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LinkingDanube deals with insufficient provision of cross-border traveller information on public transport, particularly considering cross-border commuting and mobility in rural areas. The overall project objective is to foster environmentally-friendly mobility options and balanced accessibility in the Danube Region through transnational, interoperable and multimodal journey planning in urban and rural areas. Currently no suitable multimodal, transnational system for travellers exists anywhere in Europe. Linking Danube especially focuses on connecting less accessible areas to the TEN-T network by linking alternative public transport services and integrating demand transport data into the services.

One main output is the LinkingDanube Concept for transnational, multimodal journey planning services. The Concept shall serve as input both for the technical development work within LinkingDanube as well as for uptake by project externals. The LinkingDanube Service (Technical Tool) will build on existing systems and will be implemented in a decentralised way ensuring high-quality data. All decentralised journey planners can be addressed through an open interface, ensuring transnational routing via one central application operated by end-user service providers.

The Pilot Action will demonstrate feasibility and functionality of the LinkingDanube concept including both integrating rural public transport services in the information flow of national/regional journey planners and linking services for cross-border service provision.

LinkingDanube is co-funded by the Danube Transnational Programme of the European Union.

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Interreg Danube Thematic Pole 6: Sustainable Transport Solutions and Mobility - Newsletter

The common denominator of the projects affiliated with this Thematic Pole is MOBILITY. The six projects, although they all seek for sustainable mobility solutions, they do it by tackling different aspects such as: promotion of e-mobility and walking, creation of cycling connections between touristic places along the Danube river, development of urban mobility plans and better integration of public transport, design of traveler information services and development of sustainable transport infrastructure concepts.

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The EU ITS Platform (EU EIP) is the place where National Ministries, Road Authorities, Road Operators and partners from the private and public sectors of almost all EU Member States and neighboring countries, cooperate in order to foster, accelerate and optimize current and future ITS deployments in Europe in a harmonized way.

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DATEX II is a standardized e-language for information exchange between traffic management centers, traffic information centers and service providers and constitutes the reference for applications tha have been developed in the last 10 years.
The European Commission describes the DATEX II standard as preferred in several Delegated Acts supporting the ITS Directive and ITS Action Plan.The number of users is increasing steadily. In 2020 DATEX II will be the information model for road traffic and travel information in Europe.

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The “EIP+” continues to pursue the “EIP” objective of fostering the consensus building between EU Member States to provide harmonized ITS Services. The “EIP+” is also the interface with the “Corridor” projects. Furthermore, the particularity of the “EIP+” will be the strong interface with the “Corridor” projects that are co-funded under the EC 2013 ITS Call, by monitoring their technical progress on ITS services implementation that will be performed, as well as collecting and elaborating their results. One more important task will be the dissemination of knowledge and experiences both inside and outside the partnership of the “EIP+” in order to make available best practices for the future ITS Service deployments.

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Within CROCODILE public authorities, road administrations and traffic information service providers of in total 13 European Member States are committed to set up and operate a data exchange infrastructure based on DATEX II. That infrastructure will be used to exchange data and information between all involved stakeholders, including private partners, with the goal to provide harmonised cross-border traveller information services along the whole corridor. A specific focus within CROCODILE will be on safety-related and truck parking information services.

The CROCODILE corridor project succeeds the previous projects EasyWay and EasyWay 2. CROCODILE involves the Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries to ensure data exchange and service provision along three main road corridors: Baltic – Adriatic, Rhine – Danube, Orient-East-Med.

Currently, the objectives of the CROCODILE project are continued through the CROCODILE 2 Project, which is funded through the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF).

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The European ITS Platform (EIP) is a key player in supporting future European ITS deployment plans. The EIP combine resources from different EU actors (EIP Member States/Beneficiaries, public and private road operators) in a joint effort to ensure the creation of a proper environment for harmonizing existing and future ITS services according to EU policies and objectives, as well as building upon the achievements of the EasyWay I and II project phases.

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HeERO (Harmonized European eCall Pilots) addresses the pan-European in-vehicle emergency call service "eCall" based on 112, the common European Emergency number. For three years (January 2011 to December 2013), the nine European countries forming the HeERO 1 consortium (Croatia, Czech Republic, Finland, Germany, Greece, Italy, The Netherlands, Romania and Sweden) carried out the start-up of an interoperable and harmonised in-vehicle emergency call system.

The overall project objective of HeERO is to prepare for the deployment of the necessary infrastructure in Europe with the aim of making the harmonised Pan-European interoperable in-vehicle emergency call service "eCall" a reality. The implementation of the eCall service at European level should take into account two major conditions on which its successful operations will depend, namely interoperability,cross border continuity and harmonisation.

The project is partially funded by the European Commission under the ICT PSP programme.

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