This self-check was developed to help rural places to gain knowledge and a realistic overview of the characteristics and the tourist mobility in their own region. Analysing the situation in your own area will help you to move forward on the way to a more sustainable tourism mobility – because it is easier to head in the right direction, if you know where you come from. After completing the self-assessment, you will also see which fields of action there are in order to be able to define measures that lead to more sustainable tourist mobility.
By sustainable mobility, we mean spatially, temporally and financially attractive means of transport for tourists and day trippers, whose negative effects on the environment and people (CO2-emissions, resource consumption, exhaust gases, noise, traffic jams, etc.) are as low as possible.
You do not have to fill out the questionnaire completely yourself, but you can ask stakeholders in your region or municipality for support. So, if there are any questions which you can’t answer, just leave them out and try to find someone else who is more comfortable with it. The answers can be saved, so the self-check can also be interrupted and continued later. Networking is very important for rural tourist mobility; it helps to get the relevant actors on board from the beginning!
Your Input will be used to analyse how regions in Europe perform in relations to sustainable mobility. Additionally, your are welcome to save your entries by printing a pdf-document (at the end of the survey) and use it for your own work.
If you are more into a shorter version of the self-check, please click HERE.
In case of any questions, please contact Bente Grimm via firstname.lastname@example.org or +49 431 666 567 18