One of the critical tasks of the RESPONSE project which aim is to develop demand-responsive transport (DRT) in rural areas of the Baltic Sea region, is to create a Demand-Responsive Transport (DRT) cost and demand prognostication model. Recently SEI Tallinn conducted a public procurement to secure a service provider who would develop the model and related guidance material. The successful offer was submitted by Spare Labs.
How does a pandemic and introduction of pilots change passengers’ travel behaviour and perceived accessibility amongst vulnerable groups? RESPONSE partner Värmland Region in Sweden is launching a customer survey to find out. Here's the overview by Sebastian Tay Hannebo from Värmland.