TUMIVolt will support the City of Lviv in developing an integrated E-Mobility Plan to support the city’s vision of reducing the air and noise pollution in the city by 20% and increasing the use of electric public transport by 40 % by 2025.
The city of Lviv in Ukraine is located in the Western part of the country, close to the border with Poland. Lviv’s city structure is typical of European cities. It is more or less compact and dense, with a radial structure and a clear organization and hierarchy of streets, well-distributed functions and mostly self-sufficient neighbourhoods.
The agglomeration of Lviv has up to 1 million inhabitants (including 725 thousand of Lviv residents). According to the data of mobile operators, 150,000 residents from other settlements commute to and from Lviv on a daily basis. Public transport is the main type of transportation in Lviv. Over 50% of residents use it on a daily basis. While many trips in the city are undertaken by Marshrutkas (Minibusses) the city also operates Tram lines and Trolleybusses.
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COVID-19 changed people’s daily life. These changes have also influenced the mobility behavior of citizens: from daily routes to traveling outside their community. The Municipal Institution "City Institute" together with the working group of Lviv's Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (SUTP) conducted a mobility research (Sociological Survey and Modal Split) funded by the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH during the cold season of Lviv in 2021.
TUMIVolt and the City of Lviv were partnering up with Shared Mobility Rocks, the annual international symposium on shared mobility organised by the Belgian organisations Autodelen.net and Taxistop.
TUMIVolt and the City of Lviv hosted the session 'SUMP of Lviv. Urban transformation'
During 24 hours Autodelen.net and Taxistop locked themselves up in a Belgian studio from where they virtually traveled across the globe. 12 inspiring sessions took place in 10 different international studios in Ghent (Belgium), Brussels (Belgium), Leeds (UK), Lima (Peru,) Chicago (US), Melbourne (Australia), Phnom Penh (Cambodia), Tokyo (Japan), Kampala (Uganda) and Lviv (Ukraine).
More info: www.shared-mobility.rocks/
We are pleased that our TUMIVolt partner city Lviv, Ukraine was presented with the Honorable Mention at the 2021 Sustainable Transport Award Ceremony in February.
Read details on Lviv's achievements here: Lviv STA Award 2021