TISAR activities respond to the general objective of Priority 3 of the Call “Strengthening and integrating existing infrastructure networks, promoting and developing transport information and communication services”, Measure 3 “Sustainable mobility systems”. The project aims at promoting multimodal passenger mobility in the Adriatic area through delivery of information related to transport with various transport modes (maritime, air, rail, long-haul and urban transport) in a door-to-door perspective. Services, such as car-sharing and demand-responsive transport, will be integrated to complete the travel planning offer, with an approach encouraging comparison and sharing of travel solutions currently restricted to the single Countries or localized in urban contexts. Starting from travel planning platforms and portals
providing existing information on the territory, the system will allow sharing of information and definition of seamless travel solutions within the Region, favoring and motivating mobility through public transport. TISAR project’s main objectives are:
- Institutional round table (WP4) aiming at the definition of policies in support of multimodal passenger mobility within the Adriatic macro-region, mainly by means of shared information on the availability of public transport (local, long-haul withinthe macro-region, with different transport modes) and its integration on a single platform. The worktable will focus on different aspects, among which: -Local and macro-regional objectives compared with EU-set objectives (Directives, ITS Action Plan, White Paper, Objective 2020); -Role of institutions and public administrations on sharing of public transport data (timetables, geolocalization of interchange nodes/bus stops shared by operators/transport modes); -Sharing of best practices on information systems to users, with focus on multimodal, multi-operator systems; -Information collection on local journey planning systems; -Confrontation with the technical worktable on the interoperability of existing systems and integration techniques; -Involvement of various stakeholders: passenger transport operators, managing bodies of local travel planning, users, other Pas
- A technical-operational worktable (WP5) for thorough analysis, design and implementation of a single portal to manage information to users (Traveller Information System) which will be multimodal and multi-channel within the Adriatic macro-region: -Technical analysis on the state of the art of local travel planning systems; -Assessment of interoperability and definition of guidelines for system integration based on European standards – Realization of a technical feasibility study and executive project; -Implementation of the platform for integration of travel planners, including multimodal search functions for travel solutions within the Adriatic macro-region; -Confrontation with the worktable of public administrations for the management of issues linked to integration.