HUPMOBILE Final Seminar
For three years, the HUPMOBILE project has focused on providing a holistic approach to sustainable mobility solutions in port cities of the Baltic Sea Region. Partners from cities and infrastructure operators have integrated innovative mobility options for everyday mobility, port logistics, intelligent transportation systems, and multimodal transportation services. Now it's time to share our achievements and lessons learned with fellow mobility and urban planners and other interested stakeholders! This virtual meeting will also include insights from mobility and planning professionals in Riga and a storyline of the project to give context for the exciting keynote speakers of the day.
Registration to the event is required – please register here! You will receive an email with the direct link for joining the Seminar few days prior the event.
Holistic approach to the port city transformation
- Opening the Final Seminar: HUPMOBILE journey towards holistic mobility and planning
- Introducing Riga: virtual tour in the city with current projects and future outlook
- Keynote by Sami Sahala, Forum Virium: Baltic Sea Region cities are the drivers for the change
HUPMOBILE: the road towards holistic mobility and planning
- Example of applying a holistic approach: case Turku
- Simulations in supporting mobility decision-making
- Public participation GIS & lifestyles of residents
- Participatory.Tools to improve & enrich your Stakeholder Engagement Process
- Lifecycle of grassroots initiative: integrated green water transport in Riga
- Building cross-sectoral ITS networks in the Baltic Sea Region
- Mini-pilot case examples from the cities
- Adaptive traffic lights and mobility management in Tallinn
- Active mobility in port areas: case Hamburg
- Online tools supporting decision-making on holistic smart mobility
Evaluations and future ideas
- Keynote by Lucian Zagan, Eurocities: Designing choice for urban mobility decarbonisation: EU policies and local challenges.
- Lessons learned and suggested future actions
- HUPMOBILE policy guidelines and conclusions