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Mobility point success factors and its impacts on multimodality

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.

The thesis was written within the frames of the master's programme in Urban Management at cities.multimodal's project partner the Centre of Technology and Society at the Technical University of Berlin (TUB), the thesis was supervised by Michael Abraham.

Pais' master's thesis "A TALE OF THREE CITIES - An attempt to improve multimodality in Rostock, Vilnius and Pskov through mobility points" has resulted in recommendations for the named cities to consider when planning and realising their mobility points. Pais has used succesful mobility point cases from Bremen and Vienna as a basis for good practice exampels from the field. Kristina Kobyz (Pskov), Kristina Gauce (Vilnius) and Lisa Wiechmann (Rostock) were interviewed to give their point of view of their respective mobility point strategies, challenges and barriers.

Read the thesis here:

Picture: Hanseatic City of Rostock