The aim of this research programme is to advance national road authorities’ understanding of mobility as a service, autonomous driving and the business case for connected vehicles.
The end of programme conference for Call 2014 Mobility and ITS took place in Vienna, Austria, on June 8-9 2017.
The programme had three projects.
A: Mobility As A Service For Linking Europe (MAASiFiE)
MAASiFiE was coordinated by VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd., Finland, and its focus area was Mobility as a Service (MaaS).
- European Maas Roadmap (D2)
- Business and operator models for MaaS (D3)
- Impact Assessment (D4)
- Technology for MaaS (D5)
B: Driving Automated Vehicle Growth on National Roads (DRAGON)
DRAGON was coordinated by TRL, UK, investigated the journey to high and full automation.
- DRAGON Project Summary
- WP1: Review of current situation and forecasts (D1.1)
- WP2: Exploration of impacts, constraints and enablers of automated vehicles on NRAs (D2.1)
- WP3: Cost Benefits Assessment (D3.1)
- WP4: Findings Report (D4.1)
C: Assessment of user needs for adapting cobra including online database (ANACONDA)
ANACONDA was coordinated by the Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research TNO. The projectaddressed the business case for connected and co-operative vehicles.