DyMoN (Dynamic Mobility Nudge) will provide a solid conceptual and empirical understanding of the potential of combining real-time, user generated and publicly available environmental and transport data with nudging methods for promoting behavior change in sustainable urban mobility.

The project will investigate and test how to design effective, data-driven, digital nudging methods in cities for encouraging use of sustainable mobility modes. The DyMoN framework will be co-created with city stakeholders, citizens and researchers and demonstrated in two cities (Salzburg and Uppsala) to advance scientific knowledge and to provide guidance for other cities through a toolbox, virtual workshops and policy briefings.

Results from DyMoN help cities shift mobility behaviour through digital nudging – lessons from a year into the project

May 30th, 2022 – European cities are undergoing complex journeys towards more sustainable mobility systems, driven by social, environmental, and political factors. Since 2021, six project partners from Austria, Germany and Sweden have set the common goal of advancing research, supporting cities and their sustainable mobility goals. The transnational project, Dynamic Mobility Nudge (DyMoN), aims at gaining a better understanding about digital, data-based nudging and its role in supporting the shift to sustainable mobility behaviour.

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Duration: 2021-2024
Contact: Dr. Claudia Luger-Bazinger, Salzburg Research Forschungsgesellschaft mbH
E-mail: claudia.luger-bazinger@salzburgresearch.at
Budget: €1.137.154
Partners: Ecollective – Sustainability InnoCenter – Salzburg Research Forschungsgesellschaft – Stadt Salzburg – University of Salzburg – Uppsala University – Trafficon GmbH




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