Multimodality in Urban Transport and Travel to Work areas
The activities aim to support multimodal transportation, increase the utilization of existing infrastructure and thereby, reduce private car dependency especially in areas connected to ports. They will also provide tools for city and transportation planners to assess the suitability of different transportation modes to their needs, analyze the possibilities to enhance the accessibility of the port area, and combine these new modes efficiently with the existing transportation system.
Impact Assessment of New Multimodal Solutions
Analyzing the new multimodal solutions from the perspective of different stakeholders how each new service fulfils and affects actor's mobility and what kinds of impacts the service has on several levels of sustainability.
- Holistic impact assessment of new multimodal solutions
- Impact Assessment Toolbox for New Multimodal Services
Benchmarking of Transport Solutions in Baltic Cities
Different kinds of multimodal transportation solutions (e.g. MaaS) applied in the Baltic cities will be benchmarked and analysed - resulting in a summary of the common challenges and the description of approaches used for organizing multimodal transportation.
- Benchmarking rail transport solutions (in connection to ports) in leading Baltic cities
- Comparing the different approaches in organizing Mobility-as-a-Service
- Benchmarking the electrification of transportation in BSR region
- Benchmarking existing logistics solutions
- Analysis of the Development Status in each theme
Optimizing the Operation of Multimodal Nodes
A tool will be developed for decision makers that supports multimodal optimization of transport flows in a restricted area such as transportation hubs along railways or harbours. Simulation models from developed earlier in the HUPMOBILE project will be utilized.
- Multimodal Optimisation Tool for Transportation Flows