SMARTA-NET is producing a set of structured Guidance documents, the basis for training and capacity building activities. For now, we introduce you to these Guidance documents. We will update this page as more detail is available about each Guidance, and then add links to Guidelines as they are released. 

SMARTA-NET Guidance Documents

This Guidance aims to share knowledge and practical experiences of target mobility solutions that have been successfully implemented in different EU territories. The Guidance will include key information about the financial and operational aspects for the long-term sustainability of the identified good practices and the success factors and transferability potential of target solutions. It will be released in Q1/2024.

Guidance on the assessment of Good Practices and Durable Solutions in rural mobility

The purpose of the Guidance is to inform users how to connect tourist destinations to resilient sustainable mobility networks and to adapt mobility offers to tourists needs, in terms of time scheduling and frequencies, coherence and information, purchase of tickets, etc. The Guidance will give good practice examples of inspiring and sustainable touristic mobility offers and provides advice on how to implement sustainable mobility solutions in rural tourism communities. It will be released in Q1/2024.

Guidance on Sustainable Mobility in rural tourism communities

The main objective of the Guidance is to help to integrate the rural dimension into existing SUMP guidelines: i) Learning how to mainstream rural mobility aspects along all phases of SUMP design so as to enhance territorial cohesion; ii) Extending the typical catchment area of SUMPs in order to ´leave no one behind´; iii) Addressing concerns about the surrounding rural communities and the tourist flows between urban and rural sites. It will be released in Q2/2024

Guidance on the integration of rural dimension into Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (SUMP) guides

The Guidance aims to provide clear information on funding sources, investments and business model and financing options for sustainable shared mobility. The Guidance will also include an assessment of the integration issues between shared modes and public transport services, and the analysis of the revenue-earning potential of rural mobility solutions. A focus will also be made on the evaluation of the sufficiency and durability of observed financing arrangements. It will be released in Q3/2024

Guidance on the identification and access to financing sources for sustainable mobility solutions