Our Approach

There are three main mechanisms to implement an UVAR and we have named them “Measure Fields”.

Within these Measure Fields, the different aspects are further split into Building Blocks as outlined below:

In order to implement an UVAR, it is often needed or desirable to have other complementary measures. They might be needed to enable access of people and goods into the UVAR area using sustainable mobility modes, to increase public acceptance, to facilitate particular user needs, to alleviate potential negative impacts or to facilitate the most desired compliance option. Tap the toggle below to see them:

23. Financial incentives

  • a. Economic incentive for fleet renewal
  • b. Economic incentive for mobility
  • c. Grants towards adaptations

24. Exemptions

  • a. Essential exemptions
  • b. User needs exemptions
  • c. Retrofits
  • d. Permit/exeption charge
  • e. Time slots

25. Increased mobility options

26. Individual solutions

  • a. Individual solutions based on the local situation

There are also aspects that are common to all UVARs. ReVeAL has grouped them into four topics, named “Cross-cutting Themes: Supportive Mobility Measures, User Needs and Public Acceptance, Governance and Financing and Ensuring Compliance. More details on these cross cutting themes can be also found in our Guidance Documents and Webinars.