EU added value from the project point of view
The H2POWER approach comes from the need for a public transport policy in line with the European policies and directives, without forgetting the concrete usability in the public service, thus the main features of spatial accessibility to the users, safety and economic management. The Lisbon strategy, with the integration of the Goteborg Council requests a synergic approach towards economic, social and environmental policies and confirms that “sustainable developments requires global solutions” (presidency conclusions Göteborg European Council – 15 and 16 June 2001).
EU added value from the Partnership and stakeholders point of view
Various key players in the sector of public transport (from the public ones, such as the Municipality to the public transport agency) will be able to exchange & transfer knowledge and experiences to other stakeholders through the development of ad hoc initiatives to be proposed to other national and European municipalities as well as to all the other stakeholders. Thus, contributing to setting up an integrated approach to the urban management, with particular reference to the mobility sector and to further influence the decision making process in relation to regional & national strategies for clean mobility innovations.
EU added value from the mobility sector point of view
Mobility is a key sector for a sustainable development finalised to the achievement of the Kyoto protocol objectives fort the reduction of pollutant emissions. Besides, the sector will benefit of an important process driver in the innovation of technologies and of alternative fuels for the road traction.
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