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MOBILITY POINTS make multimodal transport visible in public space and facilitate the use of sustainable transport modes and connections between them.
Mobility management measures are implemented in coperation with different institutions in the pilot area. The aim is to influence and change mobility behaviour among the involved persons and encourage them to make a (partly) shift to more sustainable modes.
Citizen involvement and participation of a wide range of stakeholders is THE core of sustainable urban mobility planning.


Photo of bicycle garage in Kalmar

On the 15th of May, Kalmar opened its first mobility point.

Rostock took a big step towards multimodality. On Monday, 11th May, the city inaugurated the first three mobility points, combining car-sharing and cargo bike-sharing.

Many daily target points were closed in Vilnius for more than a month due to the coronavirus quarantine.


The Baltic Sea Region Mobility Summit 2020 will be held ONLINE 8-10 September.

The 11th Annual Forum of the EUSBSR will be held in ONLINEĀ on 20th of October.