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CIVITAS DESTINATIONS

Deliverables

Local Data Management Plan (V3)

Updated version of the Local Data Management Plan

Local Data Management Plan (V4)

Updated version of the Local Data Management Plan

Guidelines on the mobility and urbanization needs for Chinese tourists in Europe

A short report that will help the 6 DESTINATIONS ‘ sites and other EU cities: to understand China tourists’ needs, and to design the appropriate strategies and implement the appropriate measures to attract middle to high income Chinese tourists.

Implementation report on PT enhancement

The report will detail the results of demo setup, implementation activities, ITS deployment and supporting actions for all the sites as outputs of T7.3 and T7.8

Technical workshops and training plan

Short report with a planning of training and technical workshops (calendar and contents) according to implementations foreseen within the work packages, the knowledge of each site and the will and need for all to learn.

Final ethic analysis report

The report will document the process of ethical review in the project, the challenges faced, their impacts and the solutions found to address them

Project Data Management Plan (V4)

Updated version of the Project Data Management Plan

Result of Knowledge and Best-Practice-Transferring Jam

Report gathering main conclusions to support cross-fertilisation and transfer of innovative solutions, at the end of the implementation phase.

User-needs and requirements, ex-ante evaluation, service design and ITS specifications for measures targeted to mobility demand management and increasing awareness for sustainable mobility

The report, outlining the outputs of task 6.2, will summarise the findings of the users’ needs and requirements analysis, the ex-ante evaluation, including appropriate specifications for ITS and the design of solutions concerning the measures targeted to mobility demand management and increased awareness.

Draft Evaluation Plan

Draft plan for the evaluation of measures based on a common framework to be applied across the 6 sites, based on existing guidelines (e.g. MAESTRO & POINTER) and adapted to the DESTINATIONS focus on tourism related mobility. It will include also specific sections for the environmental, health and security assessment of the measures.

Measure and Evaluation of technical ‘system performances indicators

The report will identify the main indicators for evaluating the ITS performances at site level during the demonstration of local measures respect to the specific target value. In this context the report will detail also the procedures for data collection in order to calculate the real system performances value during the operation of local measures. The report will summarise the outputs of T8.3.4

Results of Kick-Off-Method Training in the sites

Report gathering results of Kick Off Training organised in each site.

SUMP Baseline

The baseline report will illustrate the analysis of the mobility context (key players and actors in the study area) and the structure of mobility patterns at a baseline year for all 6 sites, as a result of Task 2.2

Demonstration report for measures targeted to mobility demand management and increased awareness for sustainable mobility

Final demonstration report for all delivered measures targeted to mobility demand management and increased awareness for sustainable mobility as output of T6.4, T6.5 and T6.6. It will collate all the learning from the individual demonstrations and will draw common conclusions for further action. It will pitched to a city audience so it can be used as part of the evidencing and business model for future investment.

Results from SUMP feasibility analysis (V1)

The feasibility report will illustrate SUMP objectives, priorities and scenarios for implementation, describing the feasibility of the measures included in the SUMP and the actions/timelines planned for their implementation for all 6 sites. The report will be the result of task 2.3

Project Data Management Plan (V2)

Updated version of the Project Data Management Plan

Ethics Compliance report

The baseline approval and compliance for the rest of the project on Ethics requirements.

Implementation report on measures for safety and accessible public spaces

The report will detail the results of site preparation and planned demo activities, technology development and implementation of supporting actions for all the WP3 demo measures in each site as outputs of T3.2 and T3.3

Definition of sign off checklist for services operation

The report will detail the list of technical and functional verification tests to be carried out at site level in order to certify the technological effectiveness of ITS supporting the launch of demo measures. The report will summarise the outputs of T8.3.3

Conclusions of the staff empowerment and exchanges between sites initiative

This report entails testimonials from participants and highlights how participants have dealt with the placement program and how this has contributed to project objectives.

Evaluation Plan

Final plan for cross-site evaluation cross-checked with the impact and process evaluation requirements asked for all CIVITAS projects by the Support Action for Evaluation and Monitoring (CIVITAS SATELLITE).

Implementation report for measures targeted to mobility demand management and increased awareness for sustainable mobility

The report will detail results of demo setup, implementation activities, ITS deployment and supporting actions for all the sites as outputs of T6.3. It will capture how each site has engaged key stakeholders, set up commercial agreements and marketing strategies, derive common success factors and challenges faced, allowing for transfer and adaptation of approaches ahead of measure demonstrations.

Technical workshops and training plan (V2)

Updated version of the Technical workshops and training plan (D10.1)

User-needs and requirements, ex-ante evaluation, service design and ITS specifications for shared mobility and e-infrastructures

The report will detail the results of the users needs analysis, the definition of service requirements and the details of service and ITS specifications for all the WP4 demo measures in each site as outputs of Task T4.2

Local Data Management Plan (V2)

updated version of the Local Data Management Plan

User-needs and requirements, ex-ante evaluation, service design and ITS specifications for PT enhancement

The report will detail the results of the user-needs analysis, the definition of service requirements and the details of service and ITS specifications for all the sites as output of Task T7.2

User needs, requirements, ex-ante evaluation and design specifications for increasing safety and accessible public spaces

The report will detail the results of the users’ needs analysis for cycling, walking, attractive and accessible public space for the selected lab areas, and safe routes to school. It will also outline the details of the design specifications for increasing safety and accessible public spaces for all the WP3 demo measures in each site as outputs of Task3.2

Guidelines for the design of ITS solutions supporting project measures

The report will provide the methodology and related guidelines supporting the Site Managers ITS design on the basis of the sites objectives, users requirements and service targets. The report will summarise the outputs of T8.3.1

Guidelines for the management of bid procedures and contracting

The report will provide guidelines to Site Managers and local involved actors how to define and manage the tendering and contracting process taking into account EU and GA rules. The guidelines will outline also the evaluation criteria for selecting the most effective bid on the basis of the technical specifications and the economic value. Finally a specific contract base structure complying with the EU indications will be drafted. The report will summarise the outputs of T8.3.2

Communication & Dissemination Strategy

The strategy document will elaborate the internal and external dissemination & communication plans & actions at local, regional, national and supra-national level with the objective to reaching the widest possible audience with the DESTINATIONS achievements.

Compilation of SULP Baseline

Compilation of SULP baseline, user needs and requirements, ex-ante evaluation of logistics context analysis. Based on SULP baseline and user needs analyses, service models, operational schemes and specifications will be detailed in terms of collection/delivery procedures, involved actors, fleet management operations, access control, monitoring of parking lots and control enhancement, ICT tools. This report will include, for all the sites, the outputs from T5.2 and T5.4.

Stakeholders' maps and initiatives/tools for boosting the role of public and private stakeholders

A set of guidelines supporting partners in the involvement of and collaboration with local stakeholders for their specific activities at site level.

Results from SUMP feasibility analysis (V2)

The feasibility report will illustrate SUMP objectives, priorities and scenarios for implementation, describing the feasibility of the measures included in the SUMP and the actions/timelines planned for their implementation for all 6 sites. The report will be the result of task 2.3

Validation of smart metering systems for mobility data collection potentials

This report will include the results achieved with Task 2.6, describing the systems that will allow to collect real time data in the 6 sites and the results of their pilot operation and demonstration, in particular for the monitoring and assessment of SUMP expected impacts.

Demonstration report on PT enhancement

The report will detail the results of the demonstration report on PT enhancement as output of T7.4, T7.5, T7.6 and T7.8. It will collate all the learning from the individual demonstrations and will draw common conclusions for further action. It will pitched to a city audience so it can be used as part of the evidencing and business model for future investment.

SUMP consolidation and roadmap for implementation

The SUMP roadmap report will be the result of Task 2.5, describing for all 6 sites the final version of the SUMP adopted by the local authorities and how the DESTINATIONS measures fit into the planning documents. It will collate all the learning from the individual demonstrations and will draw common conclusions for further action. It will pitched to a city audience so it can be used as part of the evidencing and business model for future investment.

Demonstration report on shared mobility, e-infrastructures and supporting technologies

The report will detail the results of the demonstration of all the WP4 demo measures in each site in terms of procedures and resources involved in the operation of demo services, users acceptance, services and ITS performances, critical factors and organization impacts. The report will summarise the outputs of T4.4, T4.5, T4.6 and T4.8. It will collate all the learning from the individual demonstrations and will draw common conclusions for further action. It will pitched to a city audience so it can be used as part of the evidencing and business model for future investment.

Results of SULP definition

Based on regional logistics context analysis, Sustainable Urban Logistic Plan for each pilot city (Madeira, Las Palmas, Rethymno, Elba, Limassol and Malta) will be produced including the identification of measures and priorities, ICT supporting tools, implementation plan and short/medium-term timelines, result indicators, budget plan, enforcement methods. SULP will be carried out as integrated part of the whole SUMP (WP2). The report will detail the results of SULP definition for all the sites as an output of T5.3.

Results from SUMP feasibility analysis (V3)

The feasibility report will illustrate SUMP objectives, priorities and scenarios for implementation, describing the feasibility of the measures included in the SUMP and the actions/timelines planned for their implementation for all 6 sites. The report will be the result of task 2.3

DESTINATIONS business model catalogue

This deliverable provides an overview about the most promising business models developed during the project.

Paper in a high qualified journal

Paper presenting the Environmental Impact Assessment methodology and comparing the results across the 6 sites, with final conclusions including recommendations for replication, published in a high profile scientific/technical journal.

Implementation report on shared mobility, e-infrastructures and supporting technologies

The report will detail the results of site preparation and planned demo activities, ITS deployment and implementation of supporting actions for all the WP4 demo measures in each site as outputs of T4.3 and T4.8

Demonstration report on measures for safety and accessible public spaces

The report will detail the results of the demonstration of all the WP3 demo measures in each site in terms of procedures and resources involved in the operation of demo services, users’ acceptance, services and technology performances, critical factors and organization impacts. The report will summarise the outputs of T3.4. It will collate all the learning from the individual demonstrations and will draw common conclusions for further action. It will pitched to a city audience so it can be used as part of the evidencing and business model for future investment.

Implementation and demonstration report on smart and clean urban freight measures

Based on solutions for smart and clean urban freight logistics services designed in T5.4, each site will set-up and implement new logistics services, which will include ITC systems support, operational procedures, partnerships, normative and more clean and efficient transport technologies. Monitoring proceedings will be implemented in each site to evaluate the performance and the impact of each measure. The report will detail the results of T5.5, T5.6, T5.7 and T5.9, describing all the above mentioned features. It will collate all the learning from the individual demonstrations and will draw common conclusions for further action. It will pitched to a city audience so it can be used as part of the evidencing and business model for future investment.

Project Data Management Plan (V3)

Updated version of the Project Data Management Plan

Project Data Management Plan

The report describes type of data that will be collected, processed or generated during the project and the methodology and standards that will be used to maintain and preserve this data during and after the completion of the project itself. The report will summarise the outputs of T1.6

Local Data Management Plan for each site

The report describes for each site the data that will be collected, processed or generated during the project and the methodology and standards that will be used to maintain and preserve this data during and after the completion of the project itself. The report will summarise the outputs of T1.6

Project Newsletters

Starting in M9 and every six months thereafter (M9, 15, 21, 27, 33, 39 and 45), the project will publish and distribute a Newsletter with the view to inform the widest possible public and stakeholders, as well as similar CIVITAS project participants on all project development aspects, future events and activities at local, national and European levels in the areas of sustainable transport and sustainable tourism.

Social Media accounts in Facebook & Twitter set up

Facebook and twitter accounts will be established and regularly monitored and updated with the view to reinforce dissemination activities and support the platform of following cities and regions.

Initial project leaflet

A DESTINATIONS leaflet will be published and diffused in order to present the main objectives and expected outputs of the project.

Project page on website

The project webpage, integrated within the main CIVITAS website, will present continuous updates of all facets of the project development, output, tools, news and media events

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Publications

When Gamification Meets Sustainability: A Pervasive Approach to Foster Sustainable Mobility in Madeira

Author(s): Catia Prandi; Bruno Cardoso; Nuno Nunes; Miguel Ribeiro
Published in: SMAS '19: Proceedings of the 1st ACM Workshop on Emerging Smart Technologies and Infrastructures for Smart Mobility and SustainabilityOctober 2019, Issue June 26-29, 2017 - Lisbon, Portugal, 2019, Page(s) Pages 3–8 https://doi.org/10.1145/3349622.3355449

Project promoting tourists’ sustainable mobility in Madeira

Author(s): Joana Gaudêncio, Claudio Mantero
Published in: XI International Tourism Congress - The Image and Sustainability of Tourism Destinations (Proceedings Book), Issue 5-7 November 2019, 2019, Page(s) 428

Urban Environmental Monitoring Stations in a Mediterranean Tourism Destination

Author(s): Tsoutsos T, Aryblia M, Sifakis N.
Published in: 9th IWACP - Towards Sustainable Energy - Water - Food Nexus: The contribution of a cleaner production, Issue Proceedings of annual international workshop - 9th version, 26 May 2020, 2020, Page(s) 298

A visual immersive participatory platform to foster dialogue between locals and tourists

Author(s): José Candido; Valentina Nisi; Catia Prandi; Nuno Nunes
Published in: Proceedings of CCNC_2020 IEEE 17th Annual Consumer Communications & Networking Conference, January2020, Las Vegas, Issue 10-13 Jan. 2020, Las Vegas, NV, USA, USA, 2020, Page(s) DOI: 10.1109/CCNC46108.2020.9045124

Attitudes and perceptions towards shared mobility services: Repeated cross-sectional results from a survey among the Maltese population.

Author(s): Maas, S., Attard, M.
Published in: Transportation Research Procedia, Issue 45, 2020, Page(s) 955-962

Monitoring and Assessment of the Urban Environment in a Touristic Mediterranean City

Author(s): Theocharins Tsoutsos, Maria Aryblia, Nikos Sifakis, Stavroula Tournaki
Published in: European Conference on Mobility Management - ECOMM Cascais 2020, Issue Abstracts available online of the European Conference of 2020, 2020, Page(s) Individual abstracts available online

Bus Stops as Interactive Touchpoints - Improving Engagement and Use of Public Transport

Author(s): Catia Prandi, Valentina Nisi, Nuno Nunes
Published in: Proceedings of the 12th Biannual Conference on Italian SIGCHI Chapter - CHItaly '17, Issue Biannual Conference, 2017, Page(s) 1-6
DOI: 10.1145/3125571.3125593

ViTFlow: a platform to visualize tourists flows in a rich interactive map-based interface (paper + demo)

Author(s): Catia Prandi; Miguel Ribeiro; Nuno Nunes; Diogo Redin; Diogo Vilela
Published in: The SustainIT 2017 proceedings will appear in the IEEE Xplore and IFIP Digital Libraries (http://dl.ifip.org/db/conf/sustainit/index.html), Issue Funchal, Portugal – December 6-7, 2017, 2017

Beanstalk - A Community Based Passive Wi-Fi Tracking System for Analysing Tourism Dynamics (paper + demo)

Author(s): Catia Prandi; Miguel Ribeiro; Nuno Nunes; Valentina Nisi
Published in: PACMHCI Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction archive; ACM New York, NY, USA;, Issue June 26-29, 2017 - Lisbon, Portugal, 2017, ISSN 2573-0142

Enhancing Sustainable Mobility Awareness by Exploiting Multi-sourced Data: the Case Study of the Madeira Islands (paper)

Author(s): Catia Prandi; Miguel Ribeiro; Nuno Nunes; Valentina Nisi
Published in: The SustainIT 2017 proceedings will appear in the IEEE Xplore and IFIP Digital Libraries (http://dl.ifip.org/db/conf/sustainit/index.html)., Issue Funchal, Portugal – December 6-7, 2017, 2017

Impact assessment of sustainable mobility in touristic cities of Europe: The CIVITAS DESTINATIONS approach – the case of Rethymno

Author(s): Stavroula Tournaki, Theocharis Tsoutsos, Vassias Mathioudakis, Eleni Farmaki
Published in: Proceedings of the 9th International Exergy, Energy and Environment Symposium, 2017, Page(s) 379 - 386

"""Green energy for the city of Rethymno. The H2020 CIVITAS DESTINATIONS project"", 2nd International Conference on Energy, Environment and Climate Change (ICEECC 2017)."

Author(s): Stavroula Tournaki, Theocharis Tsoutsos, Vassias Mathioudakis, Eleni Farmaki
Published in: Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Energy, Environment and Climate Change (ICEECC 2017), 2017

"""Sustainable mobility solutions and impact assessment in touristic areas in CIVITAS DESTINATIONS project. The case of Rethymno"" 2nd International Conference “ENERGY in TRANSPORTATION 2017”, organised by ASHRAE"

Author(s): Stavroula Tournaki, Eleni Farmaki, Theocharis Tsoutsos
Published in: Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference “ENERGY in TRANSPORTATION 2017”, 2017

Environmental evaluation of mobility measures in EU islands. Lessons from the H2020 CIVITAS DESTINATIONS project

Author(s): Farmaki E., Aryblia M., Piteris G., Tournaki S., Tsoutsos T.
Published in: Clean Energy for EU islands, Issue 24/04/2018, 2018

On Exploring a Pervasive Infrastructure to Foster Citizens Participation and Sustainable Development

Author(s): Catia Prandi; Valentina Nisi; Nuno Nunes
Published in: Proceedings of the 32nd International BCS Human Computer Interaction Conference (HCI), 2018, Issue Conference, 2018, Page(s) Article No.: 223 Pages 1–5 https://doi.org/10.14236/ewic/HCI2018.223

Comparison of Vehicle Detection Techniques applied to IP Camera Video Feeds for use in Intelligent Transport Systems

Author(s): Bugeja, M., Dingli, A., Attard, M., Seychell, D.
Published in: Transportation Research Procedia, Issue 45, 2020, Page(s) 971-978

The impact of COVID-19 pandemic in Mediterranean urban air pollution and mobility

Author(s): Nikolaos Sifakis, Maria Aryblia, Tryfon Daras, Stavroula Tournaki, Theocharis Tsoutsos
Published in: Energy Sources, Part A: Recovery, Utilization, and Environmental Effects, 2021, Page(s) 1-16, ISSN 1556-7036
DOI: 10.1080/15567036.2021.1895373

Attitudes and perceptions towards shared mobility services: Repeated cross-sectional results from a survey among the Maltese population

Author(s): Suzanne Maas, Maria Attard
Published in: Transportation Research Procedia, Issue 45, 2020, Page(s) 955-962, ISSN 2352-1465
DOI: 10.1016/j.trpro.2020.02.071

Classifying bicycle sharing system use in Southern European island cities: cycling for transport or leisure?

Author(s): Suzanne Maas, Paraskevas Nikolaou, Maria Attard, Loukas Dimitriou
Published in: Transportation Research Procedia, Issue 52, 2021, Page(s) 565-572, ISSN 2352-1465
DOI: 10.1016/j.trpro.2021.01.067

Transportation in the Mediterranean during the COVID-19 pandemic era

Author(s): Dimitra Tarasi, Tryfon Daras, Stavroula Tournaki, Theocharis Tsoutsos
Published in: Global Transitions, Issue 3, 2021, Page(s) 55-71, ISSN 2589-7918
DOI: 10.1016/j.glt.2020.12.003

Examining spatio-temporal trip patterns of bicycle sharing systems in Southern European island cities

Author(s): Suzanne Maas, Paraskevas Nikolaou, Maria Attard, Loukas Dimitriou
Published in: Research in Transportation Economics, Issue 86, 2021, Page(s) 100992, ISSN 0739-8859
DOI: 10.1016/j.retrec.2020.100992

Heat, Hills and the High Season: A Model-Based Comparative Analysis of Spatio-Temporal Factors Affecting Shared Bicycle Use in Three Southern European Islands

Author(s): Suzanne Maas, Paraskevas Nikolaou, Maria Attard, Loukas Dimitriou
Published in: Sustainability, Issue 13/6, 2021, Page(s) 3274, ISSN 2071-1050
DOI: 10.3390/su13063274

Assessing spatial and social dimensions of shared bicycle use in a Southern European island context: The case of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

Author(s): Suzanne Maas, Maria Attard, Mark Anthony Caruana
Published in: Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, Issue 140, 2020, Page(s) 81-97, ISSN 0965-8564
DOI: 10.1016/j.tra.2020.08.003

Assessment of sustainable urban mobility measures in the Mediterranean, integrating stakeholders' viewpoint through multi-criteria decision making.

Author(s): Farmaki E.
Published in: Issue Januray 2019, 2019

Impact assessment of sustainable mobility in touristic cities of Europe: The CIVITAS DESTINATIONS approach on energy, environment and economy

Author(s): Stavroula Tournaki, Eleni Farmaki, Theocharis Tsoutsos
Published in: The Role of Exergy in Energy and the Environment, 2018, Page(s) 297 - 309