Priority 3

BATTERIE | CFAEFFIPLAT | SITE

Project

BATTERIE

Lead Partner 

 Action Renewables Limited, UK 

Partners Countries

ES(4), FR(1), IE(1), PT(2), UK(3)

Budget / ERDF

3,435,848.11 € / 2,233,300.98 €

Summary

The objective of the BATTERIE project (Better Accessible Transport to Encourage Robust Intermodal Enterprise) is to create more accessible and sustainable transport while ensuring and motivating improvements to the existing infrastructure in the AA. It intends to exploit instruments to improve the efficiency of multimodal logistics, which could include the effective interconnections between intermodal networks; how to introduce "intelligent" technologies; and the identification of the alternative fuel sources available.  .

Project

CFAEFFIPLAT

Lead Partner 

GOBIERNO VASCO, ES 

Partners Countries

ES(6), FR(2), IE(1), PT(1)

Budget / ERDF

1,320,718.75 € / 858,467.17 €

 Summary

The strategic objective of the CFAEFFIPLAT project is the promotion and development of the Atlantic Rail Corridor for freight from an integrated transport viewpoint, favouring its interconnection with ports and multimodal logistics platforms in the Atlantic Arc through the creation of a transnational network including public authorities, rail, logistics and port operators (public and private), with a shared interest in the improvement of rail and intermodal transport in the Atlantic Corridor for freight.

Project

SITE

Lead Partner 

 Nantes Métropole Communauté Urbaine, FR 

Partners Countries

 ES(3), FR(1), IE(2), PT(1), UK(1) 

Budget / ERDF

6,637,299.58 € / 4,314,244.72 €

 Summary

 The aim of SITE is to bring together a number of regional transport authorities representing the 5 member states in the Atlantic Area to work together on the development of smart ticketing products and to address the barriers to interoperability of tickets. New ticketing products will be introduced and evaluated in pilot projects in the different regions. The ultimate goal is that residents will be able to purchase a smart ticket that can also be used in the transport networks in the other regions, thus contributing to a reduction in the use of private motor vehicles in Atlantic Area cities and regions.

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