A core Mamba activity is our partners‘ ongoing implementation of nine different innovative pilot projects and actions to improve mobility as well as service accessibility for residents in rural areas. The pilots include transport on demand (ToD) services; car sharing and ride sharing applications; mobility as a service (MaaS) systems; and a broad variety of combined mobility solutions.

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The Mamba project doesn’t operate in a vacuum. Clearly, a lot of innovation is already going on in the Baltic Sea Region when it comes to sustainable and smart mobility solutions for rural areas. An important part of the Mamba project is to collect and analyze these good practice mobility examples from across the region and make them easy to find and compare through a public database.

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One important goal of MAMBA is to include users and grassroots organisations in the design of new rural mobility solutions. Through seminars, workshops and study visits, users and other stakeholders will be invited to try out and evaluate local pilot actions and Mobility Centres. Two annual, transnational partner meetings and a major final conference are also part of the project. We will inform you about our upcoming events here.

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Maximising mobility and accessibility of services in rural areas of the Baltic Sea Region

Demographic change, an ageing population and limited public finances, endanger the accessibility of services, goods and social life in many rural areas in the Baltic Sea Region (BSR). It is becoming increasingly difficult to ensure not only individual “people-to-service” mobility, but also the supply of “service-to-people” mobility (e.g. home care for elderly or various delivery services) in these sparsely populated regions. The MAMBA project aims to improve both dimensions of mobility through a number of activities.

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One important goal of MAMBA is to include users and grassroots organisations in the design of new mobility solutions for rural areas, to make sure that users get what they need. Through workshops and study visits, users and other stakeholders will be able to try out and evaluate local pilot actions and Mobility Centres. Results and learnings from these events will be collected in a manual for self-organised mobility, addressing grassroots initiatives throughout the Baltic Sea Region.

 

Are you a user or developer of a rural mobility service, please contact us to learn how you could contribute – and check out our Events page!

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Mamba partners include: