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Table 3 Suggested definitions for the Cities-4-People process phases

From: Co-creating sustainable urban metabolism towards healthier cities

 Development (18 months)1. Learn PhaseInvestigate and identify local mobility and transportation challenges.
2. Awareness PhaseMake the project known in their local context, materials and events telling about the project to various local stakeholders
3. Community PhaseInviting local QH stakeholders to not only take part but also commit to the project process and goals.
4. Prioritising PhasePresent research results and together with the local community prioritise which challenges need to be tackled first.
5. Ideation Phase (2x)Together with the local community co-create and co-design possible ways of solving and tackling some of the earlier identified challenges.
6. Feasibility Phase (2x)Together with the QH stakeholders, the concepts developed in the Ideation Phase are assessed and prioritised.
Evaluation (18 months)Pilot (8 months)7. Intervention Phase (2x)First round of urban prototypes and pilots are deployed
8. Analysis Phase (2x)The local community analyses and assesses through both qualitative (interviews and questionnaires) and quantitative (set of numbers/values gathered during intervention) approaches the impact generated from the pilots.
Scale-up (8 months)9. Scaling-up Feasibility PhaseIn case of positive impact results, the local community and QH stakeholders are to consider all the aspects that need to be in place and which changes are required to scale up the pilots.
10. Scaling-up PhaseThe chosen pilots are scaled-up, meaning replicated in other areas or increased in amount.
 11. Develop policies and toolsWrite a set of policy recommendations and replication tools to be used in other related initiatives.