HighTool - A free and open source, high-level strategic transport model (2013-2015)
A free and open source, high-level strategic transport model to assess economic, social and environmental impacts of EU transport policy. The HIGH-TOOL model will allow quick scanning of transport policy options by the European Commission. (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology - KIT, DE, co-ordination)
5th Course edition: Urban Infrastructure and Transport Investment Assessment
October 20 & 27, November 2, 10 & 17, MCRIT with the College of Civil Engineering and the College of Economists of Catalonia organizes the 5th edition of this course based on the discussion of actual cases of assessments and investments in urban transport infrastructure.
Monitoring system for the Colonial City of Santo Domingo (Dominican Republic)
The monitoring system of the Colonial City of Santo Domingo provides the necessary information for a sustainable management of the expected increased number of visitors and tourists in the coming years, enhancing the suitable integration of tourism activities into the city and contributing to urban renewal. It is therefore necessary determine upper limits of tourist affluence and implement optimized management processes.. (Edinburgh Napier University, UK, co-ordination)
FLAGSHIP - Forward Looking Analysis of Grand Societal Challenges and Innovative Policies
FLAGSHIP is an FP7 project, funded by the European Commission (DG RESEARCH) under the “Socio-Economic Sciences and Humanities” theme, with the aim of developing a “Forward Looking Analysis of Grand Societal Challenges and Innovative Policies”. It aims at driving change, supporting the policy shift from adapting to changes through short-term policy responses, towards anticipating, welcoming and managing changes properly. (ISIS, IT, co-ordination)
MIND-SETS - Mobility Innovations for a New Dawn in Sustainable (European) Transport Systems
The project provides a new approach to understanding mobility as part of the overall changing lifestyles of different population groups across Europe. A multi-disciplinary coordination of intelligence provides a strong platform for the reinterpretation of our understanding of the ‘mobility mind-sets’ of Europeans; based on engagement with other leading experts in the field in Europe. The approach will be validated against key behavioural issues facing mobility decision-makers: increasing automation, door to door seamless smart mobility, sustainable and energy efficient fuels and mobility and social inclusion.
Development of the connection LYON-MADRID on the Mediterranean corridor
In the context of the TEN-T Mediterranean Corridor Global Project, CLYMA action focuses on freight transport connecting Lyon and Madrid to enable a coordinated implementation of the network. It comprises of studies on the organization and optimal implementation of the TEN-T network, taking into account long-term perspectives, environmental aspects and associated needs. Mcrit collaborates in the CLYMA project by developing an online calculator for emissions and externalities of transport for routes using the CLYMA axis.
LivingRAIL - Vision for rail in Europe in 2050
LivingRAIL is a research project funded by the European Commission. It develops a vision for rail transport in Europe 2050, and a roadmap for realizing it. (Fraunhofer ISI, DE, co-ordination)
Economic feasibility study Vila do Abraão - Ilha Grande - Angra Dos Reis
Impact assessment of three different interventions in infrastructure (sanitation, drainage and urbanisation) in Vila do Abraão,( Ilha Grande) within the Program for Development of Tourism (PRODETUR / RJ). A financial economic analysis (cost-effectiveness, cost-benefit) is used in accordance with the provisions of Regulation Operational Program-ROP for each type of intervention.
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