Announcement: Four projects recommended for funding in the EN-UAC additional call “Innovations for Managing Sustainable Urban Accessibility” (EN-UAC Innovation Action).

The 7 national funding agencies, from 5 countries, in the call "Innovations for Managing Sustainable Urban Accessibility" (EN-UAC Innovation Action), have agreed on a list of four projects recommended for funding. These projects are to be started in 2023.

ACCTRAEvidence and acceptance – from experiments to transformation

Project coordinator: Technische Universität Wien – Institut für Raumplanung, Forschungsbereich Verkehrssystemplanung (University, Austria)

Project partners: netwiss (Company (SE), Austria), Ozyegin University Engineering Faculty (University, Turkey), City of Klagenfurt, Abteilung Klima- und Umweltschutz (Community, Austria), Maltepe Municipality (Community, Turkey), Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality (Community, Turkey), Bednar Landschaftsarchitektur e.U. (Company (SE), Austria, Koucky & Partners AB (Company (SE), Sweden)

StreetForum Transforming streets into accessible urban oases through consensus building with digital and analogue tools

Project coordinator: Vrije Universiteit Brussel Mobility, Logistics and Automotive Technology Research Centre (VUB/MOBI; University, Belgium)

Project partners: Space and place – kulturelle raumgestaltung (NPO, Austria), Bogazici University Department of Civil Engineering (University, Turkey), Technische Universität Wien – Institute of Visual Computing & Human-Centered Technology (University, Austria), Spacescape AB (Company (SE), Sweden), Tisserand Alain, Claude (Company (SE), Austria), Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality (Community, Turkey), Cultureghem vzw (Company, Belgium)

TAAM Toolbox for Agile urban Accessibility Management

Project coordinator: PRISMA solutions EDV-Dienstleistungen GmbH (Company (SE), Austria)

Project partners: Latvia University of Life Sciences and Technologies Faculty of Information Technologies (University, Latvia), WeAreDots,SIA (Company (ME), Latvia), Salzburg Research Forschungsgesellschaft m.b.H. (Research Centre, Austria)

TollsThatWorkCity tolls that work

Project coordinator: Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien – Multilevel Governance & Development (University, Austria)

Project partners: Baltic International Centre for Economic Policy Studies (BICEPS) (Research Centre, Latvia), Dolphin Technologies GmbH (Company (SE), Austria), Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute Statens väg- och transportforskningsinstitut (VTI) (Company, Sweden)




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