A key objective of the project is to increase the attractiveness of tourism regions by means of innovative sustainable transport solutions. Gaps in tourism transport systems will be identified, and based on good practise examples existing offers will be improved by means of better information, coordination and service.
Planned activities are a seat reservation system in regional narrow gauge railways and the elaboration of a customized information systems and maps. Other pilot activities will be developed, such as transfer to skiing areas, transfer of hikers and bikers, modern bike rental systems, improvement of bike infrastructure, transportation routes from source regions to tourism destinations (including cross-border routes improvements of sustainable offers in public and bike transportation). Additionaly, new mobility offers will be combined with existing tourism products.
Feasibility study for cross-border intermodal routes completed
The study constitutes an important basis to drive future actions in sustainable transport in the cross-border region of Slovakia and Hungary. Read more
GSEISPUR mobility platform - the regional ACCESS2MOUNTAIN "baby" starts end of May 2013
Fully adequate mobility without private car? Despite massive reductions in the regional public transport offers at the project start of ACCESS2MOUNTAIN, the National Park Gesäuse took up this big challenge and developed a plan for a regional mobility platform driven by regional stakeholders. Now the GSEISPUR, which is an ambiguous, colloquial mixture out of "Gesäuse-Pure" or "Gesäuse-Track", is ready for implementation ... read more.
Optional Access to Mountain: Steam Train or Carriage (Maramures) © Michael Schneeberger
Good-practice in multimodal transport
Core success criteria identified for multimodal approaches to sustainable accessibility of tourist destinations and local mobility. Read more