Publications

Project summary list

Dear UBC colleagues,
Type: eBulletin
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
We have faced a very active second part of 2021, with various strategic frameworks we have co-developed with you, finalising large projects with pilots and solutions that can now be replicated in other cities, while the member cities' experiences and knowledge are being taken further to the regional policy level. Further, the year 2021 saw remarkable progress on the local level towards meeting…
Type: eBulletin
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
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
As one of the partners in the BSR WATER platform, Riga City Council contributed to the development of the policy recommendations for implementing the integrated stormwater management. BSR WATER platform is funded by the Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme 2014–2020.
Type: Video
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
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
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
Dagmara Nagorka-Kmiezkiec (Gdansk), Dovydas Kaminskas (Taurage), Irena Šakalienė (Klaipeda), Guntars Ruskuls (Riga) and Steffen Nozon (Rostock) share their cities’ most important sustainable development topics and issues at the XV UBC General Conference in Kaunas.
Type: Video
You can read more about the biofiltration stormwater solution in the Maunulanpuisto Park in the Baltic Smart Water Hub. This video is from the site visit of BSR WATER platform project partners to the Maunulanpuisto Park in Helsinki, where the city has implemented several stormwater solutions. The visit was done in March 2020. Learn more about the BSR WATER activities on the platform website.
Type: Video
UBC TALKS webinar about Sustainable Urban mobility Planning was held on 25 February 2020. The webinar included presentations about the 2nd edition of the European SUMP guidelines, outcomes of the SUMPs-Up project as well as city examples from Trelleborg, Sweden and Cesis, Latvia.
Type: Video
Mid-term Review - A cross-sectorial cooperation for climate adaptation and development
Type: Publication
The fourth webinar of the Baltic Urban Lab project sharing experiences on new digital tools that were developed as part of the participatory urban planning activities.
Type: Video
Baltic Urban Lab project (2015-2018) was a cross-border cooperation project where four cities - Tallinn, Turku, Riga and Norrköping - tested and piloted different methods for inclusive and integrated planning of brownfield areas.
Type: Video
Baltic Urban Lab Policy Brief - Making the most of brownfield sites in the Baltic Sea Region reveals the challenges and opportunities related to brownfield redevelopment as well as presents public-private-people partnerships as a solution to tackle these challenges. This policy brief also presents the key recommendations based on Baltic Urban Lab lessons learned and results. They include policy…
Type: Publication
Baltic Urban Lab collected examples of brownfield regeneration projects from the Baltic Sea region and beyond to share examples of how cities have successfully managed complex urban regeneration projects. Cities around the region with similar challenges can learn from these examples. In addition, a collection of tested citizen participation tools is available in order to get concrete ideas and…
Type: Publication
Dealing with the past and planning for the future - Turning urban brownfields into possibilities Lessons learned from Baltic Urban Lab & Keynote 1 Baltic Urban Lab Final Conference 6-7 September 2018
Type: Video
Dealing with the past and planning for the future - Turning urban brownfields into possibilities Interactive Session 1: Dealing with the past - managing the transformation process. Baltic Urban Lab Final Conference 6-7 September 2018
Type: Video