As there are more than 200 ports operating in the Baltic Sea Region, the thematic on how to develop the mobility surrounding the ports in a holisti
All these themes were further developed in a four-year CIVITAS ECCENTRIC project funded by the EU’s Horizon 2020 programme.
The basis of the scenario work is the development objectives of the city centre approved by the City Council, according to which the city centre mu
Kauppiaskatu’s and Yliopistonkatu’s crossing closes on Monday 29th of July due to renovations on the Market Square.
In Turku, the new departures are seen as a sign of the improved economic situation, and the addition also indicates a growth in the numbers of pass
The survey is part of a research project ”Holistic Urban and Peri-urban Mobility”. The questionnaire surveys the mobility of the citizens in Turku region and will take a closer look at the harbour area. We are interested in your daily mobility patterns, preferences for neighborhood characteristics and your attitudes towards travel. These findings will be utilized in transportation planning.