The Institutional Plan for Sustainable Mobility (PIMS) seeks to make commuting more sustainable. The so-called pendulum trips (to and from work and/or study institutions) are one of the main reasons for travel. Thus it is important to promote sustainable modes for this kind of trips.
The PIMS seeks to identify and minimize barriers to the adoption of sustainable modes in institutions. It’s goal is to reduce the use of private vehicles and their impacts on emissions and congestion.
A toolkit to implement mobility plans in institutions was developed, so they can improve the quality of life of their workers or students, and enhance its positive impact on the environment.
The kit proposes a participatory methodology to achieve a solution tailored to each institution, aimed at reducing the emissions produced in routine trips to work or study, promoting the use of sustainable modes, such as public transport or active mode: walking and cycling.