This report presents the key findings from the SMARTA analysis of Good Practices (GPs) in rural mobility. It highlights the key features, lessons learnt and transferability issues of the GPs, as well as the success factors and the weaknesses. The report opens with an introduction to the topic, describing the main categories of GPs that have been analysed. Afterwards, a dedicated focus is provided to i) community-based solutions, particularly relevant for rural mobility, ii) funding and implementation challenges of rural good practices and iii) innovation aspects.
The report aims to be an interesting reference for Authorities, Mobility and Public transport operators, Local administrations and other stakeholders that would like to understand the possible transport solutions for improving rural mobility in specific contexts, their implementation challenges and the success factors and possible barriers.