, Lettland)
- London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE, Großbritannien)
- Institute of Transport Economics (TOI, Norwegen)
2021 - 2024