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Tallinn's minipilot - adaptive traffic lights management

The HUPMOBILE Minipilots Framework allows quick piloting of novel solutions in the urban space and acts as the enabler of experimental policy-making. 

Banner of the Nordic+ Pavilion at the ITS World Congress 2021

The ITS World Congress 2021, held in Hamburg, Germany, will be kicked-off  next week and the congress includes a nice surprise for the visitors - a joint Nordic+ Pavilion, where also our project will be introduced!

A superb Master's thesis has been written based on the research activities of the HUPMOBILE project. 

ITS Estonia people visit Latvia -a people posing for a group photo

As part of the HUPMOBILE project's activity of building a network of ITS experts in the Baltic Sea Region, ITS Estonia visited Latvia on 9-10 September 2021.

City of Turku has published their joint master and mobility plan for the port area. The master plan examines the area surrounding the new terminal as well as other traffic connections. 

Föli buses in the city centre with pedestrians and cars

The traffic study is one of the four minipilots tested during the HUPMOBILE project. It is ongoing until 7 September 2021. 

Urban/mobility planner! Share your experiences regarding participatory planning methods you have used  to engage the stakeholders in your projects!

Joint cooperation and development model for Turku

The City of Turku has completed a model for joint cooperation and development for the port area. The model aims to combine and integrate different expertise areas, including a plan for engaging the stakeholders in the development processes.

An example of the result of the self-assessment tool

Test the online self-assessment tool from HUPMOBILE's impact assessment toolbox and give your feedback!

Thank you to all webinar participants

Last week, two HUPMOBILE webinars were held by the City of Turku (Finland) in cooperation with the Union of the Baltic Cities (UBC) Sustainable Cities Commission. The first webinar focused on the topic of "Developing ports and their neighbourhood" and had five presentations with two Q&A Sessions. The presentations from both webinar days are now available.