Thursday, 14 November 2019

 

Participating entities

Institut für Verkehrswesen (BE), Centre de recherches routieres (BE), Transportation Reseach Group - FUNDP University of Namur (BE), STRATEC, Kableshkov Higher School of Transport (BG), Transport Research Centre (CZ), Faculty of Transportation Sciences - Czech Technical University in Prague (DK), Centre for Traffic and Transportation CTT - Technical University of Denmark (DK), Danmarks Transport Forskning (DK), Technical Resear Centre of Finland VTT Building and Transport (FI), B2K Consultants (FR), CERTU (FR), INRETS (FR), LET (FR), Universite Paris Pantheon Sorbonne (FR), DIW Deutsche Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung (DE), DLR Deutsches Zentrum für Luft und Raumfahrt (DE), Institut für Verkehrswesen (DE), MAX Planck Institute for meteorology (DE), CERTH and HIT (GR), Department of Maritime Studies - University of Piraeus (GR), Hungarian Central Statistical Office (HU), Institute for Transport Sciences KTI (HU), Department of hydraulics of Politecnica di Torino (IT), Transport and Telecomunication Institute (LT), Faculty of Civil Engineering Skop JE (MACD.), Institute of transport Economics (NO), Road and Bridge Reseach Institute (PL), The Academy of Technical Sciences in Romania (RO), INCERTRANS (RO), Univ. Politechnica of Bucarest (RO), VUD Transport Reseach Institute (SK), SIKA (SE), IVT-ETH (CH), NSSI-ETH (CH), Transport Studies Unit - University of Oxford (UK), Transport Studies Group - University of Westminster (UK), Univesity College London (UK), Centre for Transport Studies (UK).

Description

The Domain is by definition cross-sectoral and multidisciplinary, encompassing a wide range of scientific expertises within the transport and land use planning, design, and management activities with a special emphasis on the strong interrelationships among the relevant policy fields as well on all aspects related to sustainable development.

The domain activities should be innovative and complementary to other European programmes in the relevant fields. The aim is to cover both basic and applied research activities including technical and technological developments and their changeovers that are relevant to policy and decision making processes.

A significant concern is devoted to activities exploring new research needs and developments.

 

Objectives

The main objective of the Action is to analyse the conditions under which the process of growing unsustainable transport demand could be reversed, by changing travellers' shippers' and carriers' behaviours