The second ECOMM took place in Nottingham in 1998, and drew heavily on the emerging findings from MOMENTUM and MOSAIC. It laid down some basic ground rules for the future development of Mobility Management in Europe.
It provided the “working definition of Mobility Management” (link) that has since become widely used throughout Europe:
But it also highlighted the importance of forming new kinds of partnerships. By its nature, Mobility Management does not fall under the provenance of any one authority. Instead, it involves the coming together of a range of organisations, that traditionally may have had little experience of working together – traffic departments, public transport providers, schools, companies etc.