RegiaMobil aims at enhancing the mobility of people living in rural areas through smart public transport solutions and hence at improving their access to the European and national transport networks. It focused on improving the accessibility of peripheral and border regions to the TEN-T and CNC. To that aim RegiaMobil capitalised on outputs resulting from four Interreg Central Europe projects (Rumobil, SubNodes, Shareplace, Connect2CE) which, enriched by results of HORIZON 2020 operations (MaaS4EU, MoTiV, SIADE) in the domain of smart public transport, are prepared for roll-out and mainstreaming in more Central European rural areas.
This downstreaming approach was implemented through six pilots aiming to demonstrate the transferability and added value of smart public transport approaches for better mobility services in rural areas as well as two action plans highlighting how the Transnational Strategy provided by the Rumobil project can be applied by other regional public authorities responsible for the planning and conducting public transport.
The project's management structure will be composed of two levels: 1) the strategic decision-making and monitoring of the project by the members of the Steering Group (SG), and 2) the project managers of each participating partner supported by an External Project Secretariat.
thematic work package 1
This work package promotes the mainstreaming and integration of results of previous CE projects through two action plans/one strategy which are addressed to the competent decision-makers for public transport services. At the same time, the Rumobil Transnational Strategy receives an update.
Thematic work package 2
Following initial activity to analyse and share transferable good practices further enhanced through site-visits or an expert workshop, six demonstration projects are launched. These refined by research expertise of BME who contributes with its knowledge of smart rural mobilty services.
Following an activity to analyse and share transferable good practices further enhanced through site-visits or an expert workshop, six demonstration projects are launched. These refined by research expertise of BME who contributes with its knowledge of smart rural mobility services.
The aim of the pilot activity of the project partner JIKORD is to expand the bus transport system, which will serve both tourists (in summer for cycling, in winter for winter sports) and residents of rural areas of the South Bohemian Region.
Integration through a MaaS app between traditional public transport services with DRT services operating in the province of Modena. The aim of the project is to improve the connection between the services active in rural areas and the national and European transport networks.
In the rural community of Boxberg O.L. in the Upper Lusatia region, a connection from all 18 Boxberg districts to the two train stations and other services of general interest has been established on a test basis until March 31, 2022.
The Wielkopolska Region is going to set up a data base which will provide passenger real-time information and an online journey planning as well as a transfer of transport data to other trip planners.
Osijek will integrate different modi of public transport between Osijek and its surroundings for multimodal journey planning and online information.
The aim of pilot project was to set up a new on-demand bus service between Austria and Germany. Due to covid restrictrion implementation has been canceled .
The Saxon State Ministry for Regional Development-SMR is part the government of the Free State of Saxony. The main activities of the LP in the project are the implementation activities planned in WP T1&T2 on its territory. LP is also a leader of WP management.
Project partner P2
T Bridge S.p.A. is an Italian management consulting and ICT company, a branch of BVTech Group, which gathers a dozen companies (over 600 professionals) specialized in ICT services. T Bridge’s clients are both public bodies and private companies. In RegiaMobil, T Bridge will focus its activities in WP T1 where it will collaborate with Liguria Region (AP) to elaborate an action plan for demand-responsive mobility.
Project Partner 3
The Marshal Office of the Wielkopolska Region acts as the subsidiary body of regional authorities of the Wielkopolska Region. Competences of the institution include: organization of transport , medical care system, providing of some cultural institutions,preparing the region's spatial policy, performing of tasks related to the regulation of environment use.
Project Partner 5
The University as a public university provides education at Bachelor’s degree, Engineer/Master’s degree and Doctoral degree in both full-time and part-time forms. UNIZA’s main responsibility in RegiaMobil is the leadership of WP T1 and the coordination of the activities taking place within that work package across all partner areas.
Project Partner 6
aMo is the agency for mobility and local public transport of the Modena province, fully owned by the province's local public authorities. The agency is responsible for the planning of public transport services in the province's territory except for rail. aMo will participate in all activities in the project work plan and implement those within the territory of the province.
Proeject Partner 7
The District Administration Rottal-Inn is responsible for the territorial development of the NUTS III region. In RegiaMobil Rottal-Inn's activities focus on the preparation and implementation of a demonstration project, capitalising outputs of two previous Central Europe projects and pilot action realised in Modena
Project Partner 8
Budapest University of Technology and Economics is one of the largest higher educational institutions in engineering in Central Europe. BME has taken the role as the leader of WPT2. so far 6 working papers learned from Horzion 2020 and Central Europe projects have been developed.
Project Partner 9
The majory of HŽ Putnički prijevoz d.o.o. company operations is focused on the profitable urban New Linkregions, but as a State operator, the company wants to explore new possibilities in rural areas by introducing and testing new services in cooperation with different local authorities.
Project Partner 10
Local self-government of the City of Osijek are shared by the representative body, which is the City Council, and the executive body, which is the Mayor. Osijek participates in RegiaMobil both in the capacity of a partner providing expertise and access of knowledge for capitalisation by another partner and as beneficiary of other project's achieved results.