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Christine Zehetgruber

Christine Zehetgruber

Christine Zehetgruber studied spatial planning with a focus on sustainable development in rural areas at the Technical University of Vienna and has been working for the Viennese planning office “komobile w7” for 8 years now. Christine Zehetgruber is experienced in the management and coordination of cooperative projects especially in the field of sustainable mobility, thereunder the LAST MILE project in Interreg Europe. Besides, she is managing the Austrian national consultancy programme “Mobility Management for Leisure and Tourism” (klimaaktiv mobil). Furthermore, Christine is involved in different planning projects at local and regional level.

Abstract

THE LAST MILE PROJECT – IMPROVING FRAMEWORK CONDITIONS FOR FLEXIBLE LAST-MILE SOLUTIONS IN RURAL TOURIST REGIONS IN THE LONG TERM

The presentation highlights outcomes of the 4-year project LAST MILE (Interreg Europe, 2016-2020), in which 6 regional authorities in Europe had taken inspiration from each other in order to improve framework conditions for the realization of (touristic) flexible transport solutions in their regions. First improvements could already be implemented.