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Cross-border mobility

Tens of thousands of commuters move across national borders every day in the Alpine region. Existing traffic routes, however, were mostly built with a purely national perspective and are not geared to cross-border commuter flows. The result is overloaded roads, noise and pollution for local residents.

In the two-year "Cross-border mobility"-project, the status quo is analysed within the framework of the EUSALP macro-regional strategy for the Alpine region, good examples of cooperation are presented, solutions are sought and concrete action plans with measures are drawn up in selected hotspots.

Project period: 01.01.2018 - 31.12.2019
Total budget: € 698.742
ARPAF funding (Alpine Region Preparatory Action Fund): EU € 628,868
Co-financing by partners: € 65.303

Swiss Association for Mountain Areas (SAB) (Lead Partner)
Amt der Tiroler Landesregierung, Department of Transport Planning
CIPRA International

Wolfgang Pfefferkorn,
Marion Ebster,

Training for operational mobility management

Invitation: Training for operational mobility management in the Alpine region on 3rd and 4th of June 2019 at the Energy Institute Vorarlberg in Dornbirn/Austria.

Commuters‘ Box

Your Toolbox for company mobility management:

Final report: Work package 2

Analysis of existing cross-border commuter mobility relations and networks:

Final report: Work package 3

Collection and analysis of existing co-operation models for cross-border mobility:

Start Exploring: Commuter Cooperation Models

Within the project a set of already existing cooperation models in the Alpine region has been collected. High-potential cooperation models possibly applicable to other Alpine regions have been defined and illustrated in a StoryMap. The following StoryMap will guide you through pre-selected best practice examples of cross-border commuter cooperation models in the Alpine Region.
> Commuter Cooperation Models