The project has published the cross-border action plan for improving maritime and multimodal freight transport. The plan includes guidelines, priority measures, and KPIs that will be tested in pilot actions starting in September 2020. This cross border strategy was developed through the analysis of best practices in ICT tools and policies, territorial needs assessments, and training opportunities for the project partners.
You can now download the document from the library of the "Docs&Tools" section of the Promares website:
PROMARES | Promoting maritime and multimodal freight transport in the Adriatic Sea is a research project funded by the Interreg Italy-Croatia Program.
The project enhances the transport planning competences by means of an in-depth cross-border study analyzing each territory in detail; a dedicated training seminar and the elaboration of a cross-border action plan, to be tested through pilot actions; testing ICT solutions for streamlining freight transport in the ports and in the most relevant intermodal logistic node of the Programme Area; setting up an enduring cross-border cooperation network, simultaneously and innovatively combining a bottom-up (from stakeholders to policy-makers) and top-down (from policy-makers to concrete action) approach.
The Sustainable Logistics unit of VIU-TeDIS is one of the project partners and its role in the project is to analyze the current situation of maritime and intermodal transport in the Programme Area, capitalizing and updating existing data also from past EU projects, involving key stakeholders in the Region. The assessment of the activation of new intermodal links and the elaboration of the business and governance models for intermodal transport aims at the definition of KPIs for optimized maritime and intermodal transport, taking into consideration the opportunities and challenges of the latest ICT systems available.
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