Dubnica nad Váhom.
micro-mobility usage uptake
Helping improve city infrastructure conditions to promote micro-mobility usage.
Dubnica nad Váhom is a city in the central part of Slovakia (The Self-Governing Region of Trenčín) with a population of around 25 000 inhabitants. It is an industrial city with A class logistics facilities, located near the D1 highway. Conditions of the city are rather favourable for higher rates of active mobility and the city is currently building its first bicycle infrastructure while working on a more strategic and long-term approach to increase the bicycle modal share.
One of the challenges is to provide safe and accessible infrastructure for active mobility users living in the wider city centre, including residential buildings.
The city’s challenge is to analyse the current cycling infrastructure in the city and provide a solution for modular low-scale bicycle parking, which, if successful, could be replicated in other city areas. The city is open for sustainable solutions which could include a bicycle parking solution but also access control, payment options and usage monitoring.
Expected to-be situation
- Analysis of current active mobility infrastructure in the city
- Data driven tools that provide smart solutions for an expansion of the active mobility infrastructure
- Replicable, modular and sustainable solution that helps to increase active mobility and modal share
- Solutions for safer active mobility infrastructure
- The solution shall integrate payments, usage monitoring and access control mechanisms. Successful project will change long term habits of citizens towards active mobility and will create conditions for higher percentage of bicycle use in the city
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