From following the footprints of a fabled giant on the Elster Valley Railway from Saxony to Cheb, to calling an on-demand bus in a village near Trieste - our project makes it all possible.
The 5th partner meeting took place in Graz, Austria.
What have the footprints of a giant got to do with the Elster Valley Railway? How did the ZVV, the Authority for local public transport Vogtland, introduce their new marketing campaign?
The 4th parnter meeting and the City Industry Dialogue Conference took place in Brno, Czech Republic.
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Hear more about Trieste Trasporti's pilot project of an on-demand transport service in the peripheral area of Trieste.
The 3rd meeting of the projects' Steering Committee was held between 21 and 23 November in Venice. Attached to the meeting there was a site visit to Trieste.
During the session "Unlocking the periphery - concepts to access and connect less densely populated areas", Georg Werdermann, Communication Manager of Peripheral Access will present selected project activies.
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During her study tour Elsa Bergery has interviewed several project partners. The interviews are now online.
In the frame of Peripheral Access, Elsa traveled through Central Europe meeting with partners and experiencing herself transport facilities in rural and suburban areas. Reports on Youtube and social media.
For the second time, partners met in Balassagyarmat and Hollókó in northern Hungary. Discussions about reports, finances and deliverables, but also site visits in rural areas, were organised by partners from KTI.
Our partner KTI Institute for Transport Sciences Non Profit Ltd organised the Summer University in Budapest to facilitate an exchange on sustainable mobility in rural areas between different stakeholders.
The German Association welcomes Elsa, a volunteer from the Interreg Volunteer Youth (IVY) Initiative. She will support the project to become better known among professionals and the wider European community.
All project partners met for the first time in Lubin the to discuss core communication, management and finance issues.
Peripheral Access' first meeting with the Lead Partner and Work Package Leaders took place in Graz, Austria. A basic working structure and a detailed work plan were defined.