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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.


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.


To reach the climate targets private car traffic must be reduced. A municipal travelling habit survey made by the Swedish Association of Green Motorists (Gröna Bilister) shows that car dependency can be reduced in medium-sized cities and commuter towns.


The Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme Conference 2019 is gathering people responsible for allocating EU funds as well as for using them. Before looking into a new EU funding period...

In April the city of Aarhus will host a peer review for Riga, Rostock and Gdansk, the peer review will focus on campaigns for living streets.

cities.multimodal's third project meeting will take place in Aarhus 11-12 of April.