With the contribution of the LIFE programme of the European Union - LIFE14 ENV/GR/000611
U-MOB LIFE is the acronym for “European Network for Sustainable Mobility at University”, a European 5-year project co-financed by the European Commission under the LIFE Programme. U-MOB aims at the creation of a network to facilitate the exchange and transfer of knowledge about sustainable mobility best practices among European universities.The project is running since July 2016, and extends until June 2021.
LIFE ASPIRE will put in place a number of actions that could led to a significant improvement of sustainability of freight mobility processes in urban areas resulting in a reduction of polluting emissions and improvement in air quality. The objective of the project is to develop an innovative “credit-based” management policies for freight traffic in urban area, to implement new city logistics services and supporting ICT to promote sustainable and smart management of urban environment and commercial traffic in project’s cities.
The LIFE for Silver Coast project aims to develop a sustainable tourist mobility programme on this stretch of the Italian coast. The goal is to integrate the benefits of public and private transport, encouraging people to shift from the concept of owning a means of transport to that of accessing integrated mobility services, where inhabitants and tourists can access private or public transport services, depending on their needs and destination.
The project will create an integrated mobility network in three coastal towns/municipalities (Monte Argentario, Orbetello and Isola del Giglio), combining public and shared transport services, which will be operated for two years.
OptiTrans (Optimisation of Public Transport Policies for Green Mobility) is an Interreg Europe funded project concerned with policies aimed at reducing carbon dioxide emissions in rural and semi-urban areas by strengthening public transport. Τhe project’s objective is to develop green mobility strategies in the field of public transport. As a result, proposals will be made to better integrate the various alternative modes of travel, better ticketing options, effective use of ICTs to adjust real-time demand fluctuations, optimal timetables, a higher degree of benefits and comfort for passengers and, in general, the promotion of a better image of public transport.