On September 20, 2021, the final event of the project “Nachhaltige Mobilität in schleswig-holsteinischen Urlaubsregionen” (Sustainable Mobility in Schleswig-Holstein Holiday Regions) took place, where results were presented and the approximately 80 participants took the opportunity to network. In addition, a practice-oriented guide was presented, which was created as part of the project and is intended to accompany interested stakeholders in the true north – and gladly beyond – on the path to more sustainable tourist mobility. The twelve-page guide contains helpful tips and checklists for tourism and mobility stakeholders and is supplemented by an online toolbox (DE) containing numerous documents and links on the topic.
The Tourismusverband Schleswig-Holstein (Tourism Association of Schleswig-Holstein, TVSH) has commissioned the NIT to support tourist locations and regions in making tourist mobility more climate-friendly and sustainable, but also more attractive and target group-oriented overall. To this end, attractive and environmentally compatible mobility offers are to be developed and communication with guests and stakeholders improved.
The project includes the following building blocks: status quo analysis, regional workshops with tourism and transport stakeholders, support in the development of measures and development of a guide to sustainable mobility in vacation regions. On September 20, 2021, a public closing event was held to present the results.
Processing in cooperation with the traffic planning office urbanus from Lübeck
Client: Tourismusverband Schleswig-Holstein (Tourism Association Schleswig-Holstein, TVSH) with financial support from the Gesellschaft für Energie und Klimsschutz Schleswig-Holstein (Society for Energy and Climate Protection Schleswig-Holstein, EKSH)
Other project supporters with financial participation: NAH.SH, DB Regio Bus for Deutsche Bahn, Nordfriesland County, Ostholstein County, Schleswig-Holstein Chamber of Commerce and Industry
The pilot regions are Amrum and Föhr, Dithmarschen, Fehmarn, Flensburger Förde, Großenbrode, Herzogtum Lauenburg, Holsteinische Schweiz, Lübecker Bucht (in cooperation with Timmendorfer Strand and Ostseeferienland), Ostseefjord Schlei, St. Peter-Ording / Eiderstedt with Friedrichstadt and Tönning.