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Multimodal, cross-border traveller information network in the Danube Region

Our company is one of the three Hungarian organizations that participate in the project completed as a collaboration of 14 project partners with the main goal of creating coordination mechanisms for a multimodal, cross-border travel information network based on Open Journey Planning for the countries in the Danube Region and for this to align from organizational and technical aspects transport operators and travel information service providers involved.

Particular focus is put on environmentally friendly and safe transport systems, railway corridors connected to regional and local networks, and cycling routes and cycling relevant travel information, as well as waterways, for better accessibility.

The required digital infrastructure, the innovative novel methods, and tools are created in the frame of the project that will facilitate an operational network of services, as well as Strategy and Actions Plans, the long-term organisational structure for the network. Also a pilot development is completed as a test and application of the methodology and tools created.

In the frame of this project, within the Interreg Danube Transnational Programme, financed by the European Region Fund, funded by the European Union, and co-funded by the Hungarian State, the necessary digital infrastructure is developed, applying innovative novel methods and tools, for the support of travel information services applied to support of the operative network of transport.

Main information on the project

Project title: Coordination mechanisms for a multimodal cross-border traveler information network based on OJP for Danube Region

Call: 3rd call; Priority – Better connected and energy responsible Danube region; Specific objective – Support environmentally-friendly and safe transport systems and balanced accessibility of urban and rural areas

Lead partner: AustriaTech – Gesellschaft des Bundes für technologiepolitische Maßnahmen GmbH – Ausztria

Financing programme: Project completed within the Interreg Danube Transnational Programme, with the contribution of the European Regional Development Fund, funded by the European Union and co-funded by the Hungarian State

Overall budget: EUR 3,005,633.41

ERDF Contribution: EUR 2,460,625.09

ENI Contribution: EUR 94,163.25

Start date: 01.07.2020.

End date: 31.12.2022.

Activity of GLI Solutions

Our company participates in the project as a Hungarian travel information provider, contributing to the development of the concept and methodology, as well as to the implementation of the tools and the pilot technology.

GLI Solutions supports the system dveeloped for the Danube Region by providing the GIS services and technology customized according to the project needs, as well as the map database of Hungary developed and maintained by our company.

Project part information

The budget of the project part completed by GLI Solutions:

Budget: EUR 172,295

ERDF contribution: EUR 146,450

ENI contribution: EUR 17,229

Participants of the project

Project partners:

Hungary: GyőrSopronEbenfurt Railway Corp.; GLI Solutions LLC; Institute for Computer Science and Control

Slovenia: Regional Development Agency of Ljubljana Urban Region; University of Maribor

Czech Republic: KORDIS JMK, a.s.

Slovakia: Railway Company Slovakia, j.s.c.; University of Zilina

Croatia: Faculty of Transport and Traffic Sciences, University of Zagreb

Romania: Politehnica University of Timisoara; ELECTRONIC SOLUTIONS SRL

Moldova: Asociatia Obsteasca Knowledge Hub Moldova

Austria: Verkehrsauskunft Österreich VAO GmbH; AustriaTech – Gesellschaft des Bundes für technologiepolitische Maßnahmen GmbH

Associated partners:

Germany: Verein zur Förderung einer durchgängigen elektronischen Fahrgastinformation (DELFI e.V.)

Romania: Timisoara Metropolitan Transport Society (SMTT); National Railway Passenger Company “CFR Călători” – S.A. (CFR); Ministry of Transport, Infrastructure and Communications (MT)

Slovenia: Republic of Slovenia, Ministry of Infrastructure, Land Transport Directorate, National Traffic Management Centre (MIS)