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The Cities.Multimodal project of the Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme focuses on developing and implementing strategic approaches and integrated solutions towards safer and more efficient transportation systems. The project wants to develop walking, cycling, public transport and car-sharing as an environmentally friendly alternative to driving.


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On May 26, Olga Iakimenko, ICSER Leontief Centre, Green Mobility Partnership Initiative Coordinator, and Kristina Kobyz, Chair of the Committee for Cross-Border Cooperation and Tourism at Pskov City Administration, made a presentation at the training seminar organized by the Union of the Baltic Cities as part of the project “Cities.Multimodal — Urban Transport System in Transition Towards Low Carbon Mobility” of the Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme 2014-2020.

Olga Iakimenko presented detailed information about the Pskov Sustainable Urban Development Plan. The plan is based on the modern techniques of assessing the situation combined with a single approach, which aims to make Pskov a comfortable and accessible city with a high-quality urban environment, innovation and cultural development and vibrant city life. Kristina Kobyz told partners about the implementation of the Cities.Multimodal project in Pskov and about the work on the Pskov Sustainable Urban Development Plan 2030.

The seminar was attended by over 20 participants: representatives of the Committee for Cross-Border Cooperation and Tourism at Pskov City Administration, as well as project partners from Tartu, Riga, Helsinki and Rostock.

 

On May 24, an online master class for schoolchildren, aimed to make the pilot street in Pskov safe and comfortable, was held. The master class was held as part of the project “Cities.Multimodal — Urban Transport System in Transition Towards Low Carbon Mobility” of the Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme 2014-2020. The master class brought together over 40 participants: Pskov’s schoolchildren, city officials and experts.

During the discussion, participants shared their vision of what should be done to boost safety and comfort in the streets of Pskov. The schoolchildren were told about the project by Olga Iakimenko, ICSER Leontief Centre, Green Mobility Partnership Initiative Coordinator. The schoolchildren got acquainted with the “scale of urban environment needs based on the children’s and teenagers’ perspective”, according to which they assessed the city districts of Pskov. The scale reflects the needs of parents and children depending on the age and helps develop common and specific solutions for children, teenagers and youth living in Pskov.

 

On May 21, Olga Iakimenko, ICSER Leontief Centre, Green Mobility Partnership Initiative Coordinator, held the online meeting featuring the focus group partners for the project “Cities.Multimodal — Urban Transport System in Transition Towards Low Carbon Mobility” of the Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme 2014-2020. The focus group partners included the Pskov city officials, business and experts.

The meeting focused on the Pskov Sustainable Urban Development Plan. The plan is based on the modern techniques of assessing the situation combined with a single approach, which aims to make Pskov a comfortable and accessible city with a high-quality urban environment, innovation and cultural development and vibrant city life. The meeting also showcased the results of the Sustainable Mobility and Urban Environment Research.