Transport systems in central Europe often show a lack of integration between modes of transport, resulting in weak local, regional and transnational accessibility. Disparities in appropriate connections within and among centres of urbanisation often contribute to an unbalanced territorial development.
The overall goal of SHAREPLACE is to develop an innovative approach to improve the connectivity of local, regional and transnational mobility systems. SHAREPLACE will be open to all types of passenger transport services and target groups.
Initial development and testing will be carried out in six pilot regions: Bergamo, Crema (both Italy), Fuschlsee-Mondseeland/FUMO (Austria), Osijek (Croatia), Ulm (Germany) and Zalaegerszeg (Hungary). By implementing living labs and actively engaging stakeholders, transferable solutions for a more integrated, accessible and harmonised mobility system in six central European regions will be designed. These solutions will be supported by innovative business models and strategic guidelines for policymakers and planners.
In the beginning of the year, the testing of new services in the SHAREPLACE regions was planned. However, with COVID-19 spreading in Europe the lockdown measures had an effect on the testing of new services in the pilot regions. They adapted their plans to the situation
Workpackage T4 aims at consolidating the SHAREPLACE vision on collaborative approaches and shared mobility validated through pilot experiences, support knowledge transfer fostering the adoption of the SHAREPLACE strategy by policymakers and service providers on a broader scale.
The communication concept adopted by SHAREPLACE is based on: engaging stakeholders around living labs and communities, animating the debate around shared mobility options to improve connectivity. Further transferring tools for planning and implementing innovative services and engaging decision makers is intended.
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