Implementing solutions for optimised traffic management

EFRE (ETZ B, transnational)

Baden-Württemberg Bayern Hessen Nordrhein-Westfalen Rheinland-Pfalz Saarland

Die nachfolgenden Inhalte stammen aus dem Kooperationsprogramm "INTERREG NORTH-WEST EUROPE" (genehmigt am: 18.05.2015).

Kurzbeschreibung

Traffic management, development and implementation of multimodal transportation and optimising transnational logistic chains to avoid greenhouse gase emissions.

Förderziel

Implementing solutions for optimised traffic management to enhance capacity and to show tangible transfer to lower-carbon forms of transport, in order to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Fördergegenstände

Produktentwicklung, Markteinführung, Demonstrations-, Modell- und Pilotvorhaben, Wissenstransfer, Management, Verwaltung, Sachinvestitionen in Umweltschutzmaßnahmen, Strategieentwicklung, Konzept-, Teilkonzepterstellung, Vernetzung, Kooperation

Zuwendungsempfänger

The main beneficiaries are:

  • Governmental organisations (local, regional, national and international).
  • Civil society stakeholders (for example, third sector organisations such as NGOs and non profit organisations).
  • Education and knowledge institutions, including private or semi-public research organisations.
  • Intermediate bodies, for example chambers of commerce, development agencies, cluster organisations, technology transfer offices.
  • Enterprises in the transport sector.

Förderfähige Gebietskulisse

Die förderfähige Gebietskulisse in Deutschland umfasst: Saarland, Rheinland-Pfalz, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Hessen, Baden-Württemberg, Bayern (nur Oberfranken, Mittelfranken, Unterfranken, Schwaben).

 

Kooperationsmöglichkeiten bestehen mit folgenden Staaten: Frankreich, Luxembourg, Belgien, Niederlande, Vereinigtes Königreich, Irland, Schweiz.

 

Achtung: Bitte prüfen Sie im Kooperationsprogramm (KP, CP) welche Teilräume der Staaten förderfähig sind.

Art der Unterstützung

Non-repayable grant

Beschreibung

Actions are assigned to Programme-Part "Low Carbon - To facilitate the implementation of transnational low-carbon solutions in transport systems in order to reduce GHG-emissions in North-West Europe".

 

Actions may include collaboration on:

  • Developing, implementing and evaluating efficient traffic management solutions, such as seamless transport, smart mobility, IT systems, last mile concepts or services, journey planning tools, where these lead to real reductions of GHG emissions.
  • Developing and improving multimodal transport (freight and passengers), focused on reducing GHG emissions.
  • Optimising transnational logistic chains and systems in transport corridors or transport systems to reduce GHG emissions.
  • Actions lead to an increased capacity of transport management authorities (public or private) enabling them to better manage the transportation of goods and people across the NWE area, and leading to a reduction in transport related GHG emissions.

 

Hinweis: Weitere förderrelevante Informationen zur Maßnahme finden Sie im Cooperation Programme, S. 42-44.

Zielgruppe

  • Enterprises in the transport sector (such as service companies, logistic operators).
  • Public transport organisations.
  • Households/inhabitants.
  • Governmental organisations (local, regional, national and international) with strategic or regulatory powers for transport.

Zentrale Zuwendungsvoraussetzungen

Wichtige weitere Informationen zu Zuwendungsvoraussetzungen, wie z. B. die Mindestanzahl an Projektpartnern, finden Sie in den zugehörigen Unterlagen.

Auswahlverfahren

Das Auswahlverfahren umfassen jeweils eine Prüfung der formalen Eignungsvoraussetzungen, dem "eligibility check", (S. 32-33 und 41-43 des Programmhandbuchs) und, bei Feststellung der Eignung, einem Assessment der Qualität des Projektes (S. 33 und 45), welches die strategische Passung zum Programm sowie die Güte des Projektes bewertet. Hinzu kommen ggf. maßnahmenspezifische Auswahlkriterien. Die endgültige Entscheidung wird durch das Monitoring Committee getroffen.

Projektauswahlkriterien

Actions carried out to fulfill this specific objective are selected on the basis of five key principles:

  • Transnational additionality: Projects should clearly focus on delivering joint transnational actions and must demonstrate the additionality of the transnational approach compared to regional, national, interregional or cross-border approaches. This SO therefore targets transnational components of the NWE transport systems, such as corridors or transport flows (of goods/people) across the NWE territory.
  • Innovation: Projects should meet the criteria of innovation as described in section 1. Innovation should lead to limited volume of GHG emissions.
  • External coherence: Projects building on the results of other European programmes (such as the Connecting Europe Facility) are welcome. Transnational cooperation should refer to activities under these programmes, provide an explanation of synergies with them and must ensure there is no duplication of existing or previous projects carried out under other EU programmes.
  • Cross-sectoral relevance: Partnerships must involve a diversified mix of innovation stakeholders active in the transport sector (for example enterprises, researchers, education institutions, training organisations, policy-makers, private investors).
  • Result-based approach: Projects should be geared towards the demonstration, testing and implementation of new transport and transport management solutions that lead to lower GHG emissions than existing transport systems. Projects focusing on purely academic cooperation or basic research are not eligible.

Handlungsfelder

Nachhaltige Mobilität

Subthemen

  • Verkehrsverlagerung
  • Weitere Verkehrsoptimierung
  • Erarbeitung von Mobilitätskonzepten

Stand: Februar 2019