The key challenge tackled by the NXTLVL Parking project is that of promoting and ensuring efficient, greener and sustainable urban mobility. The overall project objectives are to reduce car use in Central European functional urban areas and to improve the provision of sustainable alternatives, and more liveable environments, by the wider use of parking management. The use of parking management as strategic tool to influence travel demand is uncommon in Central European cities; the project aims to change this so that cities understand how to use it as a key measure of their Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan. Key activity will be an introduction of a novel parking policy audit tool, ParkPAD, to prioritise improvements in a city’s parking policy. The ParkPAD tool itself will be improved so that other cities can use it and will benefit from an improved, more effective parking policy that is broadly accepted. The main outputs will be parking policy audits and a Parking Policy Implementation Plan that will better integrate parking and SUMP and cut car use. Guidance documents in all partner languages and extensive trainings will be prepared for all interested followers.