Issue 4: Leisure, tourism and commuter mobility
How are mobility and the development of regional structures connected? What solutions are there to fast growing leisure, tourism and commuter mobility?
Task 1: To highlight the connection between mobility and the development of regional structures
Future in the Alps is to gather and process current knowledge on the subject of mobility in the Alps, focusing on the question of how mobility and the development of regional structures in the Alpine region are connected. Future in the Alps is to circulate the existing knowledge throughout the Alps.
Task 2: To raise the awareness of key players and the general public for sustainable mobility solutions
Future in the Alps is to gather examples of good practice within and outside the Alps involving leisure, tourism and commuter mobility. What do successful formulas for ‘a slower pace’ look like? How can key players and the general public be made more aware of sustainable mobility solutions? The Project aims to use this knowledge to bring about changes in behaviour among key players in politics and administration, planners and the general public, and to contribute towards improving the significance of sustainable forms of mobility in the Alps. The examples will be processed and published throughout the Alps.
A team of experts addressed these tasks. The results include an analysis report as well as databases of examples of best/good practice and the relevant publications. These results, which are available in English only, provide the "raw material" used for mediating the know-how. The experts themselves are responsible for the contents of the results.
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