Publications

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The UBC TALKS webinar about holistic solutions to mobility in port areas took place on 22 February 2022, bringing the examples and tools from the cities of Hamburg, Riga, Turku, and Tallinn.
Type: Video
Transport and Active Mobility (AM) in port areas is currently a crucial point that city administration must tackle with Port Authorities. Due to increasing global merchandise and urbanisation, port areas and residential areas are getting closer, narrowing the division between the two. As a result, we already have sub-residential port areas. Planning transport in port areas is complex. There are…
Type: Toolkit
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
Type: Video
Topic: Mobility
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…
Type: Video
Topic: 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
Type: Video
Topic: Mobility
Hupmobile’s Participatory.Tools is created as part of Hupmobile project’s activity of Improving Stakeholder Processes (lead by City of Riga) and Co-creation with residents (lead by Aalto University). The tool box aims to improve and broaden the stakeholder involvement processes, and assist the cities in their work with stakeholders within the core activities of the HUPMOBILE project and beyond.
Type: Toolkit
This study on the potential analysis of intelligent transport systems (ITS), which forms the basis for the digitalization of traffic and mobility, is presented below. Intelligent transport systems are an indispensable component on the way to a smart city. Only if digitization is used productively and existing modal boundaries are dismantled can borderless mobility prevail as a genuine alternative…
Type: Publication
The report of the planning process of Turku’s new railway access to the passenger harbour outlines the different steps, partners and permissions needed to plan the new railway access to the harbour.
Type: Publication
In the project HUPMOBILE two focal points represent the main themes of the project: The use of environmentally friendly means of transport (active mobility) and the area of logistics in the port. In the following, the study on the innovative concept of Mobility as a Service (MaaS for short), a system that brings together all means of transport in a user-oriented and bundled way, is presented.
Type: Publication
Over the coming decades, the surroundings of Turku Castle and the port area will be facing major changes. Guidelines are currently being prepared for what the area will look like in the future. Residential area Linnakaupunki is already being built and the results of the international idea competition for the Linnanniemi area has been announced. The prize-winning, purchased and honourable…
Type: Publication
Topic: Mobility
In the joint cooperation and development model for Turku port area utilization of many kinds of platforms, forums, methods and tools to include stakeholders in the planning and construction processes have been reflected upon. Citizens and general public are informed and encouraged in getting their voices heard. It is also ensured that internal communication flows are well functioning and a common…
Type: Publication
Topic: Mobility
The webinar is part of the two-day webinar experience by the City of Turku and it was held live on 20 May 2021. The focus of the webinar was developing ports and their neighbourhood.
Type: Video
The webinar is part of the two-day webinar experience by the City of Turku and it was held live on 21 May 2021. The focus of the webinar was seamless sustainable mobility.
Type: Video
The Feasibility Study conducted in the City of Hamburg, Germany, explores the possibilities for establishing microhubs in different locations and offers key recommendations of what to consider when trying to create innovative last mile solutions in the fellow BSR cities.
Type: Publication
Topic: Mobility
This interactive map highlights the sustainable mobility solutions identified in the research "Benchmarking of Transport solutions in BSR cities" which is part of HUPMOBILE project.
Type: Toolkit
In the HUPMOBILE project, Aalto university carried out an in-depth analysis of the transportation sub-system in each of the participating cities in need of benchmarking information for starting their mobility development activities and compared it to leading port cities. The publication intends to increase the knowledge of traffic planners and authorities in organizing sustainable mobility…
Type: Publication
Topic: Mobility
The webinar organized on 9 June 2020 was dedicated to the intelligent transport solutions piloting, introducing the HUPMOBILE project and ITS piloting, as well as presenting the agile piloting in Helsinki. During the webinar, the cities of Tallinn, Hamburg, Turku and Riga have discussed their minipilots. Article and presentations available
Type: Video
Type: Video
Topic: Mobility