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Towards new Regional Action plans for sustainable urban Mobility

European Union
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Geo-spatial type
Total project cost
€1 290 909
EU Contribution
€1 097 273
Project Acronym
STRIA Roadmaps
Smart mobility and services (SMO)
Transport mode
Multimodal icon
Transport policies
Environmental/Emissions aspects
Transport sectors
Passenger transport,
Freight transport



TRAM project was designed to strengthen the urban dimension of regional and local policymaking, contributing to the implementation of EU Transport White Paper, Urban Agenda and the EU 2020 strategy and facilitating the shift to low carbon economy. In this sense, TRAM project contributed to the development of a competitive, resource-efficient and low-carbon oriented European transport system by improving the efficacy of regional and local policies on urban mobility of EU 5 partners which benefited from cooperation by the exchange of experience and the identification of measures to be included in their urban mobility policies.


TRAM started from the analysis of the common objective and priorities on urban sustainable mobility systems of partners‘ policy instruments (PIs) (ERDF O.P., R.O.P. and regional funds) to develop an interregional learning process leading to an improvement of the identified PIs in terms of new projects implemented, changes in the management and in the strategic focus, and to the enhancement of regional and local administrators’ capacities to adopt innovative urban mobility solutions. During the project, PPs and selected groups of relevant stakeholders (SGs) were involved in the learning process, consisting of 6 Study Visits and 3 Interregional Thematic Workshops, focusing on three improvement areas of urban mobility policies (transport policies; ITS for urban areas; low emission and green transport). The interregional learning process led to the drafting and adoption of 5 Action Plans which embedded, after a Peer Review analysis realised with the support of an identified group of experts (ITRE), the lessons learned into measures to improve partners’ policy instruments.


Specific funding programme
2014 - 2020 Interreg Europe
Funding Source
European Regional Development Fund


In terms of activities, the project had organised a total of 35 policy learning events. It had also produced 5 action plans and led to the increased capacity of 43 people.


Lead Organisation
Regione Marche
Via Gentile da Fabriano 9, 60125 Ancona, Italy
EU Contribution
€362 789
Partner Organisations
EU Contribution
€213 721
EU Contribution
€243 641
EU Contribution
€146 951
EU Contribution
€130 169


Technology Theme
Sustainable urban mobility plans
Mobility service planning
Development phase
Demonstration/prototyping/Pilot Production

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