Knowledge Dissemination on Urban Mobility at the Faculty of Architecture in Belgrade
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This paper explores and discuses new knowledge from the comparison of European concepts on integrated urban mobility and findings in Serbian context and its applicability in the future urban development and mobility education and practice in Serbia. The initial framework for dissemination of knowledge was found within FP6 EU funded project ‘Sustainable Surface Transport’ that lasted from 2006 till 2010 in which the Faculty of Architecture Belgrade University participated as one of the partners with authors of this paper as coordinators of cooperation. Since then, we have developed new teaching concepts, methods and skills on the course ‘’Mobility in City’’ at the Faculty. In that way, we were disseminating knowledge on sustainable urban transport and mobility among students, and to public officials from local and national government. Furthermore, we have recently continued to research impacts of urban mobility and land use patterns in relation to the climate change adaptation tools ...within scientific project from 2011 and included those findings into the education process at the same course ‘’Mobility in City’’. As a result of the education process we have disseminated knowledge on sustainable urban transport and mobility in Serbia trough promotion of European local transportation information system web site (ELTIS) on seminars and round tables; translated more than 120 English case studies to Serbian and two guide books: Making Campaigning for Smarter Choices Work’ & ‘Mobility Management and Travel Awareness’; and researched and posted 14 Serbian case studies in English on mobility issues accessible on the ELTIS web site.
Keywords:sustainable development / knowledge dissemination / mobility management
Source:Proceedings [Elektronski izvor] / International Conference Sustainable & Tansport Planning - SUTP 2013, Belgrade, 16th and 17th May 2013, 2013, 219-234
- Belgrade : United Nations Development Programme Serbian (UNDP)
- Spatial, environmental, energy and social aspects of developing settlements and climate change - mutual impacts (RS-36035)