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"Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme" project MLTOM19298I
MLTOM19298I "Mobility and Accessibility in Rural Areas. New approaches for developing mobility concepts in remote areas (1.01.2019−30.06.2021)", Janika Raun, University of Tartu, Faculty of Science and Technology, Institute of Ecology and Earth Sciences.
MLTOM19298I
Mobiilsus ja ligipääsetavus maapiirkonnas. Äärealade mobiilsuskontseptsioonide uued käsitlused
Mobility and Accessibility in Rural Areas. New approaches for developing mobility concepts in remote areas
MARA
1.01.2019
30.06.2021
R&D project
Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme
ETIS classificationSubfieldCERCS classificationFrascati Manual classificationPercent
1. Biosciences and Environment1.10. Geography and Regional StudiesS230 Social geography 1.5 Earth and related environmental sciences100,0
InstitutionCountryType
Euroopa Komisjon
PeriodSum
01.01.2019−30.06.2021179 987,50 EUR
179 987,50 EUR

MARA projektis tegeletakse äärealade liikuvuse kaardistamise ja uuenduslike ärimudelite väljatöötamisega piirkonna kättesaadavuse ja liikuvusvõimaluste parendamiseks. Projekt keskendub Läänemere-äärsete riikide maapiirkondi teenindava mere- ja maismaatranspordi lahendustele. Projekti käigus töötab Tartu Ülikooli mobiilsusuuringute labor välja rahvastiku mobiilsuse seiremonitori ja tegeleb kestlike liikuvuslahenduse mudelite kontseptsiooni loomisega.
MARA project is targeting to increase the accessibility of remote areas. It involves analysing the current mobility needs of residents and tourists, developing new alternative mobility concepts in remote areas and related digital tools, and improving stakeholder involvement in the elaboration of mobility plans. Project addresses both maritime and terrestrial remote areas in the Baltic Sea Regions. In the framework of the project, the Mobility Lab of the University of Tartu is developing a Population Mobility Monitor and conceptual business models for sustainable mobility in remote areas.
Description in EstonianPercent
Basic Research70,0
Applied Research30,0
InstitutionRoleCountryTypeComment
Bialystok University of TechnologypartnerPolanduniversity
Dalarna UniversitypartnerSwedenuniversity
Finnish Environment InstitutepartnerFinlandR&D institution
Hajnowka DistrictpartnerPoland
Ministry of Energy, Infrastructure and Digitalisation; Mecklenburg –VorpommerncoordinaatorGermany
Petrozavodsk City AdministrationpartnerRussian Federation
Setesdal Regional CouncilpartnerNorway
Swedish Transport AdministrationpartnerSweden
Tourist Information Center of the Republic of KareliapartnerRussian Federation
Vidzeme Planning RegionpartnerLatvia
Vilnius Gediminas Technical UniversitypartnerLithuaniauniversity