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Local economic development in airport catchment areas (airLED)

Start date: Jun 30, 2012, End date: Dec 30, 2014,

... ed regional polycentric development plans and an economic analysis of 10 Polish regional airports as a case study. The two knowledge partners, IRM (Institute of Urban Development, PL) and KTI (Institute for Transport Sciences, HU) are playing a major role in this process. Strategy building of airLED partners is being implemented via an intensive process of Open Living Labs with the participation ...
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Rail Hub Cities for South East Europe (RAIL4SEE)

Start date: Apr 30, 2012, End date: Oct 30, 2014,

The challenge that the RAIL4SEE partners share is the development of models, concepts, measures, harmonised strategies and policy actions targeted to the improvement of rail and intermodal transport in SEE. In particular partners call for complementary interventions facing the alleviation of barriers for rail hubs integration in the local, regional, transnational and TEN-T systems, transport servi ...
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The river Danube is more than a pure river, it is the artery of Europe´s heart, a waterway that connects countries, regions, communities and people. Its protection for today and its preservation for tomorrow is a responsibility of each and every person living or working in the catchment area. Stakeholders of the inland navigation sector, one of the main users of the Danube waterway, are aware of t ...
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South East Neighbourhood Safe Routes  (SENSOR)

Start date: Sep 30, 2012, End date: Sep 29, 2014,

The vision is a South East Europe free of high risk roads. The UN Decade of Action for Road Safety 2011-2020 has begun. The EU and development banks have new safety requirements for the road projects they will support. A European Road Safety Area has been proposed to ensure road networks are consistently safe for travel between European countries. There are growing calls from the European Parliame ...
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ROad safety in South East European regions  (ROSEE)

Start date: Sep 30, 2012, End date: Sep 29, 2014,

Road safety is important for smooth accessibility of SEE regions. The road crash and injury tool within SEE regions accounts for social and economical losses affecting the development of South East European Space. In the EU 56% of road deaths occur on rural roads while 37% of fatalities are counted in built-up areas. 44% involves vulnerable road users such as pedestrians, cyclists and riders of po ...
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Railway Hub Cities and TEN-T network (RAILHUC)

Start date: Sep 30, 2011, End date: Aug 31, 2014,

Central Europe cities are the "first/last legs" of transnational transport chains. These chains consist of local, regional and transnational transport systems. On the one hand high speed connections among rail hubs in central Europe are being upgraded, especially on TEN-T networks and along the main intercity lines. On the other hand rail and in general public transport feeder lines need an upgrad ...
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This project aims at addressing the need for reliable and accurate information regarding both public and commercial transportation and services routes and timetables in the counties of North Bačka (Serbia) and Csongrád (Hungary). This problem has been revealed during previously conducted research projects in the area, and draws upon initiated projects of GIS mapping in the City of Subotica and rou ...
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The project aims to create an integrated public transport system in the Szeged-Subotica region connecting communities on both sides of the border. The new integrated system would consist of harmonized public transport lines (rail and bus), an integrated electronic fare and ticketing system, real-time electronic information provision, and coordination of schedules of different transport operators. ...
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WAste management for inland Navigation on the DAnube (WANDA)

Start date: Mar 31, 2009, End date: Mar 30, 2012,

The river Danube is a unique ecosystem with a high biodiversity, an important water reservoir and an international waterway with high potential for inland navigation being promoted by the EUs transport policy (NAIADES). The transport volumes in the Danube Corridor are expected to increase significantly. Due to significant differences and missing coordination in current practice of ship waste manag ...
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