EGTC European Region Tyrol-South Tyrol-Trentino
The EGTC is leader of the EUSALP Action Group 4 Mobility, that gathers 26 members amongst them ministries, regional administrations and observers as well as representatives of the civil society highly interested in implementing the results of the project.
International Commission for the Protection of the Alps – CIPRA International (CIPRA)
On the one hand, LinkingAlps benefits from the CIPRA international insights on technical aspects of travel information systems with target group approach (tourist, commuters). On the other hand, CIPRA International will benefit from the knowledge generated in the project like on behaviour change, the decision support handbook, the framework strategy and networking with new stakeholders.
Bavarian State Ministry of Housing, Building and Transport (StMB)
The Bavarian State Ministry of Housing, Building and Transport (StMB) is working on the implementation of cross-border passenger information. The results of the project (technical/organizational strategy for linking of service and service provision) are to be evaluated for further implementation in Bavaria.
Public Transport Operator LIECHTENSTEINmobil (VLM)
LIEmobil is public transport provider and provides timetable information to travellers and service providers and is interested to imporve information supply and cross border journey planning. LIEmobil will benefit from the evaluation of the outputs of the project in regard to future adoption in Liechtenstein for an improved transnational travel information.
KORDIS JMK, a.s. (KORDIS)
KORDIS is interested in building a successful and seamless crossborder transportation system and integrate data and the journey planners. It brings in the knowhow from LinkingDanube and can follow the further development within LinkingAlps. KORDIS wants to exploit its activities started with regard to their deployment of an openAPI interface and foster the knowledge transfer between Linking Danube and LinkingAlps.
DELFI association is operating the national public transport information service and will implement openAPI for transnational linking of services and is interested to align with LinkingAlps implementation (reach interoperabiility). DELFI as project leader and German representative for the implementation of a Europe-wide distributed traveller information system based on CEN-/OJP-interface and existing EU-SPIRIT network benefits from the further extension of transnational cooperation.
Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI)
As part of a national CEF project, the national public transport information service (DELFI) and the existing cross-border information network EU-SPIRIT will be made accessible by openAPI and alignment with LinkingAlps is envisaged (harmonised interfaces). The implementation of the CEF project for EU-wide multimodal travel information (involving DELFI & EU-SPIRIT) will benefit from knowledge exchange and facilitate early harmonisation of interfaces.
Ministry of Ecological and Solidarity Transition - French Agency for Multimodal Information and Ticketing (AFIMB)
AFIMB manages the implementation and the deployment of ITS in France and supports the French policy for multimodal information and ticketing. Furthermore, AFIMB represents the public body responsible for the French NAP and is interested in "linking of services”. It is expected that the outcome will enhance the knowledge of local authorities in ITS domain about “linking of services” and its deployment.
Office of the Tyrolean Government - Department of Traffic Planning (AdTL)
AdTL is the strategic leader of the EUSALP Actio AG4. In this role AdTL ensures the exchange between the project and the Action Group, having currently 28 members representing ministries, regional administrations and stakeholders from the Alpine Region.
Ljubljana Public Transport Operator, LPP d.o.o. (LPP)
Ljubljana public transport operator (LPP) is a public transport company providing city passenger transport in Ljubljana and wider. LPP is highly interested to implement low-carbon mobility on a regional scale and promote the use of public transport. LPP is one of the key organizations providing the public transport data in Ljubljana urban region
Cityway S.A.S (Cityway)
Cityway is a leading company, which provide solutions for mobility in order to help its clients to reach MaaS objectives with intermodal & real-time trip planners and mobility accounts. It is interested to apply LinkingAlps approach as future adopter. Some planers are already integrating distributed journey planning based on private interfaces. Being observer will help Cityway to discover the OJP standards and which impact the project could have for the next generation of distributed journey planers.
Municipality of Maribor (MoM)
The City of Maribors interest is to raise awareness and promote understanding about low-carbon mobility and transport options to improve the modal split in favour of sustainable means of transport. The benefit is to gain new knowledge and experience about OJP implementations and corresponding measures for citizen awareness and engagement for a low carbon mobility – especially public transport and trying to implement them in a local environment.
ELECTRONIC SOLUTIONS SRL (ELSOL)
ELSOL is interested in design and development of distributed multimodal Journey Planners based on Local Journey Planners and on standardised APIs. It brings in the knowhow from LinkingDanube and can follow the further development within LinkingAlps. The benefit is to be up-to-date with the new developments of distributed journey planners and travel data integration on the EU and regional level.
Republic of Slovenia, Ministry of Infrastructure (MIS)
The involved department of MIS is responsible for developing multimodal travel and traffic information center in Slovenia. MIS are the operator of the OpenAPI (back-end system) in SIovenia (implemented in LinkingDanube), which will be further developed based on the LA.
Central European Initiative – Executive Secretariat (CEI)
The CEI has long experience in EU funded projects in the transport sector and posed “connectivity” as one of the key sectors to be implemented in the framework of the CEI Plan of Action 2018-2020. CEI can benefit from the activities that can be capitalized in its Member States. The methodologies and solutions developed in LinkingAlps could represent a best practice not only for the alpine area but for the broader area of the CEI constituency.
Piedmont Region (PIE)
The interest is to promote the transition from individual motorized transport towards low-carbon options in passenger transport through aligned strategies for connecting information mobility services. The region can benefit from improved mobility information services in order to allow seamless cross-border travel, to facilitate travel planning, promote simplified access to information on mobility, supporting the use of low environmental impact vehicles.
Regional Government of Liguria – Regional Department for Business Development – Strategic Sector for Business Development of Production and Economy (RegLig)
Liguria Region is interested in the learnings and the possibilities of the linking of services concept (especially the framework strategy). The project will help to set an appropriate policy to support the deployment of linking of services in the region.
Permanent Secretariat of the Alpine Convention (PSAC)
The Transport Working Group of the Alpine Convention has been working on passenger information provision as a way to support the uptake of public transport, inter alia through the AlpInfoNet ASP project. PSAC will participate in the exchange of experience and communicate through Alpine Convention channels on the project’s progress, in order to support the uptake of the services and tools developed, especially by national and regional authorities.
Lombardy Region (LOM)
A goal of LOM is to develop new projects for the integration among Local Public Transport services and to foster collaboration among international partners. Regione Lombardia (LOM) aims to define cross border guidelines for the promotion of the development of sustainable forms of transport and for the integration of service and infrastructure networks.