We present you Project partners stories about successfully finished pilot actions. Also, we continue to monitor other ongoing actions and stories in other partner regions.
For the implementation of the first Citizen Busses in Saxony-Anhalt, the project team and its partners can rely on the support of experienced Citizen Bus operators. Following the invitation of partners from Brandenburg, representatives of the Lead Partner and from Saxony-Anhalt`s pilot regions participated in a study trip to Dallgow-Döberitz on 28 August 2017.
In the upcoming weeks starts the Hungarian pilot relating to the RUMOBIL transport development program at the Nagykálló-Nyíregyháza bus line.
The pilot operation in Vysočina (CZ) started in March this year. It includes several new public bus transport connections, which are running in four different localities and provide connection from small rural municipalities to towns and cities of local and regional importance.
The official start of the pilot activity will be on September 19th in Castelfranco Emilia, where the pilot will take place, with press conference.
Osterburg has been awarded as one out of two municipalities in Saxony-Anhalt to improve the local mobility by testing a “Citizen Bus”. Citizen busses, in German “Bürgerbusse”, complement the local public transport services in peripheral regions.
Two hungarian project partners, Self-government of Szabolcs-Szatmár-Bereg County and Municipality of Nagykálló advertised within a RUMOBIL project a drawing competition for elementary schools.
The partner meeting on 8 & 9 June 2017 in Zilina (SK) came shortly after the first year of the project lifetime has been completed. Here you can read a full report.
A pilot-project for excursion trains, carried out by HŽ Putnički prijevoz, is coming along nicely. Excursion trains from Zagreb to Karlovac County and the Town of Ozalj, project beneficiary, started their operation in March, and the sixth and seventh train will already run in June.
During the summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro in 2016, an Olympic centre was opened on the Coast of Lipno Dam, where the people could try many of the Olympic sports and watch the live broadcast from Rio de Janeiro.
For his study trip in the RUMOBIL Project, aMo visited MPK that is the public transport operator in Cracow, in October 2016.
How to make a sculpture of straw, how to plant vegetables, how to make homemade strudel or natural detoxifying cream – you will be able to learn all this with the RUMOBIL's tourist train from Zagreb to Ozalj. The ride starts on Saturday April 22, 2017.
An amazing beginning of an interesting story! The first tourist train started its operation on the Zagreb – Ozalj – Zagreb route on Saturday, March 25, 2017. This was one of a total of 8 RUMOBIL project pilot activities carried out by the Croatian partner, HŽ Putnički prijevoz, with the user, the Town of Ozalj.
Eight local strategies first and then one common strategy with recommendations for the improvement of the mobility in rural area – that will be the main result of project RUMOBIL. This complex and responsible job leads Francesco Misso from T Bridge
With the official launch of RUMOBIL programs started one of the county’s important development projects, in which plays a key role the studying good practices used in partner countries, as well as it’s applying in the own region and own part of the projects.
Transport for London today announced two more bus routes will run exclusively electric buses as part of its plans to tackle the capital’s toxic air pollution.
Representatives of the project partners from Czech Republic visited the transport association Verkehrsverbund Rhein-Neckar (VRN) in Mannheim to see how this association provides public transport services within the territory of three German federal states - Baden-Wuerttemberg, Rhineland-Palatinate and Hesse.
The Vysocina Region launched a competition entitled „We live for public transport“ for students of elementary and secondary schools in the region. The competition task is to draw a picture that shows the main problem of public transport in a city or a village where students live.
The RUMOBIL Project is currently at 25% of the full duration and it is going according to the anticipated pace. The second parteners' meeting took place in Ozalj and Zagreb in Croatia.
10. 3. 2017.
The first quarter of the project RUMOBIL is already over and we have used this occasion to get an overall assessment of a representative of the lead partner, the Ministry for Regional Development and Transport of Saxony-Anhalt, Arne Ehritt.
Partners’ workshop in Croatia is coming up. The event will take place in Zagreb on 1st and Ozalj on 2nd of March. Ozalj will also be the end station for the tourist trains which are part of the pilot activities in RUMOBIL. All interested stakeholders are welcome to join us.
Zagreb - Tea and Martin made the best invitation for tourist trains, which will drive between Zagreb and Ozalj, within the pilot-project lead by HŽ passenger transport. Their solution was the best among many entries for the Croatian transnational competition which promoted the start of RUMOBIL activities in Croatia.
On 30 November 2016, lead partner invited stakeholders to a workshop in Magdeburg,
Rumobil was presented in Zagreb on 24th of November 2016 in front of the Pro-rail alliance members and their guests which were mostly transport professionals.
01. 06. 2016.
31. 05. 2019.
RUMOBIL will support transnational cooperation between public authorities and their transport entities. These are confronted with a similar challenge to respond to pressures on regional public transport systems caused by demographic change in peripheral areas.
Working together in RUMOBIL will provide them with a platform to exchange knowledge, to generate learning through launching pilot applications of state-of-the art tools and solutions, and to revise their transport policies to better suit changing mobility needs.
Main outputs of RUMOBIL will therefore be pilot actions, the elaboration of a RUMOBIL strategy and policy-decisions to implement this strategy in the eight partner regions through an improvement of their transport plans. Pilot actions allow testing a number of innovative applications during a period of 12 to 18 months how sparsely populated peripheral areas can be better linked to a primary, secondary or tertiary transport node (access to European and national passenger transport networks).
The transnational RUMOBIL strategy indicates to central Europe regions innovative and transferable public transport approaches - based on jointly analysed good practices, the combined knowledge of the partners and involved stakeholders, learning from the pilots, and fresh ideas put forward through a transnational social media-based competition. The strategies’ implementation across the partner regions is prepared through work papers focussing on different aspects of transport policies and forecasts how demand for public transport will develop in coming years. Finally, decisions to revise the transport plans in light of the RUMOBIL strategy are introduced to policy-makers. Communication activities will lead to political support for a change of transport policies and the strategy’s adoption beyond the partner areas. All outcomes will be jointly assessed in site-visits, transnational workshops and a coordinated evaluation under the hospices of research institutions participating in RUMOBIL.