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.

ACCTRA – Evidence 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)

TollsThatWork – City 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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