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In the HUPMOBILE project, a methodology aimed to be used to document sustainable transportation solutions is being developed. The focus is on new policies, technical solutions, or new services improving some aspects of sustainability in the transportation of goods or people. Feedback from the Follower Cities and other Baltic Sea Region is welcome!

Reducing traffic’s greenhouse gas emissions is in a significant part of Finnish climate policy at the moment. All means are needed to reduce traffic emissions. One of the tools is commuting to work with sustainable modes of travel: by walking, biking, public transport, ridesharing, various mobility services, or combining sustainable modes of transport to car trip. 

People and laptop during the webinar, hazy shot

The first HUPMOBILE webinar was held on 18 December 2019 as a part of the activities of WP6 at the General Assembly that took place in the premises of KTH in Södertälje, Sweden. The whole webinar was recorded and is available for everyone to rewatch!

The transport and mobility workshop of Turku harbor area was held on 27th of November. 

The very first HUPMOBILE webinar will be held on Wednesday, 18 December 2019 at 10:00-11:30 CET (Central European Time). The webinar will be targeted at any city in the Baltic Sea Region who is interested to learn, give feedback and test holistic mobility solutions along the cities of Tallinn, Riga, Turku and Hamburg participating in the project. 

 HUPMOBILE project can now be followed in Twitter at the  @HUPMOBILE_BSR - feel free to follow and interact with the project communications online as we aim to publish the latest news and information about the events there! 

 

Project partners presenting their work packages

The HUPMOBILE – Holistic Urban and Peri-Urban Mobility project was kicked off 11-12 June 2019 in Espoo during a two-day meeting in the premises of the lead partner Aalto University.