Preliminary results of the surveys show that overall 76% identify the car as one option to get to University (both as drivers or passengers), 32% use also the bus and 22% sometimes walk. This survey recognizes the diversity of mobility by different users and questions the variety of modes used. Results are not surprising however it is evident that a limited range of mobility alternatives are available and employed by students and staff at the University for their travel needs. This is especially true for motorcycle and bicycle use (both mentioned by only 3% and 4% of the population respectively).
The trans-national working group is currently elaborating a common methodology for the Action Plan taking into account the survey results. This outcome will be reviewed with the participation of the Local Working Group and the Action Plan will be implemented and monitored during the next academic year, in order to improve and adjust the methodology.