Project - REgenerating mixed-use MED urban communities congested by traffic through Innovative low carbon mobility sOlutions

Description


Description (EN): REMEDIO aims at strengthening the capacity of cities to use low carbon transport systems and include them in their mobility plans by testing existing mobility solutions, through an assessment tool and participatory governance schemes that result in an operational path replicable by other MED urban areas with different city sizes. It addresses the challenge of the high density areas surrounding the city centres with commercial and directional roads often suffering from traffic jam to the point of becoming wounds in the connectivity of the wide spread city and elements of additional economic crisis and even social exclusion. For such congested roads, REMEDIO proposes to transform them into “horizontal condominiums”, forms of participatory governance that actively engage institutions, stakeholders and citizens and with which the Municipality can directly interact to improve multi-modal and low carbon mobility, freight logistic and environmental quality. REMEDIO also implements concrete actions to relieve traffic congestion in Treviso (IT), Thessaloniki (EL), Loures (PT), Split (HR) and Seville (ES), where territorial institutions, supported by research/technical partners, are involved as beneficiary partners and can put in place adaptation measures for improving the sustainability of urban mobility plans. The involvement of a partner acting within the CAT-MED network is promising for the transfer of the tested solutions to a wider audience of cities/regions of MED and EU areas.
Description: REMEDIO vise à renforcer la capacité des villes à utiliser des systèmes de transport à basse consommation d’anhydride et de les inclure dans leurs plans de mobilité urbaine, en vérifiant des solutions de transport urbain déjà existantes, grâce à un outil d'évaluation et d’un système de participation active gouvernementale. Cela s’adresse surtout à relever le défi des zones périphériques à forte densité de population avec d’importantes voies commerciales et axes souvent congestionnés, souffrant d'embouteillages au point de devenir des obstacles à la bonne connectivité du tissu urbain entre centre et périphérie, générant des coûts économiques et des problèmes d’exclusion sociale REMEDIO propose de les transformer en «copropriétés horizontales» avec lesquels la municipalité peut directement interagir pour améliorer de façon multimodale la réduction des émissions d’anhydride, optimiser le transport logistique et par conséquent offrir un meilleure qualité environnementale. REMEDIO met également en œuvre des actions concrètes pour améliorer la circulation congestionnée intra-urbaine de Trévise (IT), Thessalonique (EL), Loures (PT), Split (RH) et Séville (ES) pouvant mettre en œuvre des opérations locales pour bénéficier d’un prolongement du plan REMEDIO. L'implication d'un partenaire agissant dans le réseau CATMED est un encouragement pour l’expansion de solutions qui s’adressent à un large public citadin/régional des aires urbaines du bassin méditerranéen et de l'Union Européenne.
Expected Outputs (EN): customized modelling tool to evaluate the transport, energy and environmental-related performance of low-carbon actions to be implemented,Number of low-carbon mobility plans for the transferring of the best implementation scenario in the pilot roads/areas,Participatory governance events and assemblies,Participatory governance model to foster urban low carbon transport solutions,Protocols/agreements/MoU/legal acts of implementation through the identified model of participatory governance

Thematic Information


Thematics: Transport and mobility  Green technologies  
Specific Objective: To increase capacity to use existing low carbon transport systems and multimodal connections among them
Thematic Objective: (4) supporting the shift towards a low-carbon economy in all sectors by:
Investment Priority: (4e) promoting low-carbon strategies for all types of territories, in particular for urban areas, including the promotion of sustainable multimodal urban mobility and mitigation-relevant adaptation measures


Project Summary


Project name (EN): REgenerating mixed-use MED urban communities congested by traffic through Innovative low carbon mobility sOlutions
Project name: Régénérer à usage mixte MED communautés urbaines congestionnées par le trafic à travers des solutions de mobilité innovantes à bas carbone
Project acronym: REMEDIO

Period: 2014-2020
Date of latest update: 2019-05-23

Web: https://interreg-med.eu/

Project start date: 2016-11-01
Project end date: 2019-10-31
Project status: Closed

Total budget/expenditure: EUR 2.215.512,50
European Union funding: EUR 1.883.185,63

ERDF budget: EUR 1.883.185,63

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Partners Data


Lead Partner (EN): ARPA Veneto - Regional Agency for Environment Protection in Veneto Region
Lead Partner: ARPA Veneto - Agence régionale pour la protection de l'environnement dans la région du Veneto
Department: Regional Air Observatory
Address: via Ospedale Civile n. 24, Padova, Italy
Legal status: public

Department: Environment Department
Address: Praça da Liberdade, Loures, Portugal
Legal status: public
Address: Obala kneza Branimira 17, Split, Croatia
Legal status: public
Address: 1 V. Georgiou A' Avenue, Thessaloniki, Greece
Legal status: public
Department: Energy Engineering Department
Address: c/ San Fernando 4, Sevilla, Spain
Legal status: public
Department: Nuclear Science and Technologies Center
Address: Avenida Rovisco Pais, Lisboa, Portugal
Legal status: public
Department: Laboratory of Atmospheric Physics, School of Physics
Address: Ktirio KE.D.E.A- Tritis Septemvriou - Panepistimioupoli,, Thessaloniki, Greece
Legal status: public
Department: Environmental Department
Address: via Municipio n. 16, Treviso, Italy
Legal status: public

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