SEI Tallinn's researchers have concluded the research on demand-responsive transport in the Baltic Sea Region.
The publication - DEMAND-RESPONSIVE TRANSPORT (DRT) IN THE BALTIC SEA REGION AND BEYOND: A mapping study of business models and targeted barrier-enabler analysis for policy makers - gives an overview of DRT experiences in 12 countries and benchmarks these to service models operating within the Baltic Sea Region.
In doing so, it aims to provide an evidence-based analysis to support policymakers to consider innovative, transboundary service designs and concepts, and transfer lessons among the RESPONSE partnership (project partners in Estonia, Denmark, Sweden, Lithuania and Norway).
This is important for policymakers to consider when piloting or scaling DRT services designed to meet the needs of different community users.
Download and read the full report and annexes here: http://response-project.eu/library/mapping-study-of-drt-business-models