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Introduction of the Mobility Management Policies for Voluntary Reduction of a Passenger Car Uses

Yi Choonyong 1 Cheong-Hyun Rho 2

1한양대학교 대학원
2한양대학교

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ABSTRACT

Traffic congestion is issued as a major urban problem nowadays. That is why many state or municipal governments throughout the world have been pushing a variety of transport policies, such as the expansion of transportation facilities, the collection of traffic congestion fees and the facilitation of public transit, ahead. They have few, however, practical effects in spite of the massive budget spending. In this context, it should be called for to shift a paradigm in transport policy from the construction of physical facilities to new one in an effort to relieve urban traffic congestion. Among others, the Mobility Management begins to make a mark as one of leading measures that could effectively solve traffic congestion in urban areas. In this context, the study aims to explore the fundamental ideas and concepts of Mobility Management through reviewing bibliographic sources, to examine how people voluntarily reduce car uses and in what ways by conducting foreign case studies, and finally to suggest useful measures which could apply to the Korean policy context. It also suggests feasible ways to introduce the Mobility Management which is one of the low-cost and high efficient solutions of traffic congestion as follows: 1) the development of communication skill between participants; 2) the clarification of stakeholders' major role; 3) the promotion of test-run projects; and 4) the revision of relevant laws and systems.

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