Sunday, 26 May 2019

Economía y Financiación del Transporte

Dentro de esta línea, los proyectos de investigación se desarrollan en tres vertientes. En primer lugar los PPPs (Public-Private-Partnerships), sobre regulación, licitación y contratos en infraestructuras de transporte; por otro lado, la planificación y gestión de infraestructuras y servicios de transporte; y, finalmente, realiza el análisis del impacto económico (micro y macro) y la aceptabilidad de los sistemas de tarificación de infraestructuras.

 

Investigador Responsable:

Dr. José Manuel Vassallo Magro.

 

Otros investigadores:

Dr. Antonio Sánchez Dra. Thais Rangel
Dr. Juan Gómez Sánchez Dra. Natalia Sobrino Vázquez
Fernando Romero García
 Laura Garrido Maza

eutrainEUTRAIN. European Transport Research Area International Cooperation Activities
Period: October 2011 - October 2013
Financing entity: European Commission, 7th Framework Programme
Researchers: José M. Vassallo, Julián Sierra
Status: Ongoing

Participating entities

European Conference of Transport Research Institutes (Bélgica)
EURNEX e.V. - European Rail Research Network of Excellence (Alemania)
VOLVO Technology Corporation (Suecia)
ERTICO - European Road Transport Telematics Implementation Coordination scrl (Bélgica)
FEHRL - Forum of European National Highway Research Laboratories (Bélgica)

 

Description:

In the field of Transport research, the European Union as well as other major national, federal or regional entities of “global” importance such as the U.S., Japan, Australia, South America, India, China, and others are buffeted by common transport related problems and challenges. International Cooperation in Transport research is becoming therefore an increasing priority aiming, primarily, at creating “critical mass” in moving collaboratively to solve critical 21st century transportation challenges. The main idea and objective is to establish – through international cooperation in transport research - the free circulation of specialized knowledge, experience and know how in facing transport problems and challenges and create through collaboration the conditions for more “breakthrough” research and achievements that would otherwise require more time and resources if faced individually and separately. As the European Transport Research Area (ERA -T) takes shape and strength, international transport research collaboration can both help its further strengthening and internal cohesion as well as boost Europe’s competitiveness in the global economy. The EUTRAIN proposal seeks to put forward a framework for such international cooperation in Transport research between the European Transport Research Area (ERA-T) and other regions, in order to ease existing barriers and limiting factors for such collaboration. It is also of major interest to try and achieve, within international research collaboration, an increased focus on human resources and creating the next generation of “global” researchers. EUTRAIN will build upon field of Transport research, the European Union as well as other major national, federal or regional entities of “global” importance such as the U.S., Japan, Australia, South America, India, China, and others are buffeted by common transport related problems and challenges.

International Cooperation in Transport research is becoming therefore an increasing priority aiming, primarily, at creating “critical mass” in moving collaboratively to solve critical 21st century transportation challenges. The main idea and objective is to establish – through international cooperation in transport research - the free circulation of specialized knowledge, experience and know how in facing transport problems and challenges and create through collaboration the conditions for more “breakthrough” research and achievements that would otherwise require more time and resources if faced individually and separately.

As the European Transport Research Area (ERA-T) takes shape and strength, international transport research collaboration can both help its further strengthening and internal cohesion as well as boost Europe’s competitiveness in the global economy. The EUTRAIN proposal seeks to put forward a framework for such international cooperation in Transport research between the European Transport Research Area (ERA-T) and other regions, in order to ease existing barriers and limiting factors for such collaboration. It is also of major interest to try and achieve, within international research collaboration, an increased focus on human resources and creating the next generation of “global” researchers. EUTRAIN will build upon the existing experience and know-how in this field - that has been gained in recent years through specific actions of international cooperation as well as projects / studies – and will go one step further to In the field of Transport research, the European Union as well other major national, federal or regional entities of “global” importance such as the U.S., Japan, Australia, South America, India, China, and others are buffeted by common transport related problems and challenges. International Cooperation in Transport research is becoming therefore an increasing priority aiming, primarily, at creating “critical mass” in moving collaboratively to solve critical 21st century transportation challenges. The main idea and objective is to establish – through international cooperation in transport research - the free circulation of specialized knowledge, experience and know how in facing transport problems and challenges and create through collaboration the conditions for more “breakthrough” research achievements that would otherwise require more time and resources if faced individually and separately. As the European Transport Research Area (ERA-T) takes shape and strength, international transport research collaboration can both help its further strengthening and internal cohesion as well as boost Europe’s competitiveness in the global economy.

The EUTRAIN proposal seeks to put forward a framework for such international cooperation in Transport research between the European Transport Research Area (ERA-T) and other regions, in order to ease existing barriers and limiting factors for such collaboration. It is also of major interest to try and achieve, within international research collaboration, an increased focus on human resources and creating the next generation of “global” researchers. EUTRAIN will build upon the existing experience and know-how in this field - that has been gained in recent years through specific actions of international cooperation as well as projects / studies – and will go one step further to make specific recommendations and policies that will be “ripe” for implementation.

Visit the offical web site of the EUTRAIN project

 

 

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