At the time of launching the project (2016) there was not enough of environmentally friendly alternatives to using private cars in the countries/cities around the Baltic Sea. The project therefore planned to facilitate easier combination of walking, cycling, public transport and car-sharing modes. The project focused on dense inner-city areas, offering good opportunities for sustainable mobility.
To enhance environmentally friendly transport systems in urban areas based on increased capacity of urban transport actors.
Adaptation of Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning (SUMP) concept for selected urban districts and implementing at several mobility management measures in the quarters (mobility points, mobility promotion campaigns, street humanization, etc.).
Guidelines, handbooks, and other materials. Five multimodal mobility points in pilot cities. Toolbox for mobility management. As a result of several mobility management concepts developed and implemented, the sustainable mobility behavior, capacity of municipalities, politicians and PT providers, and acceptance of multimodal transport in partner regions/cities increased.