Transport systems in central Europe often show a lack of integration between modes of transport, resulting in weak local, regional and transnational accessibility. Disparities in appropriate connections within and among centres of urbanisation often contribute to an unbalanced territorial development. While an emerging range of services in the ‘sharing economy’ starts showing their benefits in urban and densely populated areas, their successful application on a regional scale including rural areas and other specific territorial contexts remains to be proven.
SHAREPLACE aims at promoting, facilitating and enhancing the opportunities and capability of sharing and efficiently exploiting resources as a crucial factor for a sustainable and balanced territorial and socio-economic development. SHAREPLACE will develop an innovative approach for planning and delivering sustainable mobility services in central Europe, integrating conventional and flexible mobility services, as well as market-based and peer-to-peer sharing approaches in order to optimise and maximise the potential benefits for the transport networks.
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Workpackage T4 aims at consolidating the SHAREPLACE vision on collaborative approaches and shared mobility validated through pilot experiences, support knowledge transfer fostering the adoption of the SHAREPLACE strategy by policymakers and service providers on a broader scale.
The communication concept asdpted by SHAREPLACE is based on: engaging stakeholders around living labs and communities, animating the debate around shared mobility options to improve connectivity. Further transferring tools for planning and implementing innovative services and engaging decision makers is intended.
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