Baltic Sea region transitioning into eco-friendly autonomous last mile public transportation

Public transport is not as flexible and accessible as private cars are in the Baltic Sea region. The project works towards increasing the attractiveness of public transport by improving offered services and introducing automated driverless electric minibuses, especially for the first and last mile of the journey. It proposes recommendations for environmentally friendly and smart automated public transport and guidelines on the organisational set-up.

Priority 3 - Sustainable transport, Environmentally friendly urban mobility. Project budget EUR 3.9 million 

Project partners

Metropolia University of Applied Sciences (FI), lead partner
Forum Virium Helsinki (FI)
Finnish Transport Safety Agency (FI)
Helsinki Region Transport Authority HSL (FI)
FLOU Solutions Ltd (FI)
Tallinn University of Technology (EE)
Tallinn Transport Department (EE)
Chalmers University of Technology (SE)
Zemgale Planning Region (LV)
Institute fro Climate Protection, Energy and Mobility (DE)
The City of Gdansk (PL)
The Municipality of Kongsberg (NO)
The Municipality of Vejle (DK)

 

Contact Information

Milla Åman, Communications Manager / milla.aman @ metropolia.fi / GSM +358 50 342 0341