Traffic, noise and air pollution, negative experiences for guests: how to manage increasing tourist flows in the Dolomites? For the second year, the Trentino and Alto Adige areas cooperated in the #Dolomitesvives project to reduce individual traffic on the Sella Pass/Sellajoch and encourage a more sustainable tourist mobility. From 23rd July to 31st August 2018 the transit of private vehicles was limited between 9 a.m and 4 p.m., with a maximum of cars allowed per time slot. There was no limit for those who chose public transport, cable cars, walking or cycling. All information on bus stops, #Dolomitesvives infopoints, control points and tourist information centres was available at Mobility – DolomitesVives to facilitate tourists. The project results were presented at the II Dolomites UNESCO Forum held in Sesto/Sexten (BZ) on October 1st 2018.