As an update to the BSR electric state of the art analysis, our Estonian partners have analysed the current e-mobility playing field for various modes. Read more to find out here.
As Germany gears up for it's 2030 climate protection plan, the federal government has announced an ambitious goal to reach 1 million charging points by 2030.
The public transport operator in Bergedorf, Hamburg has procured 16 eCitaro e-buses from Daimler Mercedes. A first of it's kind procurement for the district, the buses are 100% electric and have a range of 170 km.
Eetu Simpanen, a student assistant at Turku University of Applied Sciences reports on arrival of dock-less e-scooters in Turku, and his experiences with them.
In this brand new podcast: Understanding user behaviour and how we can change the status quo, as well as designing effective policies that ease people into change.
Helsinki Region Environmental Services Authority (HSY) is piloting promotion campaigns of e-bikes. One user reports- “The moment I hopped on this bike, I realized, there is no return”. More on their activities in the article.
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The transfer into more sustainable traffic is going on; In Finland, the number of sold e-bikes has doubled and the number of operating e-buses more than doubled in the past year.
With 650 participants from 45 countries, 30 parallel sessions in which 150 presentations were held, BSR-Electric was joined by cities.multimodal and SUMBA in the exhibition area with 40 exhibitors, co-representing a set of the Baltic Sea Region’s INTERREG V’s sustainable mobility projects
Along with the 10th Congress of Active mobility in Gdansk, two INTERREG BSR projects exchanged experiences in an the jointly organized afternoon session at the Gdansk European Solidarity Centre. Both our the BSR electric partners as well as the Cities.multimodal project partners provided insights into the latest innovations and use cases.