The main objective is to improve sustainable accessibility and connection to, between, and in sensitive mountain regions.
Within this main goal there are several single objectives as follows:
Knowledge, awareness and capacity basis for transport problems and solutions with soft mobility established in mountain regions on different levels and for potential users.
Feasibility to increase soft tourist mobility in sensitive mountain regions exemplified in pilot regions; efficient, attractive, and competitive small railways and intermodal transport for tourism development in Alpine and Carpathian areas with similar problems but different backgrounds. Additional benefits for public everyday mobility and in some areas also for environmentally sustainable freight transport.
TRANSNATIONAL MOUNTAIN REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT OBJECTIVE
Strengthened peripheral mountain regions through innovative, competitive offers for – and raised income by – tourism, new accessibility possibilities and follow-up investment.
Reduction of green house gases, pollutant emissions and segmentation, and thus sustained and improved quality of the environment.
MULTI-LEVEL POLICY OBJECTIVE
Started/strengthened policy dialogue between/on transnational and EU level, policy development for the Carpathians; Strengthened strategic cooperation between two distinct transnational geographic areas and the Alpine and the Carpathian Convention.