International Project

TRACE

Opening the cycling and walking tracking potential

 

Duration: from 2015 Jun 01 to 2018 May 31

Financed by: European Commission

Prime Contractor: INESC-ID (Other)

this project will explore the potential of walking and cycling tracking services to promote walking and cycling mobility. We will focus on established walking and cycling promotion measures and thoroughly assess the potential of ICT based tracking services to overcome barriers to implementation and finding new factors driving the effectiveness of those measures, Through specific research, the related ICT challenges like scheme dynamics, privacy, trust, low-cost, interoperability and flexibility will be tracked for each type of measure. The measures to target will be established measures to promote walking and cycling travel to workplace, shopping, school and leisure promotion measures. We will investigate both the ability that tracking tools may have to address traditional challenges of these measures and their potential to bring new features in the fields of awareness raising, financial/tax incentives, infrastructure planning and service concepts. A common, flexible and open access toll will be developed to provide and ICT input and output platform that addresses the related ICT challenges.

Partnerships:  Energy Agency of Plovdiv (Other)
Partnerships:  Faculty of Traffic and Transport Engineering (University)
Partnerships:  INESC-ID (Other)
Partnerships:  Ljsberg Consultants (Company)
Partnerships:  LuxMobility (Company)
Partnerships:  MOBILE 21 (Company)
Partnerships:  Municipality of Águeda (Other)
Partnerships:  Municipality of Breda (Other)
Partnerships:  POLIS (Other)
Partnerships:  Southend on sea Borough Council (Other)
Partnerships:  SRM reti e Mobilitá Bologna (Other)
Partnerships:  TIS, (Other)
Partnerships:  University of Belgrade (University)

 

Principal Investigator: Paulo Jorge Pires Ferreira

Members:  Paulo Jorge Pires Ferreira
Members:  João Pedro Faria Mendonça Barreto

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