Type de Document
  • Rapport (2)
Centre de Recherche
  • Centre d'études européennes et de politique comparée (2)
Discipline
  • Science politique (2)
Langue
  • Anglais (2)
Projet
  • MORE (2)
Publié en 2019-06
MCARTHUR Jenny
THIJS Juliette
DUMITRESCU Doina
ZAGAN Lucian
CRISTEA Lucia
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This report constitutes the first WP2 deliverable. It examines how road space allocation is addressed across different urban contexts an urban governance and a public policy perspective. It contributes to the understanding of transition management in the transport policy domain, from a car-oriented transport policy perspective towards the development of new policy approaches, such as one favouring sustainable mobility and over the recent period, place-making. The report includes an up-to-date analysis of major institutional, organizational and political factors shaping the design and implementation of urban road space allocation strategies across the five cities: London, Constanta, Malmö, Lisbon and Budapest.

This report provides an overview of existing institutional, organizational and political responsibilities in allocating road space across five cities in Europe. It accounts for the main barriers and opportunities faced by local authorities in addressing new demands. It lays the groundwork for a more systematic analysis of the politics of road space allocation. A brief description of the MORE project is introduced in the following paragraphs, followed by a presentation of this report’s main objectives.