Towards a paradigm shift: policies and tools for a post car mobility

Journal title TERRITORIO
Author/s Paola Pucci
Publishing Year 2022 Issue 2021/99
Language Italian Pages 4 P. 13-16 File size 121 KB
DOI 10.3280/TR2021-099002
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This opening paper introduces the debate on a post car mobility model and the main conditions for rethinking the role and the space given to the car in our daily mobility practices, to frame the articles that make up this section aimed at proposing mobility policies designed to target a post car mobility model. Dealing with the feasibility and scalability of these policies, the articles offer some reflections for adding value with respect to the investments foreseen in the National Recovery and Resilience Plan in terms of sustainable and fair urban mobilities.

Keywords: accessibility by proximity; post car mobility; National Recovery and Resilience Plan

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Paola Pucci, Per un cambiamento di paradigma: politiche e strumenti per una post car mobility in "TERRITORIO" 99/2021, pp 13-16, DOI: 10.3280/TR2021-099002