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How to monitor sustainable mobility in cities? Literature review in the frame of creating a set of sustainable mobility indicators

Dominique Gillis (UGent) , Ivana Semanjski (UGent) and Dirk Lauwers (UGent)
(2016) SUSTAINABILITY. 8(1).
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The role of sustainable mobility and its impact on society and the environment is evident and recognized worldwide. Nevertheless, although there is a growing number of measures and projects that deal with sustainable mobility issues, it is not so easy to compare their results and, so far, there is no globally applicable set of tools and indicators that ensure holistic evaluation and facilitate replicability of the best practices. In this paper, based on the extensive literature review, we give a systematic overview of relevant and scientifically sound indicators that cover different aspects of sustainable mobility that are applicable in different social and economic contexts around the world. Overall, 22 sustainable mobility indicators have been selected and an overview of the applied measures described across the literature review has been presented.
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sustainable mobility, indicators, evaluation, sustainable and resilient urban environment, ENVIRONMENT, ACCESSIBILITY, transportation

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Gillis, Dominique, Ivana Semanjski, and Dirk Lauwers. 2016. “How to Monitor Sustainable Mobility in Cities? Literature Review in the Frame of Creating a Set of Sustainable Mobility Indicators.” Ed. Lorenzo Chelleri. Sustainability 8 (1).
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Gillis, Dominique, Semanjski, I., & Lauwers, D. (2016). How to monitor sustainable mobility in cities? Literature review in the frame of creating a set of sustainable mobility indicators. (L. Chelleri, Ed.)SUSTAINABILITY, 8(1).
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Gillis D, Semanjski I, Lauwers D. How to monitor sustainable mobility in cities? Literature review in the frame of creating a set of sustainable mobility indicators. Chelleri L, editor. SUSTAINABILITY. POSTFACH, CH-4005 BASEL, SWITZERLAND: MDPI AG; 2016;8(1).
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Gillis, Dominique, Ivana Semanjski, and Dirk Lauwers. “How to Monitor Sustainable Mobility in Cities? Literature Review in the Frame of Creating a Set of Sustainable Mobility Indicators.” Ed. Lorenzo Chelleri. SUSTAINABILITY 8.1 (2016): n. pag. Print.
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  abstract     = {The role of sustainable mobility and its impact on society and the environment is evident and recognized worldwide. Nevertheless, although there is a growing number of measures and projects that deal with sustainable mobility issues, it is not so easy to compare their results and, so far, there is no globally applicable set of tools and indicators that ensure holistic evaluation and facilitate replicability of the best practices. In this paper, based on the extensive literature review, we give a systematic overview of relevant and scientifically sound indicators that cover different aspects of sustainable mobility that are applicable in different social and economic contexts around the world. Overall, 22 sustainable mobility indicators have been selected and an overview of the applied measures described across the literature review has been presented.},
  author       = {Gillis, Dominique and Semanjski, Ivana and Lauwers, Dirk},
  editor       = {Chelleri, Lorenzo},
  issn         = {2071-1050},
  journal      = {SUSTAINABILITY},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {1},
  pages        = {30},
  publisher    = {MDPI AG},
  title        = {How to monitor sustainable mobility in cities? Literature review in the frame of creating a set of sustainable mobility indicators},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.3390/su8010029},
  volume       = {8},
  year         = {2016},
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