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HUPMOBILE - Holistic sustainable mobility solutions

HUPMOBILE's objective is to provide a holistic approach to the planning, implementation, optimisation and management of integrated, sustainable mobility solutions in Baltic Sea port cities.
URBAN LOGISTICS AND MOBILITY MANAGEMENT IN PORT AREAS

News

HUPMOBILE study in Turku image with different mobility modes

HUPMOBILE results used in teaching

31.03.2021 10:40

Marketta Kyttä (Aalto University, DBE) presented the results of Turku region survey results and the accompanying mobility lifestyle personas that were done during the HUPMOBILE project with the students in two seminars this spring. 

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ITS nationals cocktail party

29.03.2021 17:35

One of the targets of HUPMOBILE project is to bring closer together and support networking of the ITS community in Baltic Sea region. As we miss these days when side conversations and all other social aspects were possible in real meetings, it's time to find new ways for virtual networking.

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Events

HUPMOBILE webinar promotional image of port of Turku area.

Webinar: Developing ports and their neighbourhood

20.05.2021 10:00 to 12:00
City of Turku in cooperation with UBC Sustainable Cities Commission is organising a two-day HUPMOBILE webinar series. The first webinar focuses on developing the ports and the surrounding neighbourhoods from the sustainable urban mobility perspective.
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HUPMOBILE webinar promotional image with buses in Turku

Webinar: Seamless Sustainable Mobility

21.05.2021 10:00 to 12:00

City of Turku in cooperation with UBC Sustainable Cities Commission is organising a two-day HUPMOBILE webinar series. The second webinar showcases different approaches to it such as smart parking, joint tickets and contactless payments in public transport as well as micro hubs and simulations for sustainable urban mobility.

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Production logistics as well as urban logistics improvement is the aim of planning and developing the planning approach and tools focusing on the flow of goods in the urban areas. Transport flows will be analysed as part of the project.

Mobility management measures are used to analyse to overall situation of passenger traffic in the port areas as well as everyday mobility of the residents living close to the ports.

ITS solutions will be explored in the framework of supporting knowledge exchange between public and private sector with the aim of supporting the development of international competence networks in the Baltic Sea Region.

Multimodality in Urban Transport and Travel to Work Areas will be supported by exploring how the existing infrastructure in the port areas could be utilized more effectively in order to reduce the dependency on private cars.

Holistic urban and peri-urban mobility solutions will be piloted in three cities. Based on the results and feedback on the activities, HUPMOBILE framework and policy guidelines will be developed.Holistic urban and peri-urban mobility solutions will be piloted in three cities. Based on the results and feedback on the activities, HUPMOBILE framework and policy guidelines will be developed.

The HUPMOBILE project is looking for Follower Cities who will give feedback on the developed solutions and test them out in their own cities. Is your city willing to participate?