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TRIMIS

Study on fulfilment of enabling conditions for implementation of comprehensive transport planning system, including investment mapping and development of investment assessment methodologies

PROJECTS
Funding
Latvia
Latvia Flag
Duration
-
Status
Complete
Geo-spatial type
Other
Total project cost
€59 955
EU Contribution
€50 962
STRIA Roadmaps
Infrastructure (INF)
Transport policies
Deployment planning/Financing/Market roll-out
Transport sectors
Passenger transport,
Freight transport

Overview

Objectives

The aim of the research is to develop:

  • A mapping of existing and planned transport infrastructure (hereinafter - mapping);
  • A unified transport investment assessment methodology (hereinafter - methodology) for transport policy planning in order to ensure the investment precondition "Comprehensive transport planning at the appropriate level", which is stated in the 3rd policy objective “Closer Europe” in the common provisions on the EU funds regulation of the 2021-2027 planning period.

In particular:

Mapping includes digital information which:

  • Corresponds to the national energy and climate plans;
  • Comprises investments in the TEN-T core network corridors in accordance with the TEN-T network corridor plans;
  • Takes into account that investments should ensure sufficient connectivity of regional and local communities;
  • Identifies the needs of multimodal or transhipment cargo and passenger terminals, which facilitate multimodal transportation;
  • Takes into account evaluation of road traffic risks, according to the current national road traffic safety strategies and mapping of risky road sections and prioritising related investments;
  • Takes into account information on financial resources, which correspond to the planned investments and which are necessary to cover current and planned exploitation expenditures.
Methodology

The methodology is a complementary support tool for the transport policy and investment strategy planning, it will allow to evaluate and plan the impact of investments on transport flows, connected mobility solutions, climate plans and road safety nationwide.

Research horizon:

Historical data: 1993 – 2019

Forecasts: 2020-2030, up to 2050, if available.

Funding

Funding Source
The study is financed from the state budget and co-financed by the European Social Fund (ESF)

Partners

Lead Organisation
Organisation
Ministry of Transport Republic of Latvia
Address
Gogoļa Street 3, Riga, LV-1050, Latvia
Organisation website
Partner Organisations
Organisation
Riga Technical University
Address
Kalku str. 1, RIGA, 1658, Latvia
Organisation website

Technologies

Technology Theme
Information systems
Technology
Sustainable knowledge platform
Development phase
Validation
Technology Theme
Infrastructure management
Technology
Decision Support Tools for infrastructure management
Development phase
Validation
Technology Theme
Information systems
Technology
Sustainable urban mobility planning
Development phase
Validation

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