DyMoN Webinar: Learnings and recommendations for sustainable mobility from the Dynamic Mobility Nudge project


February 1st 2024, 02:00-03:00 p.m.
Online via Zoom

In the final webinar, we take a step back and reflect on learnings and important messages from our project. These include insights into our proof of concept, which consisted of a field trial with situation-aware mobility nudges in Salzburg as well as a transnational hackathon in Uppsala, and what challenges and opportunities we faced: What does it take to engage the public, how can important stakeholders be involved and what factors are important for success within digital campaigns for sustainable mobility? We discuss the impact that our approach of digital nudging can have on behaviour. Finally, we present policy recommendations from our project for helping others with fostering sustainable urban mobility.

Participation is free of charge. Registration required:

Dynamic Mobility Nudge Webinar Series

DyMoN Webinar Series

DyMoN webinars for an interdisciplinary view on motivating sustainable urban mobility

Sustainable mobility matters and can have a big impact: 70% of the EU population live in cities today, and this is projected to reach almost 84% in 2050. 50 billion passengers were carried by buses, trams and metros in EU cities in 2018, saving 100 million car trips every day. 6 out of 10 people aged over 15 never or hardly ever are physically active (source of statistics), with implication for overall public health costs. Active modes, such as walking and cycling contribute not only to climate protection, but also to health preservation.

Within the project “Dynamic Mobility Nudge” (DyMoN), we bring together researchers and practitioners from different disciplines to support people in making sustainable choices when it comes to urban mobility.

Join us during upcoming webinars for an interdisciplinary view on motivating sustainable urban mobility. This webinar series will be accompanied by the handbook “Digital nudging for sustainable mobility” (free download upon publication in November 2023):

How to find us
Salzburg Research Forschungsgesellschaft
Jakob Haringer Straße 5/3
5020 Salzburg, Austria