As there are more than 200 ports in the Baltic Sea Region, the holistic development of the mobility surrounding the ports is of high interest to many of our fellow mobility and urban planners. While the mobility-related challenges might differ in different parts of the Baltic Sea region, there are certainly valuable insights to share and learn from the best practices from the HUPMOBILE project that can then be applied elsewhere.

For this purpose, the City of Turku is organising two webinars to inspire the exchange of best practices in the port cities of the Baltic Sea Region. During these two days, we will hear insights from the mobility experts of Turku (Finland), the City of Hamburg (Germany) and the City of Tallinn (Estonia) and some results of the HUPMOBILE project suitable for the theme. You are welcome to join both or just one that matches your interest the best. The webinars will be held on the Zoom platform, and recorded and hosted by the Union of the Baltic Cities (UBC) Sustainable Cities Commission.


Developing ports and their neighbourhoods

May 20, 10:00-12:00 (CET)

The first webinar will exclusively focus on ports and their neighbourhoods – join us to learn about smart traffic lights, smart terminals, tools for assessing sustainability in the port areas, as well as mobility management and how the lifestyles of the residents in the port area could be taken into account in both urban and mobility planning.

Visit our event page for more details and to register.


Seamless Sustainable Mobility

May 21, 10:00-12:00 (CET)

This webinar focuses on achieving seamless, sustainable mobility from different perspectives (pedestrians, cyclists, logistics, car users, public transport). You will learn about joint ticketing and contactless payments in regional public transport, smart parking, and bicycle parking alongside how to develop green mobility chains and lessons learned from the micro hubs-related mini-pilot in the City of Hamburg, Germany.

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