In the last 25 years Bilbao has suffered an important urban transformation from an industrial economy with heavy industry and harbour facilities to a city based on a service economy.
Mobility policy needs to include citizens - after all, we are all experts on the way we move about in our daily lives.
The Urbanite project will provide technical support to decision-makers in the domain of urban mobility. This support takes the form of predictive models constructed by specialized AI algorithms.
Due to digitalization, there is a growing number of traffic and mobility data available for the cities to use world-wide. It is usually in the interest of cities to take control over this data.
In the context of URBANITE, we are currently performing a survey of existing methods for data modelling and visualizations that could apply to the urban mobility planning domain.
As reported in “eGovernment Benchmark 2016. A turning point for eGovernment development in Europe?”,
Urban mobility faces more significant long-term uncertainty and complexity generated by two main factors: the demand for growth in urban environments, the pressure