Main aims of the measure is improvement of quality of public transport, increased standard of travel by public transport and thus environmental improvement.
The aim of the measure is to install innovative bike carrying facilities on twelve buses. It is expected to achieve a 20% increase of public transport use on these bus lines in the months from April to October.
Integrated ticketing and tariffs are only available within the city area. There is no integrated ticketing between railway and other transport modes available.
Krakow considers a car sharing system as a promising option for transport demand management in order to reduce the negative impacts of private traffic.
Initial implementation will be made within the city centre on the main square area.
The Krakow Mobility Forum, under the lead of the Mayor of Krakow, will be the first official platform to test better communication in process of transport system development.
The purpose of an integrated mobility plan for the Technical University of Krakow is change of employees and students mobility behaviours towards sustainable transport modes and reduction in parking problems in the area of University campus.
There is a system dealing with data collection about road incidents and accidents which helps to define potential risks and how to improve road infrastructure.
Actions planned in CIVITAS-CARAVEL are the development of a Internet information about public transport timetables with a module for interchange at transfer points.
Krakow perceives the necessity to introduce a high standard priority system in urban public transport.