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REgenerating mixed-use MED urban communities congested by traffic through Innovative low carbon mobility sOlutions - REMEDIO

Responsable: José Antonio Becerra Villanueva
Tipo de Proyecto/Ayuda: Interreg Europa
Referencia: GRANT AGR. 862
Fecha de Inicio: 01-11-2016
Fecha de Finalización: 31-10-2019

Empresa/Organismo financiador/es:

  • Comisión Europea

Socios:

  • ARPA Veneto. Regional Agency for Environment Protection in Veneto
  • Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
  • Instituto Superior Técnico
  • Metropolitan Development Agency of Thessaloniki S.A.

Equipo:

Contratados:

  • Investigadores:
    • Elisa López García
    • José Antonio Delgado Albarreal
  • Técnicos/Personal Administrativo:

Resumen del proyecto:

REMEDIO aims at strengthening the capacity of cities to use low carbon transport systems and include them in their mobility plans by testing existing mobility solutions, through an assessment tool and participatory governance schemes that result in an operational path replicable by other MED urban areas with different city sizes.

It addresses the challenge of the high density areas surrounding the city centres with commercial and directional roads often suffering from traffic jam to the point of becoming wounds in the connectivity of the wide spread city and elements of additional economic crisis and even social exclusion.

For such congested roads, REMEDIO proposes to transform them into “horizontal condominiums”, forms of participatory governance that actively engage institutions, stakeholders and citizens and with which the Municipality can directly interact to improve multi-modal and low carbon mobility, freight logistic and environmental quality.

REMEDIO also implements concrete actions to relieve traffic congestion in Treviso (IT), Thessaloniki (EL), Loures (PT), and Split (HR), where territorial institutions, supported by research/technical partners, are involved as beneficiary partners and can put in place adaptation measures for improving the sustainability of urban mobility plans.

REMEDIO will also develop an Integrated Modelling Tool to support a transition for a low carbon mobility solution in the mediterranean region.

 

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