The Metropolitan City of Capital Rome is currently working on its strategic plan for sustainable mobility through its adoption of the Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (SUMP). Through the ICC, the Metropolitan City of Capital Rome will implement the ‘Biovie’ project which is a model of sustainable mobility in Castelli Romani. The Biovie project aims to contribute to the implementation-testing of SUMP strategies by dedicating the strategic territorial area of Castelli Romani as a pilot area from a mobility system perspective: The municipalities of Albano Laziale, Marino, Ciampino, Grottaferrrata and the municipalities VI and VII of Capital Rome will also be involved.

The targeted area of this expands 239,11 sq km (4.1% of the Metropolitan territory) and has a high degree of urbanization, with a resident population of 710,231 inhabitants (representing 16.4% of the Metropolitan area’s population).

Working on the basis of a pilot project aimed at creating a Mobility Hub and a ""Bicipolitana"" in the targeted area,  the ‘Biovie project’ will define guidelines to create a network of mobility hubs in different areas of the Roman metropolitan area. These shall enable and promote small-scale multimodality and sustainable modes of transport.

Schools in the territory, alongside other local stakeholders, will be key actors in the planning process in order to satisfy the mobility demand of students, workers and tourists.

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Jyväskylä
Jyväskylä
Finland
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Trikala
Trikala
Greece
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Karlskrona
Karlskrona
Sweden
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Poznań
Poznań
Poland
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Valongo
Valongo
Portugal
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Haskovo
Haskovo
Bulgaria
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Cork
Cork
Ireland
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Iași
Iași
Romania
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L'Aquila
L’Aquila
Italy
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Terrassa
Terrassa
Spain
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Sarajevo
Sarajevo
Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Métropole Européenne de Lille
Métropole Européenne de Lille
France