The CREATE project’s results and recommendations will be disseminated to the Stakeholder Engagement Group (SEG). The SEG will gather stakeholders from the urban mobility world and ensure a durable link with them.


These stakeholders will be invited to contribute to and provide feedback on the practical implementation of deliverables and milestones in the project. This active group will contribute to create the framework to deploy CREATE outputs on a European and international scale. It will generate debate on reduction of urban congestion, on innovative solutions for reducing the need to travel and on broader impacts (air quality, social aspects, etc.).


The SEG is composed of the six cities (EUROCITIES members):

          - Budapest
          - Lisbon
          - Malmo
          - Sofia
          - Utrecht
          - Venice


and of 3 other stakeholders: one University representative, one NGO representative and a publisher and conference organiser:




Mihaela Hermina Negulescu is architect Ph.D. in urban planning (PhD thesis: “Mobility and Urban Form”), Associate Professor and coordinator of the Master Program “Urban Mobility” at the “Ion Mincu” University of Architecture and Urban Planning - Bucharest, expert member of “Urban Mobility” working group at Bucharest City Hall.


During her activity she wrote 2 books and 22 articles, she has been co-author at 9 other books, 11 national research studies, 21 urban planning studies and 5 Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans (SUMPs).





James MacColl is Head of Campaigns at Campaign for Better Transport. We fight for better public transport, walking and cycling, for the sake of communities and the environment by providing well-researched, practical solutions to transport problems, pressuring national and local government to adopt them, and empowering ordinary people.


After starting off in student and environmental campaigning and interning for an MP in Parliament, James MacColl worked in campaigning and public affairs at CPRE, RSPB, General Motors and most recently was Head of Public Affairs at RenewableUK.





Peter Stonham has over 30 years experience in gathering and disseminating specialist transport professional knowledge, much of it as Editorial Director and Chairman of the Landor Group.


Beginning with a degree in transport from Salford University, he has worked in research, communications, editorial, publishing, networking and policy and best practiced discussion and development roles within the UK and internationally.


His principal areas of expertise are in urban transport, where he was founder editor of Jane’s Urban Transport Systems, Editorial Director of Local Transport Today, Parking Review and New Transit magazines; in transport policy, practice and service delivery innovation, including founding the Transport Planning Society, The Ten Percent Club, launching events like the Travel 2020 Show and roundtables on travel information, ticketing, and payment technology; and integrated passenger transport provision; and in contributing many articles, talks and presentations for specialist professional audiences.