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Caroline Mattson

Caroline Mattsson

Caroline Mattsson, Msc in Environmental Engineering and Design from Luleå University of Technology, specialized in urban planning. Caroline is the focus area manager for mobility management at Trivector. She has extensive experience working in sustainable travel, with a focus on mobility management. Caroline is often consulted as an expert and support in implementing mobility management, e.g. in urban development projects where green transport plans or mobility studies are fundamental. She has been involved in developing methods and suggestions for how mobility management can be implemented early in the planning process and throughout the construction process. As coordinator of the network Opportunities with mobility management in urban planning and through various parking projects, Caroline has gained very good insight into planning for sustainable travel in the early planning stages and the complexity it entails. In many of the assignments she works in, workshops are used as a basic methodology to reach anchored results and decisions. She has good experience of the four step principle, used for choosing the most cost effective measures in infrastructure planning. Caroline has also very good experience as a process leader in assignments with Green travel plans and evaluation of mobility management and cycling where stakeholders from several different organisations and businesses, both public and private, have participated. As project support to the Gothenburg Traffic Office in the procurement of a new loan cycle system, she has gained invaluable knowledge of different types of systems and its advantages and disadvantages. Caroline has participated in the EU-projects MAX, SEEMORE and, latest in Sumps-Up – developing practical guidance for action plans and as course leader in one of the learning programmes. At present she is also the project leader of a three-year project about Climate-smart trips to visitor destinations – examples from Småland and Öland. Caroline is the responsible course leader at Trivector in mobility management and SUMO – system for evaluation of mobility projects.

Abstracts

A METHOD TO MANAGE NEW MOBILITY SERVICES FOR A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE

New mobility services have flooded European cities over the last years, changing the patterns of the transport system. These mobility services give great potential to reach sustainable transportation, but also several challenges and risks linked to current developments. Here a method is presented including needs and barriers within Europe.

MAAS-CONCEPT AND NO PRIVATE PARKING: RESULTS FROM THE HOUSING PROJECT BRF VIVA, GOTHENBURG

The MaaS-concept EC2B has been implemented in a housing development in Gothenburg. Providing MaaS instead of car parking means tenants are nudged towards more sustainable transport habits, using a car only when they need one. The presentation will focus on experiences and lessons learnt one year into the pilot.