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Lead Partner: Alma Mater Studiorum - University of Bologna, Department of Architecture
EU regions are experiencing growing levels of air pollution, CO2 emissions, traffic congestion. In a situation of general lack of financial resources for big infrastructural investments, the development of sustainable multimodal mobility becomes one of the EU key challenges. To be more efficient, mobility systems require a greater integration at each territorial level. Therefore, to overcome the current barriers, EU regions need integrated strategies enhancing an effective modal interchange and a higher integration between land use and transport planning processes. MATCH-UP project focuses on the optimization of the places where people change between transport modes. By considering 4 main types of low-carbon means of transport (Walking/cycling; Rail transport; Public transport; Green vehicles), MATCH-UP aims at achieving significant improvements of modal interchange within 4 involved countries (IE, DE, PT, RO). The overall objective is to embed multimodal mobility strategies into the Project Partners’ policy instruments (i.e. two ROPs funded by Structural Funds and 2 local policies) by defining design requirements concerning interchange nodes and transport services for managing and coordinating the interchange, and by developing tools and methods to assess different policies and design scenarios and to define the priority level of multimodal actions. The interregional and multilevel exchange of experience process, through various activities as staff exchanges, site visits and the involvement of local stakeholder groups (e.g. policy makers, managing authorities, transport service providers) will increase skills and knowledge among policy makers and other public administration staff, thus influencing their capacity to promote new initiatives towards sustainable mobility. Beside Project Partners and local stakeholder groups, MATCH-UP will reach other Target Groups through local dissemination activities as Mobility Cafes and interregional public conferences.
The awareness-raising activities were developed as a series of high-level challenges to inform decision–makers of the local benefits of multi-functional GI.
Location: Cornwall and Isles of Scilly, United Kingdom
Project: PERFECT
In order to foster the modernization process Lithuanian government decided to stipulate and simplify renovation process by involving municipalities.
Location: Lietuva, Lithuania (Lietuva)
Project: BUILD2LC
A pragmatic financing solution dramatically reduced the costs of renovation for residents while significantly improving the building’s energy efficiency
Location: Jadranska Hrvatska, Croatia (Hrvatska)
Project: Social Green
With the program “E-Lotse” the LEA Hessen offers municipal employees free, multi-day training on the topic “Designing future-oriented mobility in the community"
Location: Kassel, Germany (Deutschland)
Green & blue corridor in the Skanste neighborhood in Riga will provide multi-functional services -stormwater collection and reuse for passive/ active purposes.
Location: Latvija, Latvia (Latvija)
Project: AQUARES
Submitted by: Luis Sa, 15/03/2017
The Sendai Framework recognizes the value of preserving cultural heritage but also enhances its economic/social value. A risk assessment framework developed for immovable cultural assets is needed to addresses all the components in a multi-risk analysis. Milestones: 1. The general idea is to establish a standard methodology for assessing what level of risk does a cultural asset has, when exposed to a certain hazard. 2. A priority task is to establish a vulnerability scorecard. A first step will be an analysis in several European locations and several natural hazards. 3. Create solutions aiming the increase of resilience in cultural assets to natural events, enhanced by a climate change scenario. 4. The creation of a platform for modeling risk scenarios and designing prevention solutions in an open interface system promoting the sharing of good practices. 5. The establishment of national guidelines for the implementation of preventive measures and intervention prioritization.
Submitted by: Khoji Wesselius, 13/03/2020
Regional and municipal authorities decide upon policies empowering communities in rural areas and medium sized cities. Recent research (Skerrat et al; SRUC 2018) demonstrates that these policies can fail to address specific target groups. Also 'lived experience data' is insufficiently represented in monitoring outcome of named policies. Ergo, the policy learning is incomplete for next level implementation. Evidence based experience proved application of low threshold instruments/methods to be a success in the framework of ECoC Leeuwarden-Fryslan 2018. With these methods/instruments the region reinforced community resillience, boosted social innovation and advanced quadruple helix cooperation. Similar approaches may prove to be key for other European regional authorities when reaching out to peripheral areas or localities. This peer review will design a multi-regional testing facility for an enhanced mission based policy.
Seville had an increase of ciclyng in the modal split up from a very low one to 9% of the total mechanical trips due to the implementation of a ciclyng network
Location: Andalucía, Spain (España)
Project: TRAM
Increasing international competitivness though a multi-level project based on territorial distinctive competences, research, innovation, technology transfer
Location: Other, Afghanistan