SMARTA-NET will produce the following practical tools:

To help rural places to gain knowledge and a realistic overview of the characteristics and the tourist mobility in their own region, our partner NIT has developed a self-check tool on sustainable tourist mobility for rural regions. Analysing the situation in your own area will help you to move forward on the way to a more sustainable tourism mobility – because it is easier to head in the right direction, if you know where you come from. 

Self-Check on sustainable tourist mobility for rural regions

Our partner TIS prepared knowledge maps consisting of interactive visual models that assist users in accessing a range of information required for planning rural mobility. The maps allows us to identify the extent to which the rural mobility dimension could be integrated into SUMP design through benchmarking different SUMP implementations across Europe. This benchmarking provides insights about the way interconnections between cities and countryside were addressed in different local contexts.

Knowledge maps