Interporto Bologna is partner of the European project SWIFTLY GREEN, funded by the European Commission under the TEN-T programme.
The project, which started in 2013, aims to produce a set of guidelines and measures for a more sustainable management of the European TEN-T freight corridors, with a special focus on the SCAN-MED corridor (Scandinavia-Mediterranean).
Thanks to the development of an IT Toolbox, the project’s target users will:
- Have an easy access to a number of measures which could be transferred and implemented into their contexts: e.g. intermodal services, policies and regulations, infrastructural improvements, IT systems;
- Be able to plan and choose the best combination of transport modes within a specific segment of the corridor, and check its real-time performance in terms of environmental, social and economic sustainability.
The project involves other 12 partners from Sweden, Denmark, Belgium, Germany, Austria and Italy: CLOSER/ Lindholmen Science Park (S), Trafikverket (S), Trelleborgs Hamn AB (S), Network for Transport Measures (S), Hafen Hamburg Marketing e.V (D), Freie Hansestadt Bremen (G), Technische Universität Berlin (D), Tiroler Landesregierung (A), Brenner Basistunnel BBT SE (A, IT), Terminali Italia (IT), Procter & Gamble (B), Trafikstyrelsen (DK).
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