Urban Mobility Courses
Filling the Knowledge Gap for Mobility Professionals.
Take our free courses at your own pace.
We help Urban Mobility professionals
make our cities more liveable.
"The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago.
The second best time is now." - Chinese proverb
"The illiterate of the 21st century will not be
the ones who cannot read and write, but those who
cannot learn, unlearn and relearn." - Alvin Toffler
"Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance,
you must keep moving." - Albert Einstein
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Urban Mobility Explained

Discover the latest news on urban mobility.

E-courses

Understand urban mobility at your own pace.

Applied Learning

Overcome mobility challenges together with experts & peers.

Check out our applied programmes around Europe:

Explore the e-courses


All our courses are made by professionals from around Europe and can be accessed for free. You can also purchase the course and earn a certificate upon completion.

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Sustainable Urban Logistics

This course aims to explore supply chain management challenges and possible solutions.

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Flexible Curbside Management

This course discusses the benefits of flexible curbside management over traditional curbside management, and how to design a curbside according to users needs.

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The effects of Covid-19 on Urban Mobility

This course discusses ongoing trends and mid- to long-term effects of the pandemic in Urban Mobility and cities.

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Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) explained

What is MaaS? How it impacts the future of mobility? These are some of the questions that this course tries to answer.

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Urban Mobility: Accessibility for ALL

This course looks at tools and methods that deliver urban mobility in the context of universal design. How can we deliver urban mobility for everyone?

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Insights into gender differences in urban transport

This course allows you to better understand structural gender differences in Urban Mobility.

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Designing a Livable Neighbourhood: The Woonerf Concept

Learn about the history of the Woonerf concept, and how to design livable and accessible Dutch streets.

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Preparing for Autonomous Vehicles

This course will give you an understanding of the autonomous vehicles framework.

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Active mobility at the heart of transport modelling

In this course, we will talk about the importance of placing active mobility at the same level as motorised transport.

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Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans (SUMPs)

Understand how cities are transitioning towards Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans (SUMPs).

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Demystifying Shared Mobility

This introductory course will give you a glimpse into the shared mobility ecosystem.

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Sustainable Parking Management

This course will give you an introductory understanding of what constitutes sustainable and effective parking management in cities.

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Superblocks: rethinking cities and urban spaces for citizens

Understand how superblocks are a sustainable, cost-effective and feasible solution to mobility issues in cities.

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Planning the Streets of the Future

Reimagine (and animate!) the future of streets in your city.

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Free Visualisation Tools for Urban Mobility Planning: Intermediate

Learn how to use Sketchup and Google Earth to redesign a street in your city. Intermediate level.

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Understanding Cycling in Europe

Using cities like Amsterdam, Barcelona, Ghent, and Oslo, we take a deep dive into the history, policy, and culture of cycling in European cities.

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User Experience for Mobility and Public Space

An introduction to user experience (UX) for urban mobility. Learn to think through the perspective of the end user.

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User Experience for Inclusive Cycling in Cities

The course introduces user experience (UX) as a tool for making cycling inclusive, and gives you methods to rethink cycling infrastructure in terms of the end user.

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Free Visualisation Tools for Urban Mobility Planning: Beginners

Learn how to use Sketchup and Google Earth to redesign a street in your city. Beginners level.

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Designing the Cycling City

A practical course for transportation, design, and planning professionals with a vision for human movement on two wheels.

You can find additional courses* in collaboration with reference universities:

* Please note that you will need to sign in to a different platform to access these courses.

About

 

This project is funded by EIT Urban Mobility, an initiative of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT), a body of the European Union.

Urban Mobility Courses is a collaboration between several European and international companies and organisations: Humankind, Bicycle User Experience (BUX), Cycling Research Review, and more. 

Urban Mobility Courses (UMC) is supported by the EIT Urban Mobility, an initiative of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) to encourage positive changes in the way people move around cities in order to make them more sustainable and liveable. Within EIT Urban Mobility’s Academy, the Competence Hub provides training programmes and content for professionals working in the field of urban mobility. We leverage the expertise of EIT Urban Mobility’s unique network of 250+ European companies, research institutions, universities and cities, to identify trends and new technologies, highlight key issues or controversies, and to create innovative, practical, and impact-oriented training content.

 

For more information, please check out the Competence Hub webpage as well as our Youtube Channel Urban Mobility Explained (UMX). UMX hosts a series of short and easy-to-follow videos that showcase cutting-edge practices, inspiring projects, and innovative concepts in urban mobility throughout Europe. It has been designed to highlight thought-provoking perspectives and key competencies needed for the successful delivery of urban mobility solutions and to close the urban mobility knowledge gap.  

 

 

If you want to know more about us and/or our different training programmes/solutions, please send an email to competencehub@eiturbanmobility.eu.

What Urban Professionals Have to Say

As a trained urbanist, I chose to follow a range of EIT courses to strengthen my understanding of strategic planning instruments that may help us to strenghten the public's awareness and acceptance for a sustainability mobility transition. This course (Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans - SUMPs) provided a solid overview of the goals, legal status, implementation and barriers of SUMPs, whereby I appreciated the focus on participation as basis for its success in the long run.
This course (Designing a Livable Neighbourhood: The Woonerf Concept) is a wonderful introduction to designing livable, pedestrian-oriented street spaces. The material is presented in an extremely clear and logical way, and the course assignment forces you to apply your learning to a practical example - a place that matters to you!
An extremely relevant course (User Experience for Mobility and Public Space) which provides the right vocabulary and perspective for critically assessing and understanding the design of our mobility infrastructure & public space anywhere in the world. It is only after appreciating this perspective that we can begin to transform or disrupt these spaces for the better of all.
I have lived in cities my whole life and I see how public space has been unevenly distributed all these years, being dedicated mostly to private cars' parking and driving. I came to this course (Designing the Cycling City) looking for answers to pollution, noise and how infrastructure can play a role to make cities places that are worth living in. The course nicely guides you to make the case for better street design. I highly recommend it to any city dweller looking forward to human-centred cities.
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