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In a workshop held on June 13th, the Flanders Carin-PT team, in collaboration with key partners, embarked on a journey to shape the Flanders Urban Living Labs.
On DRT, TOD, Micro-Mobility and Transport Pricing: Best Practices and Concerns from Tallinn and Beyond
On 27 April 2023 the event “Integrated Public Transport in Urban Regions” took place in Tallinn. The afternoon was dedicated to deepening the four central
On Thursday 27 April, transport planners, professionals consultants and representatives of municipalities from the Tallinn city region came together with researchers from the CARIN-PT team
Join and discuss multimodal mobility in the Tallinn city region and be inspired by international best practices from Belgium, Norway and Sweden. Location: Kultuurikatel (Stalker
On-demand mobility in Belgium, the Netherlands, Spain and Estonia: Key challenges for integrated, efficient and sustainable on-demand systems
On-demand mobility is one of the central themes of the CARIN-PT project with its interest in integrated and just public transport (PT). To initiate cross-Europe
CFP: RGS-IBG Annual International Conference in London (29 August to 1 September 2023) Citizen participation and transport planning: exploring the potential of urban living labs
8 December 2022 | CET 13:00-15:00 | Hybrid
On 30 September 2022, the state awards for the best public transport projects in Estonia were presented. We took advantage of the gathering of a
On October 19th, Carin PT project partners attended a webinar hosted by K2 – The Swedish Knowledge Center for Public Transport. The webinar presented a
The upcoming talk about public infrastructures will involve discussions on the envisioned future of urban infrastructures based on the latest research and innovation knowledge. What
On the 19th of April, the project partners met in Brussels to launch the Carin-PT. The next 3 years, researchers from Sweden, Estonia, Norway and Belgium will collaborate on capacity building on the subject of public transport in relation to the built environment.
The partners aim to produce understandings on the organisational, political and social aspects of public transport. In co-creation with stakeholders, civil servants and citizens, the research will look at different forms of mobility (traditional and flexible public transport, fares and ticketing, integration of micro-mobility services) to develop practical working solutions for both policy and transport […]
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