Living Labs can support the co-creation of new mobility concepts to promote their public acceptance and subsequently a more sustainable and smarter mobility. This report presents the journey of implementing the Future Mobility Solutions Living Lab (FMS-Lab) at the European Commission’s Joint
Smart mobility systems and services and transport electrification have the potential to contribute to transport decarbonisation. Policy and innovation efforts have to focus on integrated transport strategies as part of wider smart and sustainable city strategies. They should take into consideration
This report provides an overview of relevant European Research and Innovation (R&I) projects dealing with waterborne transport decarbonisation, based on the European Commission’s Transport Research and Innovation Monitoring and Information System (TRIMIS). The report analyses various measures put in
This report provides an overview of the TRIMIS database and activities (the third report of this type), showing the general status of transport Research and Innovation (R&I) and updates on assessment of the seven STRIA roadmaps. Since the last overview, the database includes 7571 projects (over 11%
Adequate research and innovation (R&I) is paramount for the seamless testing, adoption and integration of network and traffic management systems. This report provides a comprehensive analysis of R&I initiatives in Europe in this field. The assessment follows the methodology developed by the European
For smart mobility to be cost-efficient and ready for future needs, adequate research and innovation (R&I) in this field is necessary. This report provides a comprehensive analysis of R&I in smart mobility and services in Europe. The assessment follows the methodology developed by the European
The objective of this report is to provide a comprehensive and exhaustive overview on transport contribution to economic growth, alongside the externalities of environmental and social impact towards sustainable transport to achieve climate neutrality by 2050 within the EU.
Within the TRIMIS framework, horizon scanning is applied through a structured and systematic collaborative exercise that contributes to the identification of new and emerging transport-related technologies and trends, with a potential future impact on the transport sector. Furthermore, it supports