Project introduction

Adria.MOVE IT

promotes sustainable mobility for improvement of quality of life in the Adriatic area and greater efficiency and safety of traffic

Adria.MOVE IT! project joins together Adriatic coastal cities which face similar issues when it comes to mobility due to specific spatial and historical circumstances. Congested traffic is the result of the historical heritage of compact cities at unique spatial location which were not designed for car use, and tremendous increase of population in peak tourist season. With transfer of best practices and joint solutions on sustainable mobility transfer of good practice among similar cities will be ensured and money will be more effectively spent. On the basis of this, the City of Dubrovnik (Croatia), Municipality of Piran (Slovenia) and Municipality of Kotor (Montenegro) initiated preparation of a project nicknamed Adria.MOVE IT! that was joined by the Cities of Umag (Croatia) and Novigrad (Croatia) and Municipality of Lopar (Croatia). The project promotes sustainable mobility for improvement of quality of life in the Adriatic area and greater efficiency and safety of traffic by promoting improvement of mobility and accessibility through more sustainable transport solutions and increased quality and attractiveness of public transport.