NEWS

White Paper on transportation and sustainability

GoF4R presents a White Paper written by the project academic partners Siemers and colleagues from the University of Sheffield. This paper outlines how the GoF4R project will make a considerable contribution towards improved transportation system in Europe to make it more sustainable, resource-efficient, and user-oriented. The paper can be downloaded from the publication section of the GoF4R website.

GoF4R Presented at the UITP Global Public Transport Summit in Montreal

The Global Public Transport Summit (GPTS), held on 15-17 May 2017, was a unique event covering all urban and regional transport modes. It combined a full programme of congress sessions with an exhibition of the latest solutions, innovations and products in public transport and urban mobility. GoF4R was presented during the session “Deploying innovation across the public transport sector”, giving the opportunity to show and collect feedback on the Interoperability Framework from the EU and global stakeholders.

Within the event, GoF4R has also been presented and debated in the Academic Poster Session with the presentation on ‘Interoperability and governance of IT solutions for attractive railway and multimodal transport services: the point of view of EU research’.

Both the poster and the presentation can be found on the publication section of the GoF4R website. 

GoF4R represented in 12th ITS European Congress

During the 12th ITS European Congress that took place in Strasbourg between 19-22 June 2017, GoF4R was represented through a paper called "Interoperability Framework and Governance enabling Mobility as a Service", which can be found on the publication section of the GoF4R website.

Project kick-off successfully held

The kick-off meeting of the GoF4R project was successfully held on the 29th November in Brussels, at the Thon Hotel Bristol Stephanie, combined with the kick-off of the other Shift2Rail IP4 Open Call project: ST4RT.

   

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No: 730844

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