HINGE provides a contribution to the mobility plans of three European partners with support for more integrated sustainable transport modes, through the exchange and adoption of good practices.

The 2020 pandemic and the resulting polarization towards individual means of transport have promoted infrastructure interventions for bicycles and financial incentives to support greater use.

Working and/or leisure cyclists and students are a target group, together with local communities, transport operators and public authorities. tourists, cycling associations. The main expected impact is to facilitate decarbonisation, protect the health of citizens and reduce pollution from public or private transport.

This moves from isolated investment practices to a more holistic approach to regionally integrated mobility models, improving solutions to make last mile destinations more accessible, especially in peripheral areas.