All these themes were further developed in a four-year CIVITAS ECCENTRIC project funded by the EU’s Horizon 2020 programme.
The Path of Light comprises both old and familiar sites as well as new illuminated areas, and its lights will be lit on 28 November with the city’s
An international idea competition for the Linnanniemi area was held in spring 2020 with the objective of finding a comprehensive overall idea and v
Altogether 127 proposals from both Finland and abroad were submitted for the competition concerning this unique area surrounding the Turku Castle.
In total, 71 proposals were submitted for the competition. Of these, 53 were addressed to the series Vivid city centre.
The City of Turku is launching an artificial intelligence-based advice bot for spreading awareness of coronavirus guidelines. Named Åbot, the purpose of the advice bot is to ensure that the City of Turku’s current coronavirus guidelines are accessible in all of the most notable languages used in Turku.
The challenge is done in part with the city’s Smart and Wise Turku -project, which focuses on creating more usable open data for the city
The City of Turku plays a pivotal role nationally as a hub for technology and science, and this role is being strengthened all the time.
Due to the covid-19 situation and cancellation of the Award Ceremony of 4 March at European Parliament, European Commissioner for Energy Ka
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
The unique history and the maritime nature of Linnanniemi area are important features in the construction and planning of urban public spaces.
Research and Development Coordinator Miia Jylhä from Lounais-Suomen Jätehuolto (LSJH) says that in order for materials to be reuse
The rationale behind resource wisdom
Various vehicles have been tested from electric bikes to scooters and electric mopeds.
- Föli bikes are an excellent and visible means of travel which completes the public transport services provided by the City of Turku.
The City of Turku is co-organizing together with Elisa a hackathon competition, as an official side event for SHIFT.
The experiment is part of the new concept for guidance and the Guidance Ecosystem-project that aims at developing city guidance.
The region of Turku will need thousands of new professionals to ensure the continuation of the economic growth also in the next few years.