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Final Conference CiteAir II Rome 24th June 2011. The policies for urban sustainable mobility and the evaluation of environmental benefits . Arch. Giovanna Rossi Direction for the Sustainable Development, Climate and Energy Ministry of Environment, Land Protection and Sea.
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Rome 24th June 2011
The policies for urban sustainable mobility and
the evaluation of environmental benefits
Arch. Giovanna Rossi
Direction for the Sustainable Development, Climate and Energy
Ministry of Environment, Land Protection and Sea
In 2010 the Ministry of Environment has defined a proposal of priorities for sustainable mobility in Italy, made by the following measures:
From 2007 to 2010 the Ministry of Environment has funded 187 projects of 106 munipalities for a total of 200 millions of Euro, on specific measures of sustainable mobility, as:
187 projects funded (70% of total eligible costs), started beginning from 2008 to 2010, average term for each project is 36 months, the conclusion of the entire programme is expected by 2014
For each project the municipality co-funded has indicated the expected benefits in terms of reductions of air pollution for the following pollutants: CO, NOx, PM10, VOC, CO2.
The municipalities have indicated the methods to estimate the reduction of air pollution through specific indicators, each estimate has been expressed in terms of Kg of pollutant reduced / year
Analysis fulfilled from MATTM: Distribution of co-funded projects for measure, and identifying of relevant environmental indicators for each measure, on the basis of information indicated by municipalities
In general, for each project have been identified:
Some data that need for the elaboration of indicators:
MATTM is elaborating a survey, oriented to the municipalities cofunded with Fund for the Sustainable Mobility, to know the state of the art of mobility urban planning in the municipalities and general information about the mobility system in the specific cities.
The survey is made by the following sections: general data about population and municipal area, mobility urban planning, information about performance of urban public transport, policies to limit the vehicular circulation in central areas (LTZ), planning of intermodal parking areas, cycle paths, information about injuries in urban area
At first analysis, the check of impacts of urban sustainable mobility policies need two levels of evaluation:
In particular, this second one analysis is important to support the evaluation of the efficacy of the use of financial resources allocated to a specific measure (and related projects) of urban sustainable mobility
Teamwork made by Ministry of Environment, Ministry of Transport, Ministry of Interior, National Association of Municipalities and Local Authorities, with the following goals: