This paper presents the LOOPER participatory co-creation methodology and online platform bringing together citizens, stakeholders and policy-makers to iteratively learn how to address urban challenges (road safety, traffic calming, air and noise pollution). The platform enables transport planners to initiate bottom-up planning and design of new transport interventions. The process starts with the identification of the problem using participatory sensing (carrying out measurements with the citizens), co-design of the solutions, co-evaluation using the multi-actor multi-criteria analysis methodology and then co-implementing the solutions together with the citizens. In this paper, paper we propose participatory tools and methods that can be applied in participatory transport planning in order to identify the problems (participatory sensing), to collect ideas and solutions (online and off-line co-design) and evaluate the solutions (multi-actor multi-criteria analysis).
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationKözlekedéstudományi Konferencia Győr
Subtitle of host publicationA jövő kihívásai: Alternatív - Autonóm - Kooperatív - Komparativ Mobilitás
Place of PublicationGyőr
PublisherHungarian Scientific Association for Transport
Pages559-565
Number of pages7
ISBN (Electronic)9789638121868
ISBN (Print)9789638121851
Publication statusPublished - Mar 2019
EventConference on Transport Sciences: Challenges of the future: Alternative - Autonomous - Cooperative - Comparative Mobility - Gyor, Hungary
Duration: 21 Mar 201922 Mar 2019

Conference

ConferenceConference on Transport Sciences
CountryHungary
CityGyor
Period21/03/1922/03/19

    Research areas

  • Co-creation, Co-design, Multi Actor Multi Criteria Analysis, Transport planning, Mobility

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