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1 Looking forward Innovative ideas and how to take advantage of them 12 November 2013, Stuttgart, Germany Siegfried Rupprecht, Rupprecht Consult

2 Where is the EU moving?

3 Framework conditions of EU – Transport Policy  Trends  higher profile of urban transport (climate change!)  clearer priorities of networks, topics, instruments  EU funding more strongly connected to EU policy goals  stronger monitoring of policy implementation

4 EU Policy Initiatives during 2013  strategies for alternative fuels and charging infrastructure ("Clean Power for Transport"; Jan 2013; incl. draft directive)  consultations and roadmaps to implement Transport White Paper  new infrastructure policy (TEN-T; Oct 2013) and "Connecting Europe Facility"  European Innovation Partnership "Smart Cities and Communities" (High Level Group, Oct 2013)  operational planning of regional policy programmes for 2014 – 2020  research and innovation programme "Horizon 2020" 2014 – 2020 (launch: mid Dec. 2013)  Urban Mobility Package (end 2013?) … and still a lot to do!

5 Urban Mobility Package (Dec. 2013?)  sustainable urban mobility plans (SUMP)  criteria for more effective planning (ELTIS-Guidelines)  "high quality planning" increasingly basis for EU funding  traffic safety: "zero fatality" vision  urban freight logistics  maintain urban core functions  access management  which systems, policies are effective ("patchwork")  improve coordination among actors

6 Horizon 2020 : "smart, green and integrated transport"  sustainable urban mobility plans  open data  multimodal travel info  innovative infrastructure  vehicles & batteries  small business innovation  "Smart Cities and Communities"  "CIVITAS 2020"  advanced bus concepts  traffic safety analysis  cooperative ITS  modal shift strategies  electric public transport  urban freight  growth in public transport  walking & cycling

7 "Smart Cities and Communities"  large lighthouse projects integrating energy, transport, ICT sectors  partnership between municipalities and industry  holistic approach integrating existing or very near to market technologies in an innovative way:  (nearly zero) or low energy districts (energy from local resources, refurbishment of buildings, crosscutting ICT for management of energy/ transport systems)  integrated infrastructures (networks, street scenes, sites, including smart grids, broadband infrastructures, poly-networks)  sustainable urban mobility ( integration of energy/ fuelling infrastructure with vehicle fleets powered by alternative energy carriers for public and private transport, including logistics and freight)  200 m€ EU-funding 2014/15 (plus other sources)

8 "CIVITAS 2020"  "CIVITAS 2020" extended to entire urban mobility area of transport work programme  EU-funding 100 m€ in 2014/15  2014: research and demonstration tasks  2015: research and demonstration tasks (incl. 50 m€ for CIVITAS demonstration  two-stage application process  timetable (1 st call)  publication mid Dec 2013,  stage 1 proposals end March/ stage 2 proposals August 2014?  project start end 2014/ early 2015 (?)  up to 70% funding (plus 25% flat overheads)  CIVITAS demos:  EU contribution: 12 to 18 m€  consortia of 4 – 5 cities with strong common interests

9 "CIVITAS 2020"  measures selected from integration areas:  clean fuels and vehicles  collective passenger transport  demand management strategies  mobility management  safety and security  car-independent lifestyles  urban freight logistics  transport telematics

10 And the TIDE rolls on …

11 TIDE webinar – December 2013 Coming in early 2014 Based on the content of the workshop here in Stuttgart Sharing ideas and outcomes with a larger audience

12 E-learning – spring courses Pricing measures Non-motorised transport Traffic and network management Electric mobility Public transport organisation Sustainable urban mobility planning Your ideas?

13 Upcoming TIDE workshops for Circle Cities  WS2 – Making innovation reality, a first-hand view – A topic-specific site visit and workshop Spring 2014 – visits to TIDE partner cities Budapest, Donostia-San Sebastian, Milan, Reading, Rotterdam (specific dates and locations TBC) Including topical site visits and presentations, exchange with other cities, international networking opportunities, information on the latest sustainable mobility measures  WS3 – Putting it all together – A workshop on integrating transport innovation and sustainable urban mobility planning Spring 2015 – location TBC

14 TIDE products TIDE Handbook for Transferability Analysis in Urban Transport and Mobility Practitioner’s Handbook for Applying Impact Analysis to Urban Transport Innovation Implementation Guidelines for 10 Innovative Measures Country-specific events Check out for the latest updates.www.tide-innovation.eu

15 Thank you! We look forward to working with you over the coming months!


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