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Cities.MultiModal (CMM)

Transition of urban transport systems towards low carbon mobility

Scientific Staff

Student Assistant

Funded by

Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme 2014-2020 of the European Union (European Regional Developement Fund)


Oktober 2017 – June 2020


  • Hanseatic City of Rostock
  • German Cyclist's Association (ADFC) Schleswig-Holstein
  • Municipality of Karlskrona
  • Municipality of Kalmar
  • Municipality of Aarhus 
  • Guldborgsund Municipality
  • Municipality of Gdansk
  • Polish Union of Active Mobility (PUMA)
  • Vilnius City Municipal Government
  • Municipal enterprise 'Susisiekimo paslaugos'
  • Public transport department Tartu 
  • Tartu City Government
  • UBC Sustainable Cities 
  • Institute of Baltic Studies
  • Kalmar Länstrafik 
  • Union of the Baltic Cities Sustainable Cities Commission c/o Pskov City Administration
  • Riga City Council

Project Description

Many cities across the Baltic Sea Region are struggling with urban traffic, leading to significant congestion, poor air quality, noise and high CO2 emissions. This causes complications in inner city accessibility, jeopardizes traffic safety, causes health problems among the population and reduces their quality of life. Multimodal transport services as an alternative to individual car use are a promising solution to this problem. Cities.MultiModal aims to develop and apply low-threshold approaches to sustainable urban mobility, which are attractive and easy to implement for cities in the Baltic Sea Region. The focus lies on:

  • Multimodal city quarters: Improving connections between sustainable transport modes 
  • Mobility management: Changing individual behavior of mobility 
  • Low carbon accessibility: Public space for walking and accessibility of local supply

For this, the project partners are developing a general mobility management concept with a toolbox. It contains templates for mobility management measures in schools and kindergartens, as well as for companies and investors. Common frameworks, good practice analysis and peer reviews ensure mutual learning within the project consortium. Public authorities, transport companies as well as private companies, schools and the general public are addressed and involved through information activities and training. TUB MuR accompanies the 10 cities in this process, prepares the initial analysis regarding multimodal mobility and leads the result evaluation of the implemented measures, as well as the process evaluation in the project.


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