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FGV launches survey about mobility for European Sprout project

Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat Valenciana (FGV) has launched a survey about mobility on social media (Twitter and Facebook), websites and apps for the European Sprout (Sustainable Policy Response To Urban Mobility Transition) project to get first-hand information on the new travel patterns and user needs, as well as passengers’ opinions on intermodality issues in public transport.

FGV launches survey about mobility for European Sprout project


FGV participates in the European Sprout project, together with Valencia City Council, the Valenciaport Foundation and 26 other members, including European and non-European cities and regions, international organisations, urban transport authorities and road operators, research centres and networks and universities.

The aim of the project is to test practical solutions to mobility problems, drawn up by five European pilot cities —Valencia, Padua, Kalisz, Budapest and Tel Aviv—, and one Asian one —the Chinese Ningbo—, both in the fields of passenger and freight transport, and use this experience to build a solid orientation towards the creation of urban mobility policies.

In this way, by building on the changes taking place in urban mobility, the project aims to assess their impact at both the sustainability and policy levels; encourage innovative city-led policy responses; identify, track and deploy innovative urban mobility solutions, and to disseminate the pilot test results at local, regional, national and EU levels.



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