SPINE

SPINE aims to accelerate progress towards climate neutrality by integrating public transport systems with new mobility services, sharing schemes, active transport modes, and micromobility.

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About the project

SPINE sees smart Public Transport as a necessary piece of the climate transition puzzle. Through a network of collaborative Living Labs (LLs), the project will work to foster transferability that applies an intersectional view of  transport system users. With this equity-centered approach, SPINE aims to create more efficient, sustainable, resilient and inclusive public transport systems.

Co-creation activities will take place in the four Lead City LLs - Antwerp, Bologna, Tallin, and Las Palmas - where multiple stakeholders will help inform the development of efficient, replicable, and socially acceptable innovative mobility solutions.

The SPINE approach involves the creation of:

  • innovative simulation and Digital Twining (DT) tools, along with open data and behavioural models, that will allow the building of scenarios combining different mobility interventions and the implementation of the most promising ones;
  • data-driven impact assessment models that will foster the twinning, transferability and adaptation of the successful solutions of the four LLs in seven Twining Cities.

The successful solutions developed in the four LLs will be adapted and transferred to seven Twining Cities – Barreiro, Valladolid, Zilina, Sibenik, Heraklion, Gdynia, and Rouen.

SPINE sets an ambitious plan for the co-design and implementation of 55 smart, sustainable and inclusive mobility solutions.

 

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Cities

Fast Facts

January 2023 - December 2026

Project duration

39 partners

Project partners

€ 17,020,516

Project funding

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Thematic areas


Active mobility

Collective passenger transport & shared mobility
  • Car sharing

Clean & energy-efficient vehicles
  • Electric vehicles
  • Cleaner fleets

Smart, Sustainable, Connected and Shared mobility
  • ITS for traffic

Behavioural change & mobility management
  • Mobility Planning

Integrated & inclusive planning
  • Spatial planning / land-use planning
  • Multimodal hubs
  • Cooperation of policy fields and institutional stakeholders
  • Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans - SUMP

Public participation & co-creation

Partners

University of Zilina logo
PANEPISTIMIO AIGAIOU LOGO
Vallodolid logo
Halmstad University logo
PNO logo
Atom logo
Yunex logo
CIVINET Greece Cyprus logo
Instant System logo
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Cambiamo logo
City of Tallinn logo
Barreiro logo
Guaguas Municipality logo
ARCADIS logo
Bologna Commune logo
SOCIEDAD MUNICIPAL DE APARCAMIENTOS DE LAS PALMAS DE GRAN CANARIA SA logo
VALLAD (Ayuntamiento de Valladolid)
INLECOM LOGO
Municipality of Heraklion logo
PRZEDSIEBIORSTWO KOMUNIKACJI AUTOBUSOWEJ logo
AIMSUN LOGO
Cityway logo
MOBY X SOFTWARE
Eurnex logo
Sibenik logo
Konnecta Systems
Heraklion City Bus logo
University of Antwerp logo
.eu web awards
covenantofmayors.eu
eltis
EPOMM
European Mobility Week
managenergy
Smart Cities Marketplace
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