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MOG – Good Practices

Good Practices identified within the project

51 successful initiatives in greening or improving mobility in rural areas (good practices) have been assembled by the Move on Green partnership. Each one has been described in a template summarizing most of the key issues characterising it and some of them have been presented during project meetings.

Our good practices are clustered into 9 different types depending on their main objectives (but this does not mean that some good practices cannot be included in several categories).

Please find the individual good practices below.

Combination of different types of services for cost reduction

Car-sharing, car-pooling & other “sharing” formulas

Cycling promotion: traditional & electric

Energy efficiency & environmental friendly attitudes to mobility

Dedicated mobility initiatives

– Social

– Leisure

– Tourism

Governance and/or Coordination in the mobility field

Transport on demand in rural areas

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