Streets as ecosystems

Changing the way we view and use road space

What is MORE?

Corridor roads are under pressure. As the population and economy grow, mobility levels increase. Meanwhile, the demand for transport becomes increasingly diverse. These factors put the reliability of the network at risk both for passengers and freight, and call for a more efficient use of road space.

MORE will develop design concepts that encourage street activity and reduce traffic dominance by considering the needs of all road users.

MORE will explore experimental options such as flexible use of kerb space and dynamic allocation of road space to accommodate different functions.

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Latest news and events

Tweets @H2020_MORE
3 weeks ago
"We are trained to believe that we can predict the future and that the future will largely resemble the past. COVID-19 tells us that this does not work."

Check out the article by @UCLTI's Tom Cohen on scenario-based planning 👇

https://t.co/mPX8nk6pwn
1 month ago
The @DubCityCouncil is collecting citizens' requests for road space reallocation via a webform 👇 https://t.co/43pPyT7YzM
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Dublin Cycling 🚲 @dublincycling
If you've had difficulties trying to physically distance due to narrow footpaths or cycle lanes, please contact @DubCityCouncil via the webform below and ask for road space to be reallocated to walking & cycling.
Please be as specific as possible:
https://t.co/gBXRDw1zpY https://t.co/rWvW6CnfKo

Pilot Cities

MORE will implement and test tools for roadspace design in five urban nodes of the Trans European Transport Network (TEN-T): Budapest, Constanța, Lisbon, London, and Malmö.

Explore our pilot cities