SOLEZ: Smart Solutions supporting Low Emission Zones and other low-carbon mobility policies in EU cities
Framework programme: Interreg Central Europe
Duration: 01.06.2016. - 31.05.2019.
Aim of the project: The majority of European cities have grown around an identifiable centre, where commerce, entertainment, shopping and political power are concentrated. Various instruments can be used to tackle this phenomena, such as access restriction policies, the location and pricing of parking, improvement of public transport services. Nevertheless, each of these approaches has proved to present pros and cons that need to be carefully evaluated to identify the most effective mix of solutions for each functional urban area (FUA). SOLEZ brings together 8 cities which are working on low carbon mobility solutions at different extents, so to enhance their strategies and develop smart services and products around the concept of low emission zones (LEZ) in functional urban areas.
- MUNICIPALITY OF VICENZA - ITALY
- CITY OF DUBROVNIK - CROATIA
- COORDINATOR OF SOUTH MORAVIAN INTEGRATED PUBLIC TRANSPORT SYSTEM - CZECH REP.
- PANNON BUSINESS NETWORK ASSOCIATION - HUNGARY
- GMINA MIASTA GDAŃSKA - POLAND
- CITY OF GRAZ - AUSTRIA
- UNIVERSITY OF ZAGREB, FACULTY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING AND NAVAL ARCHITECTURE - CROATIA
- TRANSPORT RESEARCH CENTRE - CZECH REP.
- CITY OF TURIN - ITALY
- CITY OF ŽILINA - SLOVAKIA
Activity of PBN: Innovative ICT-based services and solutions supporting the implementation of LEZ and related policies in functional urban areas: Within the project, and in close collaboration with local stakeholders, a set of different ICT-enhanced solutions will be developed and tested in the different partner cities, among others in Sárvár, aiming at increasing acceptability and reducing negative side effects of LEZ and other access restriction policies. The main addressed topics will be: Access to parking, Multimodal transport of goods to/from LEZ, Clean transport use and promotion
Project homepage: http://www.interreg-central.eu/Content.Node/SOLEZ.html
Program homepage: http://www.interreg-central.eu
"The project is realized in the Interreg Central Europe programme with the co-financing of the European Union and Hungary."