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ACCESSMILE

Project overview

Improving ACCESSibility of last MILE connections of rural and peripheral regions to main TEN-T nodes in Central Europe through ICT

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 related to transport flows, gates and cargo bundling.

2,21m €

Project Budget

80%

of the Budget is funded by ERDF

Layer 1

7

Countries

10

Regions

11

Partners

3

Pilots

Duration

Start date

End date

Project progress

39%

Project partnership

Project partners

Italia (IT)

Lead partner

Port Network Authority of the Eastern Adriatic Sea

Special projects unit
Address
via Karl Ludwig von Bruck 3
34144 Trieste
Country
Italy (IT)
Web
www.porto.trieste.it

Project partner

Address
Via Sommacampagna 61
37137 Verona
Country
Italy (IT)
Web
www.zailog.it
Total partner budget
181,280 €
Special Projects and Innovation Unit
Address
Via del Molo 1
19126 La Spezia
Country
Italy (IT)
Web
www.adspmarligureorientale.it
Total partner budget
204,620 €
Strategic Development Department
Address
Vojkovo nabrežje 38
6501 Koper
Country
Slovenia (SI)
Web
https://www.luka-kp.si/en/
Total partner budget
200,300 €
Address
Riva 1
51000 Rijeka
Country
Croatia (HR)
Web
www.portauthority.hr
Total partner budget
183,400 €
Address
Hart 100
9586 Fürnitz
Country
Austria (AT)
Web
www.lca-sued.at
Total partner budget
184,500 €
Address
Weiss Manfred str. 5-7
1211 Budapest
Country
Hungary (HU)
Web
www.containercenter.hu
Total partner budget
191,440 €
Address
Elnök utca 1
1089 Budapest
Country
Hungary (HU)
Web
www.rsoe.hu
Total partner budget
202,050 €
Address
Eugeniusza Kwiatkowskiego 60
81-127 Gdynia
Country
Poland (PL)
Web
www.bct.gdynia.pl
Total partner budget
184,300 €
Address
Ul. Chorzowska 150
40101 Katowice
Country
Poland (PL)
Web
www.gruber-logistics.com
Total partner budget
204,100 €
Address
Ost-West-Straße 32
18147 Rostock
Country
Germany (DE)
Web
http://www.rostock-port.de
Total partner budget
184,600 €

Roadmap

News

Our delegation at Connecting Europe Facility Days 2024.

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NEWS

09.04.2024

Our delegation at Connecting Europe Facility Days 2024.

Hosted by the ACCESS2NAPA CEF project stand, a delegation from ACCESSMILE project attended the Connecting Europe Days 2024 - held in Brussels from 2th April to 5th - showing the great sinergies in digitalization and last mile investments with other co-funded projects, specifically with Connecting Europe Facility programme ...

ACCESSMILE project presented in Gdynia.

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NEWS

18.03.2024

ACCESSMILE project presented in Gdynia.

On 13.03.2024 Baltic Container Terminal, Gdynia took part in the webinar organized by local authorities together with the Ministry of Funds and Regional Cooperation and the Contact Point of the National Interreg Fund for potential participants in Interreg projects. During the Webinar, a power point presentation was presented disseminating information ...

Creating synergies on IT applied to multimodal transport along TEN-T networks

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NEWS

10.10.2023

Creating synergies on IT applied to multimodal transport along TEN-T networks

On 10th October 2023, members of the European infrastructure, transport and logistic communities agreed to exchange experiences and expertise, jointly looking for common solutions on how to improve the accessibility of rural and peripheral areas to TEN-T networks and nodes through ICT tools.

Sharing knowledge on green and digital multimodal transport across borders

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NEWS

21.06.2023

Sharing knowledge on green and digital multimodal transport across borders

On 21st June 2023 representatives from ports, terminal operators, regional, national and European policy makers met in Trieste to find solutions on how to make freight transport greener and smarter, improving its efficiency for business communities and environmental performance for citizens living in the surrounding territories.

Events

Digitalisation of ports and freight transport: experiences and practices across EU-funded Programmes. La Spezia, 19th June 2024

P3 Connected

EVENT

Italy

Hybrid

19.06.2024

Digitalisation of ports and freight transport: experiences and practices across EU-funded Programmes. La Spezia, 19th June 2024

On 19th June 2024 representatives from ports, terminal operators, motorway concessionaires and policy makers across Europe will meet in La Spezia to share knowledge and practices on how to exploit the untapped potential of digitalisation to make road last-mile accessibility greener.

ACCESSMILE kick-off conference in Trieste on 21st June 2023!

P3 Connected

EVENT

Italy

In Person

21.06.2023

ACCESSMILE kick-off conference in Trieste on 21st June 2023!

Joint ACCESSMILE project kick-off event in Trieste

Outputs

Strategy for improving the last mile accessibility of rural and peripheral areas to TEN-Ts through ICT Deliverable no. D.1.1.2

Activity 1.1 is devoted to jointly assessing the current situation on last mile accessibility of rural and peripheral area in CE to the main freight nodes of TEN-T networks and elaborating a transnational strategy to improve it. As a first step, PPs analyse the status quo in this domain by assessing bottlenecks and market potential, including currently applied ICT tools. PP8-RSOE investigates good practices in the European and international context and carries out a comparative benchmarking study, assessing regions against each other, identifying which best practice could feed further project activities in a work paper. Following that, PPs jointly draft a strategy setting a vision, objectives and priorities aimed at the optimisation of transport flows and reduction of environmental externalities through IT tools, covering the three domains of: 1. Vehicle Booking Systems/pre-arrival or pre-exit notification, port/terminal gates; 2. Port/terminal gates and interoperability among public/private IT systems; 3. Cargo bundling Aim of this document is to provide PPs with a common template as to co-design Deliverable D.1.1.2 “Strategy for improving the last mile accessibility of rural/peripheral areas to TEN-Ts through ICT”.
Type of output: Strategies and action plans

Action plan for improving the last mile accessibility of CE rural/peripheral areas to TEN-Ts through traffic management IT tools and VBS - Deliverable no. D.1.2.3 – output no. 1.3

Activity 1.1 is devoted to jointly planning the improvement of accessibility of rural and peripheral areas to TEN-T nodes through IT tools, covering the three domains of: 1. Vehicle Booking Systems/pre-arrival or pre-exit notification, port/terminal gates; 2. Port/terminal gates and interoperability among public/private IT systems; 3. Cargo bundling Aim of this document is to provide PPs with a common template as to co-design Deliverable D.1.2.3 “Action Plan for improving the last mile accessibility of rural/peripheral areas to TEN-Ts through ICT”.
Type of output: Strategies and action plans

Action plan for improving the last mile accessibility of CE rural/peripheral areas to TEN-Ts by enhancing port/terminal gates and entry/exit IT tools and procedures Deliverable no. D.1.3.3 – output no. 1.4

Activity 1.1 is devoted to jointly planning the improvement of accessibility of rural and peripheral areas to TEN-T nodes through IT tools, covering the three domains of: 1. Vehicle Booking Systems/pre-arrival or pre-exit notification, port/terminal gates; 2. Port/terminal gates and interoperability among public/private IT systems; 3. Cargo bundling Through this document, drafted by PP2-ZAILOG, PP3-Port of La Spezia (Italy), PP4-Luka Koper (Slovenia), PP8-RSOE (Hungary) and PP9-BCT (Poland) jointly break down the goals of the transnational Strategy for improving the last mile accessibility of rural/peripheral areas to TEN-Ts through ICT (deliverable D.1.1.2) in an action plan for optimising last mile accessibility of CE rural and peripheral areas by improving port/terminal gates and entry/exit IT tools and procedures, with specific tasks for each PP, KPIs, time line, financial resources needed.
Type of output: Strategies and action plans

Action plan for improving the last mile accessibility of CE rural/peripheral areas to TEN-Ts by adopting cargo bundling and tracking IT tools Deliverable no. D.1.4.3 – output 1.5

WP1 is devoted to jointly planning the improvement of accessibility of rural and peripheral areas to TEN-T nodes through IT tools, covering the three domains of: 1. Vehicle Booking Systems/pre-arrival or pre-exit notification, port/terminal gates; 2. Port/terminal gates and interoperability among public/private IT systems; 3. Cargo bundling This action plan, jointly drafted by PP6-LCAS (Austria), PP10-GRUBER (Poland) and PP11-ROSTOCK (Germany), breaks down the goals of the transnational Strategy for improving the last mile accessibility of rural/peripheral areas to TEN-Ts through ICT (deliverable D.1.1.2) in an action plan for optimising last mile accessibility of CE rural and peripheral areas by adopting cargo bundling and tracking IT tools, with specific tasks for each PP, KPIs, time line, financial resources needed.
Type of output: Strategies and action plans

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Project Manager

Alberto Cozzi
Phone: 00393351515707

Finance Manager

Alberto Cozzi
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Communication Manager

Simone Pacciardi
Phone: 00390187546377