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ID: UR-95-SC.0018
Start date: 1996-01-01, End date: 1998-12-31
1- Review and investigate the technical/financial options for integrated pricing/payment measures across modes of transport. 2- Evaluate the political acceptability of this type of demand management measures 3- Set up an analytical framework establishing the consequences of t...
Programme: FP4-TRANSPORT
Record Number: 32422
Last updated on: 2000-10-18
ID: UR-95-SC.0326
Start date: 1996-05-01, End date: 1997-10-31
1- Presenting an overview of best practice for promoting cycling and walking instead of car-driving in cities by giving an overview of cycle friendly and pedestrian friendly infrastructure elements and other measures to promote cycling and walking, and by comparing measures to...
Programme: FP4-TRANSPORT
Record Number: 32462
Last updated on: 2002-05-21
The project's objectives were to: Review existing micro-simulation models, so that gaps could be identified. It would build on the APAS report and other reviews such as the PROGEN report from PROMETHEUS. A State-of-the-Art review report would be produced.- Investigate how the ...
Programme: FP4-TRANSPORT
Record Number: 24202
Last updated on: 2000-03-27
MASSTER is concerned with the harmonisation of maritime education and the standardisation of simulator exercises in particular. The overview of types of simulators created a first basis for a common approach towards the European simulator institutes. Agreement on the level of...
Programme: FP4-TRANSPORT
Record Number: 23519
Last updated on: 2001-07-30
The objective was to produce information that can be cited in the preparation of national and EU decisions concerning speed management strategies and tools. For this purpose, the project looked for answers to three key questions: 1. What are acceptable ranges of speeds? 2. W...
Programme: FP4-TRANSPORT
Record Number: 23526
Last updated on: 2001-07-30
The objective of the TRAFFIC project was to produce and validate a method dealing with the traceability of the requirements of CNS subsystems, based on ATM concept definition and consolidation activities. This objective was reached through the following three Steps: - definiti...
Programme: FP4-TRANSPORT
Record Number: 23524
Last updated on: 1999-12-13
The future European loading unit will fit into the current European transport codes as follows: Road transport The proposed European loading unit is recommended in two sizes, one size designed for European road trains as a twin unit, one to be carried on the rigid truck and ...
Programme: FP4-TRANSPORT
Record Number: 24197
Last updated on: 2000-03-27
The project developed a toolkit of analysis techniques, designed to be applied by the railway industry to identify and manage the human factor safety issues in cross-border operation. These techniques may also be applied within a single infrastructure and between different rai...
Programme: FP4-TRANSPORT
Record Number: 25597
Last updated on: 2001-02-15
MARPOL Regulations are extensive and comprehensive and there is already sufficient effort being expended by IMO and others to keep the necessary technology and equipment up to date and relevant in the current environmental climate. The Regulations are having an effect although...
Programme: FP4-TRANSPORT
Record Number: 22628
Last updated on: 1999-06-09
The objective of the TRENEN II STRAN project is the development of strategic models for the assessment of pricing reform in transportation, and their application to the European Union. The strategic models are designed to analyse two types of policy problems. The first problem...
Programme: FP4-TRANSPORT
Record Number: 23014
Last updated on: 1999-08-06
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