SaMBA – Sustainable Mobility Behaviours in the Alpine Region

SaMBA is an Interreg Alpine Space project. In SaMBA, 13 project partners from five countries (Italy, France, Austria, Slovenia, and Germany) are examining the high level of dependency on private cars, the mismatch of sustainable transport options, and people’s mobility needs to increase the use of sustainable transport options.

The SAMBA project in work package 3 entails the process of involving stakeholders and residents and key target groups in the preparation and implementation of 2 pilot examples of the introduction of awards/a pricing policy for sustainable mobility. With so-called co-creation workshops with stakeholders, residents and key target groups of the Slovene partners will try to implement changes in the behaviour of stakeholders, residents, and key target groups in the field of sustainable mobility in the Municipality of Bohinj and the Municipality of Tržič. In this way, we will contribute to changes in policies at the local level and proposals for amendments to municipal acts governing the field of sustainable mobility in municipalities.

IPoP was contracted together with the Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts to run 2 pilot cases in Bohinj and Tržič.

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Duration: January 2020 – June 2020

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