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We are hiring!

  • 28 August 2023
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Milan, August 2023

Job profile: sustainable urban mobility policy analyst

We aim to recruit a senior/intermediate consultant with expertise in sustainable urban mobility policies to reinforce our specialised and dynamic team in the Milano office. More datails here.

Please send your CV, motivation letter and references to


TRT joins SLOCAT Partnership!

We are pleased to announce that TRT Trasporti e Territorio has joined the SLOCAT (Sustainable, Low Carbon Transport) Partnership. As the name of the initiative suggests, the partnership focuses on promoting and enabling collaborative knowledge and action for sustainable, low carbon transport.

SLOCAT is an international partnership involving more than 90 associations, transportation companies, universities, government agencies, and NGOs, cooperating to promote a more equitable, more resilient and healthier transport and mobility systems.

SLOCAT’s main activities include being active in international and local advocacy campaigns on sustainable transport and climate, participating and organizing peer-learning and capacity building initiatives, drafting thematic reports, guidelines and recommendations, etc.

Through this collaboration, TRT will have the opportunity to contribute to the development of sustainable and inclusive mobility at the global level, establish synergies with the partnership’s members and have access to a wide network of governmental and non-governmental stakeholders. In particular, TRT will collaborate with them by participating to development of reports and studies, sharing our work and results with partners working on similar issues, and much more.

We are hiring!

  • 28 February 2023
  • News

Milan, March 2023

Job profile: Junior/intermediate transport/energy economist

TRT aims to recruit a junior/intermediate consultant with knowledge in transport and energy economics and understanding of European transport and energy policies to reinforce our specialised and dynamic team in the Milano office. More datails here.

Please send your CV, motivation letter and references to


Harmony final conference

  • 28 February 2023
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The H2020 funded project HARMONY concludes with the final conference in Barcelona. 20 partners from 9 different countries worked together to enable metropolitan area authorities to lead a sustainable transition to a low-carbon new mobility era. The HARMONY Model Suite has been implemented by linking models at strategical, tactical and operational levels, leading to a spatial and multimodal planning tool. A mobile application – the MOBY App – has been developed to collect urban transport data, to be used in the Activity-Based model, one of the most recent modelling algorithms to simulate mobility habits.

The HARMONY Model Suite was developed and tested in 4 study areas (Rotterdam, Oxfordshire, Turin, and Athens), and the results have been used to build new guidelines and recommendations for the future Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans. The MOBY App was tested and used in Turin and Oxfordshire, whereas other three areas – Rotterdam and Trikala – hosted demonstrations. In Trikala an autonomous drone delivery system was tested to carry medicines in remote areas, meanwhile in Rotterdam the attention was on Rosie, an autonomous electric delivery robot.

TRT worked hard in the last years to develop strategic and operational models and integrate them in the Model Suite. We were also involved in the MOBY App testing and passenger survey in Turin metropolitan area. Moreover, TRT experts were leading the activities related to spatial and transport strategies for the SUMPs recommendations and guidelines.

During the final conference, all the models developed and integrated in the HARMONY Model Suite, alongside the MOBY App, the demonstrations, and SUMPs recommendations, have been presented to transport engineers, urban planners, and policy makers. It was an excellent opportunity to share the work done during the last 4 years and discuss about the future of urban mobility.

Harmony TRT Team

HARMONY Model Suite: an integrated platform for sustainable mobility planning in Turin

  • 4 November 2022
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WORKSHOP – Turin, November 14th, 2022 – 10.45-15.30



HARMONY is a European project funded by the European Commission within the Horizon 2020 Programme. It began in June 2019 and is scheduled to end in February 2023. The consortium, coordinated by the University College of London, consists of 21 partners from 9 European countries. HARMONY’s main goal is to develop a new generation of harmonised spatial and multimodal transport planning tools which comprehensively model the dynamics of the changing transport sector and spatial organisation, enabling metropolitan area authorities to lead the transition to a low carbon new mobility era in a sustainable manner.

HARMONY H2020 Training Workshops

  • 26 October 2022
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The H2020 funded project HARMONY aims to develop a new generation of harmonised spatial and multimodal transport planning tools, to represent new forms of mobility for freight and people, enabling metropolitan areas authorities to lead the transition to a low carbon new mobility era in a sustainable manner.

The Rail Baltica transport demand model project is now completed

logo M neraRail Baltica is a rail transport infrastructure project that integrates the Baltic States in the European rail network connecting Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia and indirectly also Finland. It is a fully interoperable railway line of more than 870 km in length designed for both passenger and freight transport and planned to become operational in 2027.

The Rail Baltica transport demand model project, led by TRT, has developed and implemented a multimodal transport model to forecast the passenger and freight demand for the Rail Baltica infrastructure up to the year 2056.

SUMP Topic guide on safe use of micromobility devices in urban areas


TRT is happy to announce today’s publication of the new SUMP Topic Guide on the safe use of micromobility devices, for which TRT is the main author.

The SUMP (Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans) Topic Guide has been published alongside the new Urban Mobility Framework of the European Commission. It is the key result from the first Policy Support Group (PSG) of the CIVITAS ELEVATE Coordination and Support Action, with TRT as lead and contributions from 5 experts from selected organisations (TRL, ETSC, POLIS, the City of Paris and the City of Helsinki), the chair of the CIVITAS Policy Advisory Committee (City of Antwerp), BUAS (Breda University of Applied Sciences) and three observers from the cycling and e-sooters sectors.

TRT put its extensive experience of the sector into this new Topic Guide and provided new insights into dealing with one of today’s challenging mobility trend. The Topic Guide focuses on micromobility in the SUMP planning and implementation process and is part of a compendium of EU guidance documents, complementing the revised second edition of the SUMP Guidelines.

The Topic Guide proposes best practice and key recommendations on the integration of micromobility in urban mobility planning, with the goal to support cities in achieving a safer use of micromobility devices in urban areas. It also supports the European Commission in delivering Action 22 of the Sustainable and Smart Mobility Strategy. It focuses on shared electrically powered personal mobility devices such as e-scooters and provides some guidance on how the users of these vehicles interact with the users of bicycles and electric power assisted cycles (EPACs), as well as pedestrians and other road users.

Our study on Costs and Benefits of the Sustainable Urban Mobility Transition is online

  • 11 November 2021
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Tableau EIT result

How much will the transition to sustainable urban mobility cost in European cities? Which benefits and changes in mobility will it bring? What will be the most cost-effective policies to accelerate this transition?

These are some of the questions that a new study from TRT Trasporti e Territorio has been replying to.

The study, commissioned by EIT Urban Mobility and released today, produced a quantification of the costs and benefits of the transition to sustainable urban mobility in European cities by 2030 and 2050. The analysis was carried out with the modelling tool MOMOS, which allowed to assess the impacts of different mobility transition scenarios.