​Improving Connectivity and Mobility Access (ICMA)

Providing attractive and effective alternatives to using the private car for the 'first and last miles' of journeys is one of the keys to unlocking a mobilife in Northwest Europe.

Transport for Greater Manchester is the Lead Partner in the ICMA Project, working with:

  • University of Aberdeen (UK),

  • traffiQ (Germany),

  • Stad Genk (Belgium),

  • Rundum Mobil (Switzerland),

  • Offenbach (Germany),

  • Pirmasens (Germany),

  • Strathclyde Partnership for Transport (UK),

  • Gemeente Dordrecht (Netherlands),

  • Pays de la Loire (France)

  • CEPS/Instead (Luxembourg).

In this EU-funded Interreg IVB project, the partners from the 7 North-West European countries are creating a Competence Hub for sharing and transferring innovative and sustainable approaches to meet this challenge.

We will focus on the social, economic, technological and organisational aspects of this challenge, and the best use of existing resources and infrastructure, to:

  • provide and test missing links in mobility chains

  • improve public transport information, booking options and connections

  • improve the scheduling and delivery of door to door transport

  • provide mobility training for people using different modes.

Keep checking back to this website as the project initiatives appear online. 


 

Launched April 2009

Link to ICMA in Stockport 
 
Link to INTERREG IVB North-West Europe 
Link to amobilife 
 
Documents & Newsletters
 

Description: Bridging the Mobillity Gap for a Mobilife
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Filename: Newsletter_3.pdf  
 

 

Description: Bridging the Mobillity Gap for a Mobilife
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Filename: Newsletter2_12JUN09.pdf
 
 
 
 
Description: Bridging the Mobillity Gap for a Mobilife
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Filename: Newsletter1_12JUN09.pdf
 
 
 
Description: Bridging the Mobillity Gap for the, First And Last Mile
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Filename: Sourcebook_JUL10.pdf
 
 
 
 
Contact stuart.murray@tfgm.com for more information.