CLUSTER AIM

The Mobility of the Future cluster – moviTUR is formed by 8 R&D&I structures working on transport and mobility from the following UPM research and doctorate areas:


 

moviTUR and UPM are committed to respond to Sustainable Development Goals offering integrated plans for transport and mobility networks with a holistic approach and oriented towards the SDG – Horizon 2030 to contribute in the following goals:


 

COVID-19 RESEARCH

moviTUR membres are currently developing COVID-19 related research. You can find it here:


 

RECENT NEWS

“A LA UNIVERSIDAD EN BICI”

Con motivo de la Semana Europea de la Movilidad (16-21 de septiembre), el Consorcio de Ciudad Universitaria, la UPM, la UCM, la UNED, el Ayuntamiento de Madrid y BiciMad, organizaron un conjunto de itinerarios circulares en bicicleta bajo la iniciativa “A la universidad en bici”. Por parte de la UPM, MoviTUR (Andrés Monzón y Almudena […]

The city turned off: Urban Dynamics during the COVID-19 pandemic based on mobile phone data

Applied Geography (ELSEVIER) published this article in July 28, 2021, written by Gustavo Romanillos (Universidad Complutense de Madrid), Juan Carlos García Palomares (Universidad Complutense de Madrid), Borja Moya Gomez (Transyt research group, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid), Javier Gutiérrez (Universidad Complutense de Madrid), Javier Torres (Nommon Solutions and Technologies), Mario López (Nommon Solutions and Technologies), Oliva […]

Impact of COVID-19 on Public and Private Mobility in Fuenlabrada

This research was carried out and written by Ana Belén Rodríguez González, Mark Richard Wilby, Juan José Vinagre Díaz and Rubén Fernández Pozo from the GB2S-Grupo de Biometría, Bioseñales, Seguridad y Smart Mobility research group. Background COVID-19 has dramatically struck each section of our society: health, employment, economy and mobility. This analysis quantifies the impact […]

Insights into the Impact of Covid-19 on Madrid’s Public Transport: Analysis of Demand and Influence of Socioeconomic Factors

This research was carried out and written by Rubén Fernández Pozo, Mark Richard Wilby, Juan José Vinagre Díaz and Ana Belén Rodríguez González from the GB2S-Grupo de Biometría, Bioseñales, Seguridad y Smart Mobility research group. Background COVID-19 is changing the travel behavior and disrupting the public transport demand throughout the world. We present a data-driven […]

Forum for the transfer of Knowledge and Technology of the Polytechnic University of Madrid:

15-Minute City and HealthOpportunities relating Accessibility Planning & Healthy Cities in the AUE The Knowledge and Technology Transfer Forum organized by members of the Department of Urbanism and Spatial Planning (DUyOT) of the Polytechnic University of Madrid with the sponsorship of the Ministry of Transport, Sustainable Mobility and Urban Agenda (MITMA) and the Spanish Association […]