The national Information and Technology Centre for Transport and Infrastructure (CROW) is a non-profit organisation in which the government and businesses work together in pursuit of their common interests through the design, construction and management of roads and other traffic and transport
In 2001 the 2nd phase of the country's integrated research programme was developed as a framework programme entitled 'Slovenia's Competitiveness 2001-2006'. This framework programme was established by the MSZS in co-ordination with other ministries and the Cabinet.
This programme follows a first coordinated programme targeted on transportation systems, that founded the knowledge and the organization of Italian Research teams at International levels, in particular in the fields of scenarios modelling, software tools for transport and traffic management and
This sub-programme follows a first coordinated activity targeted on car vehicles design, that founded the knowledge and the expertise of the Italian Research teams at International levels, in particular in the fields of hybrid transit vehicles.
This sub-programme follows a first coordinated activity targeted on modal transportation planning, management and control that founded the knowledge and the organization of the Italian Research teams at International levels, in particular in the fields of air traffic control, public transport
Leading economic research institutes in the Netherlands wrote the guideline in response to the controversies surrounding major investment plans concerning infrastructure (e.g. Betuwelijn, Tweede Maasvlakte). The feeling was that the lack of consensus among economists about how to calculate their
In order to tackle unsustainability-problems in passenger transport, the European authorities seek to redress the imbalance between modes. Public transport could improve its performance in the eyes of travellers and thereby positively influence it's market share compared to that of the private car
The programme focuses on the internal and external accessibility of the "Randstad", including the main ports and cities, for people, goods and information traffic. All of this within the broad framework of long-term trends in fields such as economic development, demographics, climate and energy. The
Much R&D is focused on an increasing variety of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) to be introduced in road traffic. These systems involve the assistance and/or automation of various basic driving tasks (vehicle following, lane keeping, lane changing, proper speed keeping) based on modern