Who we are
Institute for development of sustainable infrastructure and mobility of all
Established in 2018, with big steps toward re-establishing missing links and upgrading railway network in Slovenia and its neighbours, while simultaneously re-opening all railway border crossings.
Mobilitatis Omni institute develops cross-border railways and long-distance cycling routes through the integration of the economy and policy including the intersection of mobility of all, sport, and public health. The vision of the institute is to develop documentation for sustainable transport and energy infrastructure in the entire cross-border, Central European area of Slovenia and its four neighbours—Italy, Austria, Hungary, and last but not least, Croatia—for which, according to initial estimates, there are many opportunities.
In the meantime, several other members approached the institute. Currently, Mobilitatis Omni has more than dozen organizational members. Membership of the institute is growing steadily. We accept also personal-based membership in the MBTT Club.
The leadership team of the institute
Marko Savić is director of the institute.
Peter Beznec is the future president of the institutes' council.
Marko Savić is a starter and co-founder of the Mobilitatis Omni institute. Savić is also a Senior Lecturer in Design Management at the Faculty of Design. From 2018 interdisciplinary doctoral student of the Environmental Protection.
Peter Beznec is a Director of the Centre for Health and Development Murska Sobota and future President of the Mobilitatis Omni institutes’ council.
We designed a proposal of three core and nine inter-regional railway corridors. That is how we are going to upgrade and reopen all railway crossings of Slovenia with our neighbours in Austria, Croatia, Hungary, and Italy.
Vision of the institute
By 2030 we will increase railway kilometres lenght in Slovenia from 1,207 railway kilometres to 1,370 railway kilometres.
Out of all those lines, 156 kilometres will be new electrified double railway tracks and 22 new electrified single railway tracks.
The rest of the 841 kilometres of railway tracks will be in the upgrade or with a plan to upgrade.