The municipality gives organizations a list of urban mobility measures from which to choose. These can include:
- A fixed number of measures
- This number can vary according to certain criteria (e.g., size or location of the organization).
- A list of measures that add up to a set point score
- The authority attributes a point value to each measure. The organization must select measures that add up to a minimum score. The minimum score can be based on criteria such as land use, built area, or location, among others.
- A kit of measures
- A kit is a bundle of measures that must be implemented together. Kits can vary according to certain criteria (e.g. size or location of the organization).
The benefit of a programmed TRO is that if an organization is implementing the chosen measures, it is complying with the policy.
The results of the measures used are evaluated in a periodic report, which determines whether they have been effective or whether new measures are needed.