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Newsletter 8 - June 2010
SEETAC’s forth project meeting in Kolasin (Montenegro)

SEETAC's 4th Project meeting will take place on July 7th and 8th 2010, in Kolašin, Montenegro. The meeting will be hosted by the Montenegro Ministry of Maritime Affairs, Transportation and Telecommunication, organized in cooperation with the SEETAC's lead partner - Central European Initiative (CEI).

The first day's discussion will be focused on administrative and financial matters, organization of the next meetings and of the ministerial ...read more

SUGAR Project Public Event- Urban freight management: an exchange of good practices in the European context and beyond

Public Event: Urban freight management : an exchange of good practices in the European context and beyond - 16 November 2010

Brief Project Description

SUGAR focuses on addressing the problem of inefficient and ineffective management of urban freight distribution, a critical component of the overall urban transport system and a primary source of vehicle pollutant emissions.

To a...read more

Interview to the Ministry of Transport, Information Technology and Communications – Bulgaria

The public involvement has been determinant in recent years for the infrastructure development in Bulgaria. In the light of present global economic crisis and of the difficulties to quickly restart secure economic growth, which are the main priorities the Government intends to focus its attention on in the mid-term for the further implementation of the objectives foreseen by the Strategy Development Plan for Transport?

  In order to achieve ...read more

EURAC’S involvement in the EU funded projects – SEETAC, TRANSITECTS, iMONITRAF!

Within the SEETAC project the European Academy of Bolzano - Institute for Regional Development and Location Management is primarily in charge of the work package 4 (WP4). Its main task is the definition of multi-modal traffic scenarios, common mobility standards and environmental guidelines. Several technical meetings took place in Rome, Bucharest and Trieste to carry out the elaboration of a sustainable traffic model and transport scenarios for the road-, rail- and waterway-netwo...read more

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