Approach
Exploratory Phase

Workshops and survey

200 people met and heard

Between September 2016 and January 2017, Brussels Mobility organised bilateral meetings, online surveys and workshops led by the consultancy firms responsible for drawing up the new Regional Mobility Plan. Nearly 200 people’s views were heard during this exploratory phase of Good Move, based on the identification of positive projects and good practices.

Good Move has got going

From the development of Molenbeek-Saint-Jean’s municipal square to the extension of the tram 94 line to the Woluwe valley via free-floating car-sharing and the Urban Distribution Centre, the participants identified innovations that they believe to be successful. They then formulated content-related and methodological recommendations for the future Regional Mobility Plan. These represent the foundations of Good Move.

Workshop of Brussels Mobility

Workshop of Brussels Mobility

Workshop of Municipalities

Workshop of BECI

Workshop of Region Commission for Mobility

Workshop of Region Commission for Mobility

Workshop of STIB

Workshop of Administrations

Enquête auprès des associations

Enquête auprès des associations

Analyses and benchmarking

Studies and summary

Mobility in the Brussels-Capital Region has been the subject of numerous studies and plans, all of which are resources for the development of a diagnosis. During the exploratory phase of Good Move, the consortium responsible for drawing up the future Regional Mobility Plan produced a summary of these various plans and reference studies in order to extract relevant information from them as input for shared diagnosis of mobility.

All analyses will be available (in FR) in the Resources tab.

Six inspiring cities

In order to learn lessons from experiments carried out in other comparable agglomerations, the approach of six particularly innovative cities that have implemented a global mobility approach as part of an urban quality project was analysed: Barcelona, Bordeaux, Copenhagen, Geneva, Helsinki and Munich.
Comparable in terms of size with Brussels, these cities are also major administrative centres and/or home to numerous companies and institutions. They were studied in order to identify what their mobility plans propose in terms of doing more, doing less, doing better, doing differently or doing anew…

All benchmark analyses are available (in FR) in the Resources tab.

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