HUPMOBILE is looking for Follower Cities!

HUPMOBILE is looking for Follower Cities!

29 October 2019
31 October 2019

Does your city fit the following criteria?

  • is a small, middle-sized or big city,
  • is a city with or without port in the Baltic Sea Region,
  • has mobility-related challenges in the port area or mobility challenges in general,
  • needs new solutions to solve the mobility-related challenges,
  • wishes to test and pilot new solutions?

The HUPMOBILE project is looking for Follower Cities who will uptake the solutions and guidelines developed in the project and test them in their own context as well as give feedback to project management. The main idea for the HUPMOBILE project is to find and develop solutions that would be replicable across the Baltic Sea Region, considering also the local contexts and needs of the port cities, thus, the more cities are involved in testing and giving feedback, the better solutions for the Baltic Sea Region will be developed.

As a first step, the project is organizing its first Uptake workshop as a webinar, to reach out to the interested cities and to introduce the project, its activities and objectives, what they as Follower Cities may gain and how they can participate in the process of giving feedback based on the tools, solutions and guidelines.

The webinar will be organized back-to-back with HUPMOBILE project meeting in Södertälje, Sweden, on 18 December 2019 at 10-11.30 CET. You can register to the webinar here.



HUPMOBILE is an INTERREG Baltic Sea Region international cooperation project involving the cities of Tallinn (Estonia), Riga (Latvia), Turku (Finland) and Hamburg/Altona (Germany) as well as Aalto University (Finland), Royal Institute of Technology (Sweden), ITL Digital Lab (Estonia) and UBC Sustainable Cities Commission (Finland). The main objective of the project is to provide a holistic approach to the planning, implementation, optimization and management of integrated, sustainable mobility solutions in Baltic Sea port cities. Mobility in this context includes both people and goods (i.e. freight, cargo logistics and delivery). The activities of the project are listed on