The SuMo-Rhine indicator system is published

The Municipal Information System for Sustainable Mobility (KINaMo) is now open in a beta version for all interested parties. The system, which was developed within the SuMo-Rhine project, was developed under the leadership of the Chair of Remote Sensing and Landscape Information System (FeLis) of the University of Freiburg in cooperation with the German and French partners of the SuMo-Rhine project consortium. KINaMo enables municipalities to perform a transnational, cost-effective and comparable assessment of municipal mobility systems. Decision makers will be supported in identifying potentials and decisions for sustainable mobility systems.

You can find the current beta version of KINaMo here.

A further look at and report on KINaMo can also be found at Eucor.