SUMMALab

SUMMALab develops methods on short- and long-term business models, technical scalability and mobility and economic impacts.

Theme:
Less disruption
Contact:
Joop Veenis
Partners:
NWO, SIA en het ministerie van I&W, gemeenten Amsterdam, Rotterdam Delft en Den Haag, metropoolregio Amsterdam, Provincie Noord-Holland, AMS, We-allWheel, TU Delft

What we do

Urbanization and the growing traffic conjestion forces cities to experiment with innovative solutions to transport more people and goods with fewer modes of transport, lower emissions, and less use of space. Many separate experiments have been launched in recent years. SUMMALab (Smart Urban Mobility Meta Lab) connects these experiments. In this way, regions can learn from each other and we can scale up promising solutions faster.

Why we do this

SUMMALab develops methods on short- and long-term business models, technical scalability and mobility and economic impacts. These methods help to support and switch experiments. In addition, SUMMALab develops transport models that provide insight into the effectiveness of innovative solutions when they are used in combination, on a larger scale and in larger areas.

SUMMALab focuses on:
* First- and last-mile solutions
* Door-to-door solutions
* Urban built infrastructure

The result

We handle knowledge dissemination and valorisation for SUMMALab. For this purpose, we set up a website, where we share information about the project. Furthermore, we deploy digital channels to share knowledge and contribute to various consultations, both internal and external.

Do you want to know more? Read our other projects here

knowledge and advice

Mobility analysis Kooiplein in Castricum

Client: Smit's bouwbedrijf SBB, Biesterbos Group
Two new residential blocks are being built at Kooiplein in Castricum. This also affects mobility needs. Read how we made the mobility analysis here!
Program management

Zero emission zone Delft

Client: Gemeente Delft
To our great pride, we were asked to assist in a project in our own hometown of Delft. Gradually, the municipality is introducing zero-emission zones. As a so-called 'friendly co-pilot', we assisted in this.
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