Saaremaa county was the first municipality in Estonia to start working on a new on-demand transport solution in an effort to provide its residents with a convenient and demand-friendly transportation system. During a year long test period, the solution is available for use to all residents and quests. Their usage statistics and feedback contribute to the continued optimization and development of the solution.
It is important to note that this is a pilot project, during which feedback is gathered from end-users and
operators. This feedback is used to make VEDAS software more usable and optimized for service effectiveness.
During the first period of the service we are operating with only 2 Toyota vehicles. Because of this it might not be possible to serve every request.
We kindly ask for you understanding and hope for your contribution to the development of the solution. We ask the service to be used during daily transport situations and request for feedback when possible.
With gathered feedback and statistics we can continuously update and scale our service and its parameters.
Terms and contitions for the service can be found here: https://www.saaremaavald.ee.
Saaremaa pilot project is accomplished with the co-operation of:
RESPONSE is created to analyze and develop on-demand transport solutions in countries situated near the Baltic
Many transport companies from Norway and Sweden, the Lithuanian city of Kaunas and universities from Denmark
(Aalborg) and Sweden (Karstad)
participate in this project.
RESPONSE is funded from Interreg Baltic Sea Region and the lead partner of the project is Stockholm Environment Institute Tallinn
VEDAS software is financed by:
EAS and Norway Grants have co-financed Modern Mobility OÜ on the implementation of VEDAS software platform development with Estonian-Norway co-operation programme "Green ICT".