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SHAREPLACE - transferable solutions for an integrated mobility system


Transport systems in Central Europe often show a lack of integration between modes of transport, resulting in weak local, regional and transnational accessibility. Disparities in appropriate connections within and among centres of urbanization often contribute to an unbalanced territorial development.


The overall goal of SHAREPLACE is to develop an innovative approach to improve the connectivity of local, regional and transnational mobility systems. SHAREPLACE will be open to all types of passenger transport services and target groups. Initial development and testing will be carried out in six pilot regions: Bologna, Crema, Fuschlsee-Mondseeland (FUMO), Osijek, Ulm and Zalaegerszeg. By implementing living labs and actively engaging stakeholders, transferable solutions for a more integrated, accessible and harmonized mobility system in six central European regions will be designed. These solutions will be supported by innovative business models and strategic guidelines for policymakers and planners.


AustriaTech is lead partner of the project, responsible for the Communication workpackage and a thematic workpackage dealing with the development of the operational and business tools. Furthermore, AustriaTech supports the Austrian partner region Fuschlsee Mondseeland (FUMO) in their pilot activities as well as the transnational knowledge exchange between the six participating regions. As any other project partner, AustriaTech is responsible for involving stakeholders such as policy makers, service providers, mobility planners and local communities for ensuring the feasibility and transferability of measures and results.


The project is supported by the Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE Programme funded under the European Regional Development Fund.


The project consortium is formed of 11 project partners and one associated partner. You will find them here.


For more information please have a look at the project homepage.


If you have any questions please contact Mr. Florian Kressler.