Young and mobile in Szczecinek, Klaipeda and Greifswald 

Your TASK

Propose your ideas how mobility situation of your city could be improved!

Win one of three prizes along with an opportunity to participate in the BAYinTRAP summercamps in Szczecinek (Poland), Greifswald (Germany) and Klaipeda (Lithuania).

Here you find the registration form (click me)

Conditions (short term)

For official Rules and Regulations of BAYinTRAP  Young and mobile in Szczecinek/Greifswald /Klaipeda Competition click here
Runtime:

17.02.2014-14.04.2014 in Szczecinek/ Klaipeda/Greifswald

Prizes:

Klaipeda: tickets public transport

Szczecinek: cinema tickets

Greifswald: Amazon gift Card

Submission:

in English language only

Who can participate:

You must be between 16 and 19 years old and attending to a school in Poland, Lithuania or Germany

Group participation:

You can build a group with a maximum number of 3 persons

Possibility to send via E-Mail:

best on a PDF File, additional material like pictures/drawings, photos, films or other material can be attached you. You can also use the registration form which you find here.

Submission also possible by sending a letter to:

for German participants:

ATI erc gGmbH
Steffi Groth
Hagenower Str. 73
19061 Schwerin

for Polish participants:
SAPIK
ul. Wyszyńskiego 65
78 400 Szczecinek

for Lithuanian participants:

Klaipeda Public Transport
Daukanto Street 15
92235 Klaipėda

Submission date:  

No later than March 31st 2014

 

 

The results of the competition in Klaipeda

 

1st Prize

Idea name: Problems for bicycles in the city Team captain Ieva Vasiliauskaitė This work raised some problems visible for common bicycle users in the city: obstacles on bicycle tracks, incorrect road sign markings, also some safety issues concerning sharing of joint pedestrian/ bike paths between commuters. One of the suggested ideas is already established – separated lines for bicycles were isolated on the road in the old town of Klaipėda (Tiltų st.), leaving the sidewalks only for pedestrians. For other mentioned infrastructure problems there is also some funding appointed in this year’s budget of Klaipėda municipality.

2nd Prize

Idea name: Improving bicycle transport in Klaipeda city Team captain Bernardas Zakaras Main topic of this work was to implement some public transport means to transport bicycles through the city in case of emergency or just in need to reach some specific destinations without using the bicycle itself. The proposed means were buses or taxis. The result today is that after a request from a regional municipality representative and with cooperation with 1 PT carrier, 2 vehicles were embedded with bicycle mounts with a possibility to carry up to 3 full size bicycles. Those 2 vehicles were assigned to drive in the outskirts of the city where no bicycle tracks are established, so that people could avoid driving on the road in these areas.

Link to an article (in Lithuanian):

3rd Prize

Idea name: Youth lines Team Captain Jonas Viršilas Main idea of this work was to establish new Bus lines (youth line) throughout the city with interconnecting mini/midi buses between them. Keynote of this would be that every single spot in the city could be reached with no more than 2 bus transfers.

 

The results of the competition in Szczecinek

The Jury decided two award three equivalent awards to all three works which are:

  • Alternative means of urban transport in Szczecinek by Karolina Bartkowska
  • Public transport in Szczecinek by Adrianna Zienkiewicz
  • Young and mobile in Szczecinek – like  and don’t like by Wojciech Romańczuk Wojciech Bereszyński

The results of the competition in Greifswald

  • 1st Prize: Idea name: Call a bus – Team captain Karl Lange
  • 2nd Prize: Idea name: Bike racks on buses – Team captain Michael Schmidt
  • 3rd Prize: Idea name: Free Wifi on the bus – Team captain Martin Hase