Sankt Veit im Pongau, Austria, is a village counting around 3,700 people. To decrease car dependency in the area and decongest roads, regional stakeholders designed and implemented a tailored made low-carbon transport strategy targeting the daily mobility of workers.
In the Region of Pongau most people have the habit to use their private car for daily mobility. The State Hospital Sankt Veit im Pongau is a major employer in the region of Pongau, with around 340 employees.
Public transport offers exist in the area but are not always well connected and the importance positive change in altitude does not encourage active mobility such as biking to work. Developed in the framework of the Alpine Space ASTUS project, the Sankt Veit mobility action plan aims to encourage more sustainable and affordable daily mobility.
Discover our in our good practice.21 April 2021