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SUCCESS- successful travel awareness campaigns and mobility management strategies

SUCCESS- successful travel awareness campaigns and mobility management strategies

Objective

Mobility Management (MM) and Travel Awareness (TA) have many advantages as soft policy strategies: they are flexible, adaptable, rapid to implement and offer value-for-money. Many sustainable transport research projects have covered MM and TA, but in isolated projects, limited to larger cities and pilot demonstrations. SUCCESS now offers the chance to link these two areas and exploit their synergies, based on its research areas: A Innovative Approaches in TA B Behaviour Change Models and Prospective Assessment C Quality Management and MM For Smaller Cities D Integrating Planning and MM.

They will be linked via horizontal WPs: WP 1 State-of-the-art analysis WP 2 Conceptualisation and specification of research activities WP 3 Monitoring investigations and implementation WP 4 Compiling results WP 5 Dissemination and WP 0 Project Management, Quality Control and Evaluation run in parallel for the duration of the project. Organising the work in this way will deliver excellent results.

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Coordinator

FORSCHUNGSGESELLSCHAFT MOBILITAET - AUSTRIAN MOBILITY RESEARCH FGM-AMOR GEMEINNUETZIGE GESELLSCHAFT MBH

Address

Schoenaugasse 8a
Graz

Austria

Participants (24)

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AGENCIA MUNICIPAL DE ENERGIA DE ALMADA

Portugal

ARISTOTLE UNIVERSITY OF THESSALONIKI

Greece

AUSTRIAN STANDARDS INSTITUTE

Austria

CENTRE NATIONAL DE LA RECHERCHE SCIENTIFIQUE - DÉLÉGATION RHONE-AUVERGNE

France

CITY COUNCIL OF ALMADA

Portugal

COMPAGNIA TRASPORTI LAZIALI SOCIETA' REGIONALE SPA

Italy

EQUIPO DE TECNICOS EN TRANSPORTE Y TERRITORIO SA

Spain

FIT CONSULTING SRL

Italy

INSTITUT FUER LANDES-UND STADTENTWICKLUNGSFORSCHUNG UND BAUWESEN DES LANDES NORDRHEIN-WESTFALEN

Germany

LYLE BAILIE INTERNATIONAL LIMITED

Ireland

MOBIEL 21 VZW

Belgium

NAPIER UNIVERSITY

United Kingdom

OTTO-VON-GUERICKE-UNIVERSITY OF MAGDEBURG

Germany

POLITECHNIKA KRAKOWSKA IM. TADEUSZA KOSCIUSZKI / CRACOW UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY

Poland

STAD KORTRIJK

Belgium

SYNERGO, R. DE TOMMASI + W. SCHENKEL

Switzerland

TALLINNA LINN

Estonia

TRAJECT NV

Belgium

TRIVECTOR TRAFFIC AB

Sweden

UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL LANCASHIRE -

United Kingdom

UNIVERSITY OF GIESSEN, INSTITUT FOR APPLIED AND EMPIRICAL SOCIAL RESEARCH

Germany

UNIVERSITY OF MARIBOR, FACULTY OF CIVIL ENGINEERING

Slovenia

UNIVERSITY OF PIRAEUS RESEARCH CENTRE

Greece

VILNIUS GEDIMINAS TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY

Lithuania

Project information

Grant agreement ID: 518368

  • Start date

    1 October 2006

  • End date

    30 September 2009

Funded under:

FP6-SUSTDEV

  • Overall budget:

    € 3 708 334

  • EU contribution

    € 2 770 177

Coordinated by:

FORSCHUNGSGESELLSCHAFT MOBILITAET - AUSTRIAN MOBILITY RESEARCH FGM-AMOR GEMEINNUETZIGE GESELLSCHAFT MBH

Austria