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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.


During two intensive days in Aarhus, Denmark the cities.multimodal project partners gathered for both the third project meeting and a training session. The training was facilitated in cooperation with Claus Köllinger from the urban mobility observatory ELTIS.

What are the success factors for well functioning mobility points and what kind of an impact does a mobility point have in increasing multimodality. These questions are investigated and answered in Renita Pais' master's thesis, in which the cities.multimodal partner cities Rostock, Vilnius and Pskov act as targets for the scope.

“It was a great, productive and positive experience to have you here and I am very happy for the respectful sharing of ideas we had.



The theme for the 2019 Global Public Transport Summit is ‘The Art of Public Transport’. With almost 130 years of history behind it, the UITP Global Public Transport Summit proudly remains the world’s biggest event dedicated to sustainable mobility.

The 10th Annual Forum of the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region (EUSBSR) 's themes are demographic changes along with circular and sharing economy.

The focus of 6th edition of the European Conference on Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans is on providing support to sustainable and active cities within the SUMP context, i.e. how to make cities more walkable and cycle-friendly.