FÖMTERV / BKK (2012): Recommendations for regional cycling developments of Budapest metropolitan area
Cycling is widely known as an efficient and environmentally friendly transport mode of urban movements. Its role and potential in the metropolitan region, however, has always been an item of secondary importance in the Hungarian practice of planning and technical literature. Cycling has grown dynamically in recent years, which cannot only be seen …
Nared / Bole / Gabrovec / Geršič / Goluža / Visković / Rus (2012): GEORITEM 20 - Public Transport in the Ljubljana Urban Region: Integrative Planning
The study discusses various aspects of planning public transport in the Ljubljana Urban Region, in which it highlights the cooperation between Ljubljana as a metropolis and its functionally connected countryside. After studying the basic social processes that guide development in this region, such as centralization and suburbanization, it focuses …
COWI (2012): Impact on public transport of the toll ring in Oslo
The toll ring in Oslo was introduced in 1990 with the aim of increasing funding for transportation projects in the region. In 2008 the toll ring was expanded with a new collection point on the city limit between Oslo and Bærum in the West. At the same time there was a price increase in Oslo.
COWI (2012): Effects of a new fare and zone structure for public transport in Oslo and Akershus
The establishment of a joint public transport company in Oslo and Akershus has made it possible to coordinate and simplify the fare and zone structure for public transport in the region. This report is a summary of some effects of the new fare and zone system. The summary is based on available data and existing analyses as of June 2012, …
FGM-AMOR (2012): Regional models of cooperation for renewable energy in transport
In order to achieve the „climate protection targets“ (i.e. reduction of CO2-emissions) the City of Vienna seeks to improve the environmental friendliness of traffic. Therefore there is a strong interest in cooperation potentials and models for receiving more energy from renewable resources for using them in regional and local transport (both …
Province of Rome (2012): Technologies, market perspectives, experiences, best practices and short- and medium-term options. Key success factors, risks and barriers for renewable energy in transport
The study started from the reconstruction of the current Rome provincial transport situation, forecasted the development trends and evaluated the different strategies which can be adopted and their impacts in the environmental impact of the transport system. The current situation has been defined according to the different local transport plans:
IÖW / InnoZ (2011): Renewable energy in transport in Berlin-Brandenburg
An analysis of the current status and need for action with respect to possible metropolitan-regional energy partnerships (Berlin-Brandenburg region) in the transport sector. The German federal states of Berlin and Brandenburg have established ambitious climate and energy policy goals.
WSP / GR (2011): Is parking policy an efficient tool for promoting public transport?
As a part of the Catch-MR project, the Gothenburg Region Association of Local Authorities initiated an overview of how parking policy and parking related issues can influence the use of public transport. The study was conducted in several steps: Initially an overview of available literature was performed, resulting in a number of ideas and …
Hamedinger / Peer (2011): Development of a systematic description of metropolitan governance structures
This report developed a systematic description of metropolitan governance structures and applied this systematic for describing governance structures of the metropolitan regions of Catch-MR. After re-constructing the most important theoretical approaches to define metropolitan governance a systemic description of metropolitan governance is …