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Connecting regions to European transport networks

Connecting regions to European transport networks

The trans-European transport networks carry a large share of long-distance freight transport across Europe. But connections between the main nodes of these networks and rural or peripheral regions are rather weak, with negative consequences for transport operators. The ACCESSMILE project improves the accessibility of such regions with the networks. To this end, the partners pilot new strategies and action plans to optimise IT processes ...

Making mobility more demand-responsive

Making mobility more demand-responsive

Sustainable mobility offers are improving across central Europe but the various modes are not always seamlessly connected with each other. Such integration is especially challenging in sparsely populated regions but also cities struggle to meet customer expectations perfectly well. The DREAM_PACE develops demand-responsive transport concepts for regional mobility networks. The partners develop a strategy to integrate these into sustainable urban mobility plans and test ...

Putting freight on rail

Putting freight on rail

To reduce carbon emissions, more goods need to be moved by rail. But currently, most freight is still transported on central Europe’s roads due to rail infrastructure gaps that reduce competitiveness. The Rail4Regions project helps transport planners to integrate regional rail lines into European freight networks. The partners develop solutions to optimise regional rail lines and access points and create action plans to encourage ...

Improving mobility in border regions

Improving mobility in border regions

Leaving the car at home remains challenging for people in sparsely populated areas close to borders. Too often, there are simply no satisfying public transport offers available. The SUSTANCE project involves a wide range of transport stakeholders to co-design innovative mobility services and governance schemes that will help public authorities to change this. In this process, the partners deploy amongst others customised intervention action ...