Governance for new mobility services

GECKO facilitates the definition of regulatory schemes enabling the implementation of disruptive technologies and business models in transport systems


Governance for new mobility services

GECKO will provide recommendations to policy makers to enable adaptive and anticipatory regulatory schemes and governance with novel policies contributing to sustainable mobility goals


Governance for new mobility services

GECKO facilitates the introduction of disruptive technologies, services and business models





About GECKO

The overall goal of GECKO is to support authorities in developing the most appropriate regulatory framework and governance model, through guidance, recommendations and case studies, for the transition to a new mobility era of cooperative, inclusive, competitive, sustainable and interconnected mobility across all modes, through evidence-based research.

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MOMENTUM: a project on "Modelling Emerging Transport Solutions for Urban Mobility"

Disruptive technologies and emerging mobility solutions are bringing radical changes to urban mobility. Cities need new tools and methods to capture the impact…

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GECKO reviews new mobility services & technologies

GECKO has grouped new mobility services and technologies into four categories:connected, cooperative and automated mobility; infrastructure, network and traffic…

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How do authorities in Europe face disruptive technologies?

Users travel with one payment via a simple app through half of Europe, while others are being driven by their autonomous car or shot with 1000km/h through a…

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Stakeholders are key to the GECKO Project

A diversified range of stakeholders from the public and private sector have expressed interest in participating to the GECKO Stakeholder Group. Over the next…

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The European Commission launched the Connected Cooperative and Automated Mobility Platform

The inaugural meeting of the European Commission’s Connected, Cooperative and Automated Mobility (CCAM) platform was held on 25 and 26 June 2019 in Brussels.

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The role of the public sector in governing MaaS

The metropolitan transport authority association EMTA has published a paper on the governance of MaaS "A perspective on MaaS from Europe‘s Transport…

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Ghent launches the Replicator City Programme for TMaaS

Cities without an established traffic control/mobility management centre may be interested in TMaaS, developed by the Belgian city of Ghent. The essence of…

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GECKO Project is Looking for New Mobility Stakeholders

Will Mobility as a Service (MaaS) replace public transport? If not, what will the relationship be between them? What role should autonomous vehicles play in our…

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GECKO project: turning mobility disruptions into opportunities

The new EU-funded project called GECKO kicked off on 10 December in Brussels. The project investigates the regulatory and governance aspects of new disruptive…

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Graz, Austria

CIVITAS Forum 2019

The CIVITAS Forum Conference 2019 will be held in Graz, Austria, from 2-4 October 2019. The 17th  Europe's top sustainable mobility event will once again bring together the CIVITAS community from across Europe and beyond.

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