CITY LIVEABILITY BY REDESIGN

CITY LIVEABILITY BY REDESIGN

SET aims to inspire, inform and share knowledge of Street experiments
as cities across the globe witness an increased need for innovative
use of our public space and streets.

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The S.E.T. project is the continuation and upgrade of the Transition Experiments Open Online Expert Tool (TEOOET), which was developed under the City Liveability by Redesign (CLEAR) EIT Urban Mobility project, offering a free, open-access and worldwide street experiments collection. 

The S.E.T. platform offers a collection of Resources for implementing and supporting street experiments. As well as a special section of COVID-19 devoted to the best practices of street experiments that offered solutions and strategies for cities to respond to the current pandemic and a SET Guidelines Kit that provides insights and considerations on creating impactful street experiments with long-term effects.

 

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WHAT'S COMING UP NEXT?                                                                                                           

SET CONSULT SERVICES

SET will offer personalized services helping you to understand transition experiments, developing tailor-made solutions which adapt to the local context and implementing successful solutions to create impact and aim for long-term change in your city! 

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This project is funded by EIT Urban Mobility, an initiative of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT). EIT Urban Mobility acts to accelerate positive change on mobility to make urban spaces more liveable.
Learn more: eiturbanmobility.eu.

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CLEAR focuses on street experiments as a transformative tool to create more sustainable cities. As a result, CLEAR explored ways to make streets places for people, rather than just traffic channels. Several academic institutions, professionals (UNStudio), and the cities of Milan, Amsterdam, and Munich have participated in the CLEAR consortium, implementing, monitoring, and analyzing urban street experiments.

PARTNERS

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PARTNERS

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