The Dynaxibility4CE, as part of an experimental call from the Interreg Central Europe program, focuses on the priority of low-carbon mobility and air quality. It aims to increase the ability of public transport authorities to deal with new mobility trends. This will be achieved by developing strategies and tools for public (transport) authorities that strengthen the planning capacities of cities throughout the region of Central Europe. Thus, the project enables these authorities to become key actors for creating low-carbon and low-pollution mobility systems in their respective regions.

28.10.2020

News

Exchange on UVARs brought many insights

More than 20 stakeholders and experts attended the UVAR workshop. Read more...

05.11.2020

News

MaaS in the GRAZ FUA

Our project partner provides an update concerning MaaS in the functional urban area. Read more...

08.10.2020

Event

Workshop on UVAR Topic Guide

We invite urban municipalities from Central Europe to participate in our workshop for the update of the UVAR topic guide. Click here to register.

01.03.2020

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Activities

MaaS

Mobility as a service

MaaS integrates various transport modes into one solution or app, a one-stop-shop for trip-planning and -booking, including integrated payment solutions.  

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MaaS


UVAR

Urban Vehicle access regulations

UVARs are an efficient way to manage traffic flows and help to reduce traffic and pollution in inner cities and incentivise investments in cleaner vehicles.

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Urban Vehicle Access Regulations


CAD

Connected and Automated driving

CAD refers to vehicles, which are connected with other road users and the infrastructure, as well as vehicles with various levels of autonomy.

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Connected and Automated Driving

SUMP

Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan

SUMPs are holistic mobility plans, which should enable city administrations to improve the overall quality of life for their citizens.

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SUMP

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Our partners

Hungary

Budapest

Budapest develops a strategy for data-based PT infrastructure planning and leads the task of developing a MaaS action plan.

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City of Budapest

Austria

Graz

The second-largest city of Austria and capital of Styria is aiming to implement a MaaS-system in the near future.

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City of Graz

Croatia

Koprivnica

The city leads the national task force of a Croatian SUMP programme. Their own SUMP will include MaaS solutions. 

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City of Koprivnica

Poland

Krakow

Krakow aims to enhance air quality by extending its "zero-emission zone", which was successfully established in 2019.

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City of Krakow

Germany

Leipzig

Leipzig wants to extend its knowledge of low carbon mobility from the Low-Carb project by implementing various local measures.

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City of Leipzig

Italy

Parma

The city in the heart of the Emilia-Romagna region aims to limit the access to it's historic city centre.

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City of Parma

Germany

Stuttgart

The centre of German automotive engineering searches for alternatives for  passenger cars by exploring CAD solutions.

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City of Stuttgart

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ARPAE

Arpae contributes to the project with the definition of a methodological framework focusing on linking mobility plans to the improvement of air quality.

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Austria

Austriatech

AustriaTech is working on a variety of tasks in the field of transport technologies and will establish a national SUMP task force.

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Austriatech

Hungary

Mobilissimus

Mobilissimus' main mission is to contribute to the development of smart, eco-friendly and cost-efficient transport systems. 

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Mobilissimus

Belgium

POLIS

POLIS is managing the communication tasks and the dissemination of the project and supports partners in updating the SUMP guides. 

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Germany

Rupprecht Consult

RC will support Leipzig LP in its management tasks. They will update several SUMP 2.0 topic guides, run diagnostics trainings with planning authorities and establish a SUMP task force within Germany. 

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Project Duration

Start Date

01.03.2020

End Date

28.02.2022