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Here you can consult or download the final deliverables from the CREATE Project

  • WP3 D3.2 - One technical report per 'Stage 3' city: Berlin Copenhagen, London, Paris, Vienna
    Authors: Olivier Roider, Regine Gerike
    One technical report per stage 3 city (= 5 reports): These reports contain descriptive analyses done in task 3.3. The analysis will cover some standard components being the same for all stage 3 cities but also city specific analyses if special data is only available in some of the stage 3 cities. (Input from Stage 3 city partners) 
  • WP3 D3.3 - Report of cross city comparison
    Authors: Rico Wittwer & Regine Gerike
    Quantitative analysis of travel trends: Western European cross-city comparisons
  • WP4 D4.2 - Technical report for 'Stage 3' cities: Berlin
    Authors: Charlotte Halpern, Ann-Kathrin Bersch
    This report presents the main findings from Task 4.3 for the Berlin case. It explains the Shift from Stage 1 to Stage 3 by identifying up to 3 independent variables and highlighting the mechanisms that characterized this process. 
  • WP4 D4.2 - Technical report for 'Stage 3' cities: Copenhagen
    Authors: Charlotte Halpern, Alessandra Carollo
    This report presents the main findings from Task 4.3 for the Copenhagen case. It explains the Shift from Stage 1 to Stage 3 by identifying up to 3 independent variables and highlighting the mechanisms that characterized this process.
  • WP4 D4.2 - Technical report for 'Stage 3' cities: London
    Authors: Transport for London
    This report presents the main findings from Task 4.3 for the London case. It explains the Shift from Stage 1 to Stage 3 by identifying up to 3 independent variables and highlighting the mechanisms that characterized this process.
  • WP4 D4.2 - Technical report for 'Stage 3' cities: Paris & IDF
    Authors: Charlotte Halpern, Alessandro Maggioni
    This report presents the main findings from Task 4.3 for the Paris & IDF case. It explains the Shift from Stage 1 to Stage 3 by identifying up to 3 independent variables and highlighting the mechanisms that characterized this process.
  • WP4 D4.2 - Technical report for 'Stage 3' cities: Vienna
    Authors: Charlotte Halpern, Nicole Badstuber
    This report presents the main findings from Task 4.3 for the Vienna case. It explains the Shift from Stage 1 to Stage 3 by identifying up to 3 independent variables and highlighting the mechanisms that characterized this process.
  • WP4 D4.4 - Past, Present and Future mobility challenges and opportunities in Adana
    Authors: Clemence Cavoli
    Each city report is based on the combined analysis of the ‘city profile’, including quantitative and qualitative data provided by each city, and the analysis of Focus Groups conducted in each city. For each Stage 1 city, past, present and future mobility challenges and opportunities are described.
  • WP4 D4.4 - Past, Present and Future mobility challenges and opportunities in Amman
    Authors: Clemence Cavoli
    Each city report is based on the combined analysis of the ‘city profile’, including quantitative and qualitative data provided by each city, and the analysis of Focus Groups conducted in each city. For each Stage 1 city, past, present and future mobility challenges and opportunities are described.
  • WP4 D4.4 - Past, Present and Future mobility challenges and opportunities in Bucharest
    Authors: Clemence Cavoli
    Each city report is based on the combined analysis of the ‘city profile’, including quantitative and qualitative data provided by each city, and the analysis of Focus Groups conducted in each city. For each Stage 1 city, past, present and future mobility challenges and opportunities are described.
  • WP4 D4.4 - Past, Present and Future mobility challenges and opportunities in Skopje
    Authors: Clemence Cavoli
    Each city report is based on the combined analysis of the ‘city profile’, including quantitative and qualitative data provided by each city, and the analysis of Focus Groups conducted in each city. For each Stage 1 city, past, present and future mobility challenges and opportunities are described.
  • WP4 D4.4 - Past, Present and Future mobility challenges and opportunities in Tallinn
    Authors: Clemence Cavoli
    Each city report is based on the combined analysis of the ‘city profile’, including quantitative and qualitative data provided by each city, and the analysis of Focus Groups conducted in each city. For each Stage 1 city, past, present and future mobility challenges and opportunities are described.
  • WP7 D7.5 - Project summary and recommendations for cities
    Authors: Peter Jones (with inputs from Paulo Anciaes, Charles Buckingham, Clemence Cavoli, Tom Cohen, Lucia Cristea, Regine Gerike, Charlotte Halpern and Laurie Pickup)
    A city’s introduction to CREATE: (Glossy illustrated document to support the guidelines)