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A Mobility Management Plan for the National University of Ireland, Galway. A leading independent multi-disciplinary practice Aim is to find long-term solutions Integrated approach Over 200 staff; offices in the UK and Ireland S tudy team based in Galway and Bristol. NUIG.

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A Mobility Management Plan for the

National University of Ireland, Galway

About the company


About the Company

Our track record

Mobility Management Planning Group

Extensive Experience:

  • Employment

  • Education

  • Residential

  • Leisure

    Higher Education:

  • University of Glamorgan

  • Heriott-Watt University

  • Stirling University

  • Winner of Welsh National Transport Award 2004

Our Track Record

Strategic planning at nuig

Nuig Expansion

  • Efficient site utilisation

  • Ensure maximum return

    for investment

  • Prepare for future growth

  • Planning consents

    Planning for Growth

  • University Masterplan

  • Mobility Management Strategy

    • Mobility Management Plan

    • Parking Management Policy

Queen Elizabeth Park

Strategic Planning at NUIG

Peer review

United Kingdom

  • Extensive uptake

  • Demonstrable best practice

    • University of Bristol

    • University of Glamorgan

    • University of East Anglia


  • Widespread uptake

  • Established practice

Glamorgan Bus Service

Peer Review

For nuig

What is Mobility Management?

  • Management Tool

  • Safeguarding Access

  • Maximise On-Site Resources

  • Minimise Impact on

    Local Network

  • Engage With Stakeholders

  • Partnership Working

Queen Elizabeth Park


Outline objectives for nuig


Outline Objectives for NUIG

Initiating mobility management at nuig

  • Identify Opportunities staff /students to the NUIG;

    • Site Assessment

    • Existing transport infrastructure

  • Marketing and Awareness

    • Promotional Strategy

  • Engaging Stakeholders

    • Reference Group

    • University Community

    • Wider Galway ‘Community’

    • User Groups

Public Consultation

Initiating Mobility Management at NUIG

Marketing and data collection

Mobility Management ‘Roadshows’ staff /students to the NUIG;

  • First stage of awareness raising

  • Engage stakeholders

  • Provide information

  • Tackle prejudice and misinformation

  • ‘Prime’ audience for further stages, including travel surveys

  • Involve User Groups


Marketing and Data Collection

Data collation and analysis

  • Travel Surveys staff /students to the NUIG;

    • Staff (and Student) body

    • Attitudinal and qualitative data collection

    • Electronic delivery and response

  • Traffic and Parking Surveys

    • Multi-modal access counts

    • Parking supply and demand

  • Analysis

    • Questionnaire data

    • Home address and accessibility assessment

Data Collation and Analysis

Identifying a mobility management strategy

  • Synthesise Thinking Into Draft Plan staff /students to the NUIG;

    • Report on Data Collected and Analysis

    • Devise Objectives and Targets

    • Mobility Management Plan Strategy

      • Management and Resourcing

      • Marketing and Promotion

    • Measures

    • Implementation Programme

      (Phased with University Masterplan and Parking Policy)

    • Monitoring Strategy

  • Stakeholder Consultation


Identifying a Mobility Management Strategy

Parking management policy

  • Compliments Mobility Management Plan staff /students to the NUIG;

  • Coherent vision for parking resource

  • Key aspect of successful demand management

  • Phased strategy to reflect University Masterplan


Parking Management Policy

Work schedule
Work Schedule staff /students to the NUIG;


  • The plan will seek to reduce car reliance – it will not be anti-car.

  • Mobility Management Plans are effective - an average 18% reduction in single occupancy vehicles is recorded in UK and Europe.

  • Mobility Management Plans make commercial sense – a cohesive strategy that encompass all elements of access, travel and parking.

  • Effective consultation allows staff input to designing the right solutions.