About the toolbox
The Toolbox Smart Mobility Management provides an overview of the most important measures that can influence mobility behaviour. It describes these measures in two parts:
- fact sheets and key figures for costs and effects
- case studies to inspire
The toolbox is intended to be a source of inspiration (what is actually possible?) and support when selecting the most promising measures for a specific situation. Both where structural accessibility pinch-points and disruption due to roadworks are concerned.
Several fact sheets and case studies have been the result of experiences gained from the Optimising Use (Beter Benutten) programme. The Optimising Use method derived from the programme still offers useful insights when selecting and implementing measures.
Considering smart mobility measures always starts with a thorough problem analysis. This is used to determine the scope and nature of the task and to identify opportunities using target group and stakeholder analyses. Well-known tools for performing a good problem analysis are CORT en Krachtig and the Toekan methodology (both only available in Dutch). The Toolbox Smart Mobility Management provides knowledge and inspiration about possible solutions, divided into several themes:
The Toolbox Smart Mobility Management has been drawn up by the Mobility Management Support Centre and the Smart Mobility programme from Rijkswaterstaat. If you have any questions about the toolbox, please contact the Mobility Management Support Centre.