Olsztyn City, Poland

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Population

agglomeration: 234,165
city: 173,070

Land area

88 km2

Population density

1959 inhabitants/km2


Olsztyn is a multifunctional economic, research and cultural centre of the Warmia and Mazury region what results in growing number of cars in the city and urban sprawl. Consequently, it causes serious problems with congestion, parking and other mobility issues.

To solve them, the city develops its public transport system with particular focus on the tram network reintroduced after 50 years. Moreover, a co-operation between the city and the surrounding municipalities has been started to expand the PT on the suburbs.

Modal Split

29
34
37
Year 2007

Source:

Surveys

Year

2007

PT
Walk
Car

Contact person for Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning

Monika Stankiewicz

Telephone: +48 89 523 61 20
Email: eustankiewicz.monikaolsztyn
City website:http://www.olsztyn.eu
Political representative: Piotr Grzymowicz, Mayor

Participation in previous and current EU transport related projects

  • SUMBA (2017 - 2021)   (show/hide more information)
    SUMBA will develop and test tools that help urban and transport planners to assess, plan, and integrate intermodal mobility solutions into transport plans and policies of their cities and municipalities (with particular focus on commuting issues). It is an Interreg Baltic Sea Region project (Interreg BSR).
  • CIVITAS Forum Network
  • CIVINET Polska

Status of the Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan

Olsztyn and surrounding municipalities adopted “Mobility Plan for Olsztyn Functional Urban Area 2025” in the end of 2017. It is SUMP for Olsztyn and its FUA.

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