When the study trip visited de Drom last week, we got a chance to see the citizen´s office, where the inhabitants of Kröpelin can get help with the ride-sharing system. We also got some information on how ride-sharing has developed in Tingsryd and Bützow. Last but not least, those interested could try riding a pedelec.
Energy Cities is writing about ride-sharing and our project Mobile Together:
The project Mobile Together was invited to the 4th Congress of Active Mobility in Gdansk (http://www.kongresmobilnosci.pl/palio/html.run?_Instance=kma&_PageID=1&_Lang=en&_CheckSum=-1493877222), Poland, taking place Sept. 12-13.
“The event aims to benefit from the experience of cities, regions and countries which have achieved success in maintaining high quality of life by the adoption of appropriate local development rules and the recognition of active mobility potential.”
Mobile Together participated in the panel entitled “Cross-border pathways to sustainable mobility” together with two other projects financed by the South Baltic programme. Thomas Möller, project Abc.multimodal, talked on cycling as a part of a multimodal mobility system in a city and Jacek Piotrowski, project BAYinTRAP, discussed youth participation in policy making in the field of transport and mobility.
The panel was moderated by Vassilen Iotzov of the JTS of the South Baltic programme and Karoline Alvånger participated in the event on behalf of the Mobile Together project.
Mobile Together is partly financed by the European Regional Development Fund thru the South Baltic Programme. There are loads of other interesting projects going on in the region, take a look at en.southbaltic.eu.