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COMPASS: optimised co-modal passenger transport fro reducing carbon emissions - An assessment of the potential impact of ICT solutions on a co-modal transport system.

Biosca, Oriol; Ulied, Andreu; Bielefeldt, Christiane; Calvet, Marta; Larrea, E; de Stasio, C; Schnell, O; Mandel, B; Bak, Monika; Borkowski, Przemyslaw; Matthews, Bryan; Chen, Haibo; Shibayama, Takeru; Lemmerer, Helmut; Enei, R; Cooper, J; Fonzone, Achille; Stewart, Kathryn

Authors

Oriol Biosca

Andreu Ulied

Christiane Bielefeldt

Marta Calvet

E Larrea

C de Stasio

O Schnell

B Mandel

Monika Bak

Przemyslaw Borkowski

Bryan Matthews

Haibo Chen

Takeru Shibayama

Helmut Lemmerer

R Enei

J Cooper

Kathryn Stewart



Abstract

This deliverable is the synthesis of the work carried out in WP6 of the COMPASS project, centred on
the assessment of ITS transport solutions to improve co-modality in Europe.
A framework for the assessment of solutions is provided in chapter 1 of this report. The assessment
framework is based on the experience gained in the INTERCONNECT and ORIGAMI FP7 projects.
This framework is both applied in the COMPASS Handbook of ICT Solutions (developed in WP5) and
in the Local Assessment of ICT Solutions based on case studies (developed in WP6).
The Local Assessment of ICT Solutions is performed through a set of 11 case studies. Case studies
are selected in order to cover a representative range of technological solutions applied in a
representative range of different territories in Europe. Potential transferability of solutions is also
discussed.
The European Assessment of ICT Solutions is analysed by modelling a set of alternative ITS
scenarios at EU-scale by means of the network model MOSAIC developed in the INTERCONNECT
FP7 project (also applied in ORIGAMI FP7). Hypotheses for scenarios are based on the findings
provided by the Local Assessment of ICT Solutions and the COMPASS Handbook of ITS Solutions.

Report Type Project Report
Acceptance Date Nov 28, 2013
Publication Date 2013-10
Deposit Date Jan 18, 2016
Publicly Available Date Jan 18, 2016
Peer Reviewed Not Peer Reviewed
Keywords Multimodal transport; transport policy; ICT and ITS applications; travel behaviour; user needs; modal choice
Public URL http://researchrepository.napier.ac.uk/id/eprint/9450
Contract Date Jan 18, 2016

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