Project

INTERMODAL
INTERmodality MOdel for the Development of the Adriatic Littoral zone

Priority and Measure
Measure 3.2 - Sustainable Mobility Systems
Priority 3 – Accessibility and Networks
EUSAIR Pillars
Sustainable tourism, environmental quality, connecting region
Type of Project
Ordinary
Interviewee
Andrea Giacomelli
Interviewee role
Project Manager
Organization
Conerobus Spa
E-mail
a.giacomelli@conerobus.it
Telephone
+39 071 2837 411
Project website
www.intermodality.eu
Budget in euros
2.000.000,01

Partners

Role Name City Country Contact Person Email / website
Lead Partner CONEROBUS - Public Company for Inter-Municipal Mobility Ancona Italy Muzio Papaveri   a.fratalocchi@conerobus.it www.conerobus.it
Partner 1 Ministry of Public Works And Transport Of Albania Tirana Albania Florian Bilali   florian.bilali@mppt.gov.al
Partner 2 Municipality of Vlora Vlora Albania Ilir Banushi i.banushi@bashkiavlore.org
Partner 3 Municipality of Jesi Jesi Italy Fulvia Ciattaglia fu.ciattaglia@comune.jesi.an.it
Partner 4 Emilia Romagna Region - Department for Trade And Tourism Bologna Italy Laura Schiff   lschiff@regione.emilia-romagna.it
Partner 5 Puglia Region - Mobility Department Bari Italy Vito Ferrante   v.ferrante@regione.puglia.it
Partner 6 City of Šibenik Šibenik Croatia Petar Mišura petar.misura@sibenik.hr
Partner 7 Split - Dalmatia County Split Croatia Ranko Vujcic ranko.vujcic@dalmacija.hr
Partner 8 Dunea Llc, Regional Development Agency Dubrovnik Neretva County Dubrovnik Croatia Zvonko Culjat   Email. zculjat@dunea.hr

Project Description

Description

Project description

INTERMODAL implemented common activities aimed at identifying the best methods to foster effectiveness of local transport systems according to needs of the involved areas. Communication had a key role to give information about activities, project results and to facilitate participation in the project. Awareness-raising activities were organised on green and intermodal transport solutions at local and EU level and underlined the role played by local authorities. The project implemented a research to understand which characteristics an integrated and intermodal system should have in order to be useful and sustainable, answer to needs of urban mobility, management and promotion of touristic flows for territories and what were the existing best practices in the area.

 

What has been done during the project in order to achieve its main goal(s)?

– 11 pilot actions were carried out and 9 reports produced. Some of the pilots entailed transfer of best practices within the area.

– A joint promotional strategy was adopted, providing joint promotional actions and the signature of a joint Manifesto in Ancona during the final conference, among more than 15 technical representatives. The Adriatic Manifesto aimed at promoting the Adriatic Basin as a unique touristic and intermodal destination. In addition to that, 3 local agreements were signed between transport and tourism stakeholders.

– Project activities, outputs and results were disseminated through: 18 newsletters issued and distributed in EN, IT, AL, HR, media actions on the occasion of main project events, website in EN, 3 Mobility Days organized by each partner (1 per year) as awareness raising actions on green and intermodal mobility, Guidelines with main project results published in EN, IT, AL, HR.

 

Which are the project main results/impacts? 

Result/Impact 1: GUIDELINES ON INTERMODAL  PRACTICES AND GUIDELINES TO MANAGE INTERMODAL PROJECT

The project produced as final publication the Guidelines that provide not only information on project results but also useful indications to run and manage similar projects aimed at fostering internal transport within an international consortium.

Result/Impact 2: IMPLEMENTATION OF COMMON DATABASE TO SHARE RESEARCH RESULTS, METHODOLOGY AND TOOLS

The partnership developed, approved and applied a common methodology for research, analysis and for CBC dialogue. The overview of best practices and findings from research activities served as basis for the creation of a system of common cross-border indicators that can be used for monitoring of future activities in similar cross-border actions. All achieved outputs are uploaded in the project database connected to the project website.

Result/Impact 3: ESTABLISHMENT OF “LOCAL MOBILITY BOARDS” AND ISSUING OF STRATEGIC INPUTS TO THE STAKEHOLDER

The dialogue within Local Mobility Boards produced the development of a series of transferrable tools to be used to facilitate the adoption of sector policies and mainstreaming processes, among others: a stakeholder map for selecting the key players to be involved in the process; a matrix for the identification of the major themes to be inserted within Strategic Plans; an instant report (swot analisys) to include the inputs of stakeholders and citizens on key issues (regulations, distribution of financial resources, IT infrastructures, information to citizens) within the implementation of the Strategic Plan; a Strategic Plan for Local Intermodal Mobility suggested how to integrate inter-modality at local level; technical seminars to share best practices and experiences. FB8 integrated its Strategic Plan inputs into the Master Plan for the functional region for South Dalmatia area.

Result/Impact 4: PILOT ACTIONS IMPLEMENTED AT LOCAL LEVEL

Each Partner implemented a pilot action at local level, the pilot actions results were assessed using a set of 10 common indicators. The following results have been achieved: 13 transport services improved; 8 intermodal transport facilities improved.