How can we drive EU mobility to 2040: Policy recommendations from the GECKO project
As one of the main outcomes of the GECKO project, policy recommendations will soon be made public. The document summarizes lessons learned on how to enable adaptive and anticipatory regulatory schemes and governance with novel policies. The regulation of future mobility for passenger and freight should include the following recommendations.
The GECKO policy recommendations inform policy makers and authorities on regulatory methods available to deal with new mobility services. Policy makers are encouraged to establish a common framework for governing mobility innovations facilitate cross-industry collaborations and support business model innovations, by developing a platform where exchanges of knowledge and technological resource can foster. A collaboration among the public and private parties is also essential for more integrated and efficient urban transport systems. A great potential for the improvement of the transport domain lies in data and analytics. Several challenges may arise on the management of data such as legal ambiguities of data ownership and privacy and protection, which could be tackled by concrete strategies adopted by the EU. Environmental sustainability of new services should be ensured by setting up standardized procedures and enable new forms of contracts.
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