IFP-research is a partner in the REALLOCATE consortium.
The REALLOCATE project aims to reduce transport emissions in European cities by 55% by 2030 and 90% by 2050 through sustainable urban mobility solutions. The project will empower 10 twinned Mission Cities to develop and deploy zero-emission, shared, inclusive, active and human-centred mobility interventions. Pilots in 15 urban and periurban unsafe areas will demonstrate innovative urban space management and reallocation strategies for sustainable modes. Solutions include innovative urban design, behavioural nudging, and smart technological and data-driven solutions. The project’s impact will be increased by engaging 10 twinned Mission Cities (Gothenburg-Tampere, Heidelberg-Utrecht, Lyon-Warsaw, Budapest-Zagreb, Barcelona-Bologna) in capacity building activities and providing them with replication packages and guidelines.