The final conference of the STEP UP - Sustainable Transport E-Planner UPgrade IT-HR mobility project was held at the Šibenik’s Juraj Šižgorić City Library, on September 10th 2019.
All the project partners present their results of pilot projects implemented as part of the STEP UP
Based on the results of the Intermodal project and the Urban Mobility Master Plan, the City of Šibenik conducted a pilot project connecting Sibenik with the Split and Zadar airports by shuttle bus. “Our advantage is the position that enables us to have airports in the neighboring cities of Zadar and Split, and it is certain that we will continue this pilot project, which has achieved a great result, in the next tourist season,” said Mayor Željko Buric in his opening address.
The conference was also attended by Petar Mišura, Head of the Administrative Department for Economy, Entrepreneurship and Development of the City of Šibenik, project partners and representatives of the Lead Partner Marche Region.
Throughout the day-long program, Siemens will present a project proposal for connecting Sibenik’s islands with electric and hybrid ships, and Dyvolve’s concept of smart mobility based on the Sibenik’s Urban Mobility Master Plan.