• Rikscha
  • Schaffner Lille
  • LKW
  • Truck Sonnenuntergang
  • Fahrradtiefgarage Pasing
  • Bus Valenciennes
  • Rennrad
  • Bikesharing
  • Hub HH
  • ICE Frankfurt
  • E-Auto
  • Fußgängersymbol
  • E-Bike Station
  • Fahrradampel

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Pilot Projects

The NISTO-partners defined nine pilot projects - considering the five key principles safety, economy, mobility, environment and customer satisfaction. The pilots are finished/almost finished and have been financed by other projects. They will help to develop the toolkit when being evaluated. The feedback of these pilot projects will directly have influence on the toolkit of the project. This developement of an integrated approach is necessary to propose a concept of smart mobility. In the following list you can find the pilot projects:

[Translate to fr:] Führung von Fahrradrouten (FR)

Pilot: A simulator for exchanging and managing imperfect information in Inter-Vehicle Communication using belief functions.

Cars are nowadays by far the most common means of transport, but this popularity leads to safety and environmental problems. One solution to improve safety and driver comfort consists in allowing vehicles to exchange information about events on the road such as accidents and traffic jams.

[Translate to fr:] Fahrrad freundliche Städte (FR)

One of the objectives of this project is to find out what the triggers are to make a city more bike friendly and in order to fulfill this objective surveys are organised by each partner of the project to encourage people to use their bike more often. The results of the surveys and tools developed through Bike Friendly Cities project will be disseminated through the NISTO project.

[Translate to fr:] Schadstoffarme Busse (UK)

This project relates to investment in hybrid bus technology bringing low carbon and sustainable transport in the West Midlands. The new fleet will reduce our customer’s carbon footprint by 30%, look great and have the latest on board advancements in customer experience including audio/visual technology to alert those with hearing and sight problems when their stop is approaching.

[Translate to fr:] Netzwerk West Midlands (UK)

NWM is a partnership brand, developed by Centro, Districts and transport operators. A key output of the initiative has been the introduction of INTERCONNECT, an integrated public transport information and wayfinding system for Birmingham City Centre.

[Translate to fr:] Die Freshbrains (NL)

In a city network several parties are working together to realise a better mobility between and within the cities and the network of cities. Goals are to strengthen the regional economic situation by good connectivity and sustainable regional transport.

[Translate to fr:] ENEVATE (EU)

ENEVATE is an Interreg IVB project with the aim to facilitate an accelerated introduction of electric mobility in Northwest Europe (NWE) through structured transnational cooperation between public authorities and business representatives. The project wants to boost innovation and competitiveness of the rapidly developing electric vehicle sector in NWE and at the same time to contribute to the urgent environmental challenge of reducing CO2 emissions.

[Translate to fr:] SINTROPHER (EU)

Sustainable transport for North-West Europe's periphery! Sintropher is a five-year €23m transnational cooperation project with the aim of enhancing local and regional transport provision to, from and within five peripheral regions in North-West Europe.

[Translate to fr:] FREE (GER)

Leisure and event traffic with intermodal bookable electric vehicles: “FREE” is a sustainable mobility concept which is aimed on the integration of electric vehicles and pedelecsin the public transport.

[Translate to fr:] Olympus (BE)

Living Lab Olympus puts the focus on sharing electric vehicles

Olympus examines the possible role of electric vehicles within the field of 'networked mobility', a network designed to promote mobility solutions. Via an open service platform, information about vehicles, charging infrastructure, power consumption, modes of payment, traffic... will be collected and evaluated.

Demonstration Projects

In addition to the nine pilot projects NISTO is testing the toolkit with new mobility projects, the demonstration projects. Hereby the five demonstration projects - one from each region - will be observed and evaluated with the toolkit from right at the beginning.

[Translate to fr:] i54 (UK)

i54 is a 220 acre (98 hectare) site at Wobaston Road on the boundary of South Staffordshire and Wolverhampton which is under development as a technology-based business park. The project is attempting to mitigate the impact of a large scale new development at the periphery of a key regional centre within the constraints of an existing urban transport network where there is limited scope for increasing highway capacity.

[Translate to fr:] MeineCardPlus (GER)

The guest ticket is a cooperation project between the different tourism destinations in the entire region of Nordhessen with hotels as most important partner: Guests that stay at any hotel in the region will receive a guest ticket offering entrance to cultural institutions, recreational facilities and a public transport ticket for RegioTram, trams, buses and rental bikes.

[Translate to fr:] Intermodaler öffentlicher Verkehrsknotenpunkt (FR)

Boulogne-sur-Mer is a hilly town and the support of electric bikes is an important issue to encourage alternative mobility. Therefore, a hub will be implemented near the train station to enable intermodal mobility and an easy change between the different transport modes.

[Translate to fr:] Bike PRINT (NL)

This project will contribute to better understanding cycling in order to improve bike infrastructure, cyclist safety, policy development, communication and more cohesion between government (municipalities) and cyclist. This all will lead to an impulse in modal shift (car tot bike) and sustainable infrastructure.

[Translate to fr:] SIMS (BE)

SIMS aims to support the local and regional mobility policy and renew movement habits and experiments on mobility plane with the aid of innovative smartphone and GPS technology, developed by the University of Ghent. This technology makes it possible to collect data on the trajectories of pedestrians , cyclists, public transport users and motorists and helps us to solve an important gap in the field of traffic information.

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