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FUTUREMED (2012-2015)

 TITLEFreight and passengers sUpporting infomobiliTy systems for a sUstainable impRovEment of the competitiveness of port-hinterland systems of the MED area
 CONTRACT GIVEREuropean Union: MED Programme
 PROJECT LEADERdr. Stane Božičnik
 TIME FRAME01. 06. 2012 - 31. 05. 2015
 PROJECT COORDINATORLazio region  (Italy) 
 PARTNERSPort Authority of Civitavecchia (Italy), Autonomous Region of Friuli Venezia Giulia (Italy), Institute for Transport and Logistics Foundation (Italy), Port Authority of North Sardinia (Italy), Hellenic Ministry of Infrastructure, Transport and Networks (Greece), Centre for Research and Technology Hellas (Greece), Thessaloniki Port Authority S.A. (Greece), TRAINOSE S.A. (Greece), Fundacion Zaragoza Logistics Centre (Spain), Valenciaport Foundation (Spain), AFT (France), University of Maribor (Slovenia), BSC-Business Support Centre, L.t.d., Kranj (Slovenia), Cyprus Center for European and International Affairs (Cyprus)

The main idea of the project is to improve the competitiveness of port systems in the MED area by improving accessibility through technology and procedural innovations and guaranteeing sustainability of transport. The idea focuses on the realization of interoperable management information systems and on the reduction of externalities.

The project addresses three strategic sectors: freight, passenger and touristic traffics. The project intends to define and implement, by means of concerted territorial actions and pilot projects, sustainable middle- and long-term development strategies. These will be focused: on the removal of the current barriers concerning accessibility of ports (seaside and landside); on the integration of ports with the hinterland; on the development of logistics activities and intermodal transport connected with ports; on the development of infomobility aiming at fostering attractiveness and making port system more efficient; on the specialization of port systems.

Specifically, the project intends to make freight and passenger flows seamless by means of experimental activities and pilot projects concerning interoperable information systems which integrate port systems with inland logistics infrastructures (e.g. dryports) and with transport and service operators. 

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