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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.

Facts
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

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

Contact
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