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 discussion on the topic and inspire Estonian practitioners, we brought together researchers and practitioners from different corners of Europe for an online workshop on on-demand transport in January 2023.  The […]

CFP RGS-IBG 2023: Citizen participation and transport planning

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 Session organisers: Tauri Tuvikene (Tallinn University), Freke Caset (Ghent University and Vrije Universiteit Brussel), Fitwi Wolday (Institute of Transport Economics – TØI) The field of transport planning has generally lacked […]

Webinar: Experimental methods for sustainable transport – design, inclusion, and learning

On October 19th, Carin PT project partners attended a webinar hosted by K2 – The Swedish Knowledge Center for Public Transport. The webinar presented a recently published book: Experimentation for sustainable transport? Risks, strengths, and governance implications. The overarching ambition of the book is to generate dialogue between research and practice around the phenomenon of […]

Urban Lunch Talk about Envisioning a Sustainable Future (21 Oct)

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 are the dilemmas with public infrastructure development, technically and socially, and which are the ways to address the challenges? What is there to be achieved – what will sustainable urban […]

CARIN-PT Kick-off in Brussels

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 […]