MARA

Mobiliy Lab is participating in a new Interreg project Mobility and Accessibility in Rural Areas. New approaches for developing mobility concepts in remote areas (MARA). The project lasts from 2019-2021.

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.

You can find more information on Estonian Research Information System and on MARA official webpage.

The project is funded by Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme .

The project team of Mobility Lab:

Head of research: Age Poom, age.poom@ut.ee

Other research staff:

Siiri Silm, siiri.silm@ut.ee

Anto Aasa, anto.aasa@ut.ee

Janika Raun, janika.raun@ut.ee

Kristiina Paiste, kristiina.paiste@ut.ee

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