- Project ID TRANSIT
- Project duration 2020-05-01 > 2022-10-31
- Total EUR 1 226 490
- EU Contr. EUR 999 950
- Status Ongoing
TRANSIT’s vision is that of a multimodal European transport system where the different modes are seamlessly integrated, so that passengers travel from door to door in an efficient, sustainable and resilient manner. Realising this vision requires coordinated planning and collaborative decision-making across transport modes, as well as multimodal information systems that allow passengers to plan and reconfigure their journeys in real time.
The goal of TRANSIT is to develop a set of multimodal key performance indicators (KPIs), mobility data analysis methods and transport simulation tools allowing the evaluation of the impact of innovative intermodal transport solutions on the quality, efficiency and resilience of the door-to-door passenger journey.
The specific objectives of the project are the following:
- Propose innovative intermodal transport solutions based on information sharing and coordinated decision making between air transport and other transport modes.
- Develop multimodal KPIs to evaluate the quality and efficiency of the door to door passenger journey.
- Investigate new methods and algorithms for mobility data collection, fusion and analysis allowing a detailed reconstruction of the different stages of long-distance multimodal trips and the measurement of the new multimodal KPIs.
- Develop a modelling and simulation framework for the analysis of long-distance travel behaviour that allows a comprehensive assessment of intermodal solutions in terms of the proposed multimodal KPIs.
- Assess the expected impact of the proposed intermodal concepts and derive guidelines and recommendations for their practical development and implementation.
Nommon Solutions and Technologies (Coordinator)
L'École nationale de l'aviation civile
Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich
AENA S.M.E. SA
This project has received funding from the SESAR Joint Undertaking under the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 893209