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CIVITAS Case Study - Sustainable freight logistics in Ljubljana

Freight logistics in cities are an important part of sustainable transport planning. Optimising delivery of goods can significantly contribute to reduced costs and reduced environmental impact, leading to improved quality of life in the city. Within CIVITAS, Ljubljana worked on the promotion of sustainable freight transport planning. By analysing the current situation, the problems were identified, new sustainable solutions were proposed and further benefits were demonstrated, including a computer simulation model.

CIVITAS Case Study - Leave your car at home for a night out in Ghent

The City of Ghent sought to achieve a modal shift towards more sustainable transport modes for trips to cultural events. It encouraged event organisers to make efforts in regard to sustainable mobility management and to establish promotion campaigns targeted at visitors.

CIVITAS Case Study - Integrated e-ticketing system in Craiova

Craiova’s public transport system was designed in line with the CIVITAS and MODERN project’s vision. It is an integrated system with three components: e-ticketing, video surveillance, and public transport fleet management. The real time information provided by the system is processed in the traffic management centre of RAT, the local transport company. The three structures are closely connected as they share a large part of the hardware and communication architecture. The on-board control units ensure the best performance and have proven to be an excellent technological solution.

CIVITAS Case Study - New ticketing system in Coimbra

Coimbra wants to make public transport faster, more comfortable, and easier to use. The city has realised that it is paramount to launch a new ticketing system that covers several transport operators and uses technology that allows for contactless validation. Moreover, the new ticketing system offers a wider range of products and makes fraud control more reliable. The main aim of the measure is to attract new public transport users by achieving greater technical reliability, greater integration, greater interoperability, and greater intermodality.

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