GP: EPOMM - Partners Learning Urban Sustainability (EPOMM PLUS) - Regional PDF Print E-mail
Key action: Energy-efficient transport

Status: OngoingEEPROM_PLUS

Coordinator:
Mr Karl-Heinz Posch
European Platform on Mobilty Management, Belgium
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Tel: +43 316 810 451 22 ; +43 316 810 451 22

Partners:

  • Asterreichische Energieagentur (AEA), Austria
  • EUROCITIES asbl, Belgium
  • Mobiel 21, Belgium
  • Club "Sustainable Development of Civil Society", Bulgaria
  • Transport Research Centre (CDV), Czech Republic
  • Estonian Institute for Sustainable Development, Stockholm Environment Institute Tallinn Centre (SEI), Estonia
  • Motiva Oy (Motiva), Finland
  • Centre for studies on urban planning transportation and public facilities (CERTU), France
  • Institut Landes- und Stadtentwicklungsforschung GmbH (ILS), Germany
  • Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
  • Center for Environmental Studies Foundation, Hungary
  • Euromobility, Italy
  • Statybos strategija (strategija), Lithuania
  • Ministerie van Verkeer en Waterstaat, Directoraat-Generaal Rijkswaterstaat, Adviesdienst Verkeer en, Netherlands
  • Polish Environmental Partnership Foundation (PEPF), Poland
  • PERFORM ENERGY (PEN), Portugal
  • The Regional Environmental Center for Central and Eastern Europe - Country Office Romania (REC), Romania
  • Development Agency Sinergija Ltd (Sinergija), Slovenia
  • CENTRO DE ESTUDIOS Y EXPERIMENTACION DE OBRAS PUBLICAS, Spain
  • WSP Sverige AB, Sweden
  • London Borough of Bromley, United Kingdom

 

Website: http://www.epomm.org; IEE Projects

Benefits: EPOMM-PLUS achieves advance in the use of Mobility Management through establishing itself as a reference authority and as a networking instrument within the European Union

Keywords: Mobility Management, Network, Good Practice

Duration: 01/07/2009 - 30/06/2012

Budget: EUR 1 983 652 (EU contribution: 75%)


Summary

EPOMM-PLUS aims to achieve a quantum leap in the use of mobility management in Europe. It establishes EPOMM (the European Platform On Mobility Management) as the authority and the networking instrument for the promotion of mobility management in Europe, thus strengthening EU cooperation and dissemination in this field. EPOMM is an EU network of Ministries or appointed agencies responsible for mobility management. EPOMM-PLUS will help that mobility management will be integrated in national transport policies by transferring good practices and supporting local pioneers by developing national networks The current network of EPOMM member states (UK, NL, ES, FR, AT, SE) will be expanded to four other states with some mobility management activity (BE, IT, DE, FI) and 10 states with minimal experience. Most are New Member States where alternative mobility measures complement EU Structural Funds investment in infrastructure or services as an alternative to the unprecedented growth in private car ownership. EPOMM national focal points and network initiators, which are organisations with an overview over relevant actions in their countries, will link with EPOMM-PLUS activities.

Results

At least 21 EPOMM members and 21 national networks by end-project
Mobility Management projects launched in countries as a result of EPOMM-PLUS: increase of 10% in mature countries, 50% increase in others
20 good practice transfers from EU-projects to a national level.
Established and maintained easy-to-use city modal split database and the Mobility Management European project evaluation database (MAXSara)
12 successful transfers of knowledge/experience of energy-efficient transport to new players, from country to country, from National Focal Points workshops

Lessons learnt

The project has started in July 2009.

Participating countries

Austria, Belgium, France, Finland, Estonia,Czech Republic, Denmark, Greece, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Spain, Slovenia, Sweden, UK


The information provided is of a provisional nature and given for information purposes only. It does not bind legally any of the involved parties.

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