SUSMOBTOGG

The SUSMOBTOGG project (2021-2024) focuses on identifying sustainable mobility concepts for rural areas in Switzerland across six work packages. Toggenburg serves as a case study here.

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The SUSMOBTOGG project, running from 2021 to 2024, is dedicated to exploring and identifying innovative sustainable mobility solutions specifically tailored for rural regions in Switzerland. With a comprehensive structure divided into six distinct work packages, the project aims to address the unique challenges and opportunities that rural areas present in terms of mobility. The project's holistic approach includes analyzing current mobility patterns, assessing the potential for sustainable transport solutions, and developing strategies to implement these solutions effectively in rural contexts.

Toggenburg, a region known for its picturesque landscapes and vibrant rural community, has been selected as the focal case study for this project. By examining Toggenburg's existing mobility infrastructure, needs, and constraints, the SUSMOBTOGG project seeks to create a scalable and replicable model for sustainable rural mobility. This endeavor not only aims to enhance the quality of life for the residents of Toggenburg but also serves as a blueprint for other rural areas in Switzerland and beyond, promoting sustainable development and environmental stewardship through innovative mobility concepts.

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2021-2024
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