• Genova

  • Smartweek 17/06/2014, Old Port Area, Genoa

  • Smartweek 17/06/2014, Old Port Area, Genoa

  • Ele.C.Tra Launching Event, 13/12/2013, Genova

  • Ele.C.Tra Launching Event, 13/12/2013, Genova

  • Firenze

  • Barcelona

  • Spanish Ele.C.Tra National Support Group, 02/04/14, RACC Headquarters, Barcelona

  • Sm@rtCEM & MOTIT meets Ele.C.Tra in Barcelona

  • Sm@rtCEM & MOTIT meets Ele.C.Tra in Barcelona

  • Sm@rtCEM & MOTIT meets Ele.C.Tra in Barcelona

  • Sm@rtCEM & MOTIT meets Ele.C.Tra in Barcelona

  • Suceava

  • Malta

  • Ele.C.Tra in MIEMA and University of Malta, 23/07/2014

  • Ele.C.Tra in MIEMA and University of Malta, 23/07/2014

  • East Attica

  • Greek National Support Group for electric & sustainable urban mobility, 17/07/2014, Pallini - East Attica

  • Greek National Support Group for electric & sustainable urban mobility, 17/07/2014, Pallini - East Attica

  • Murcia

  • Skopje

  • Electric mobility in Skopje, 10/04/2014, Skopje City Hall

  • Electric mobility in Skopje, 10/04/2014, Skopje City Hall

  • Electric mobility in Skopje, 10/04/2014, Skopje City Hall

  • Electro mobility - between wishes and possibilities, 02/06/2014, Skopje

  • Zagreb

  • Ele.C.Tra in 5th Zagreb Energy Week, May 2014

  • Lisbon

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Leader: MIEMA
Participants: All partners
Duration: 5 months
The ante-operam analysis will synthesize actual mobility situation for all project cities, analysis scooters suppliers market and exchange best practices. In this phase, the project includes surveys about mobility behaviour and needs (approximately in April and July 2013). At the end of the first phase, it will be possible to have a standard database for the areas involved about current mobility situation (demand, infrastructural network, citizen’s needs, touristic flows, etc.).
2.1. DEMAND MOBILITY FLOWS
2.1.1. Systematic and touristic analysis, to identify attractors and departure places, daily trips number, when (hours), how (transport means) and why (reason), by desk analysis of available documents and relevant surveys.
2.1.2. Planning documents analysis, to identify on-going or planned actions about mobility networks and important local attractors, like hospital, big schools and universities. This activity will be carried out by desk analysis and its results will be identified and systematized.
2.1.3. Surveys, to integrate desk analysis results. At a glance, surveys will concern mobility behaviours and needs by involving car, motorcycles and public transport users, during the whole working day, and tourists. Surveys will be realized paying attention to specific characteristics of every city involved and will be organized according to a short Surveys Operative plan, that indicate methodology, hours and places. Then, the opportunity also to make telephone interviews will be evaluated. Surveys will be realized by every project city involved and WP leader have to indicate surveys guidelines and coordinate activities. 
2.2. INFRASTRUCTURAL AND SERVICE NETWORK
2.2.1. Infrastructural network analysis, to schematize as-is infrastructural network situation for every urban area, by identifying existing roads, railways, buses and metros lines and bike and pedestrian paths too. Then, the main interchanges nodes and parking spaces will be carefully examined, in order to identify advantages and issues. The infrastructural network is the basis for the accessibility model realization (WP 3). 
2.2.2. Services characteristics analysis, to identify local public services offered through a clear and unique set of parameters, as service types (urban, suburban), frequency, places, types linked, operator, holiday’s service, etc. Public services networks will be synthesized by diagrams.
Regarding activities 2.1.1, 2.1.2, 2.2.1 and 2.2.2., every city involved will realize a short Report with guide lines and macro characteristics of current situation, included field visits results (e.g. for bus stops and railway stations). Then, the WP partner coordinator will complete and systematize every city data collected.
2.3. BEST PRACTICES
2.3.1. Best practices review, to identify European best practices about scooter sharing and electric vehicles sharing or pooling systems, explaining city involved characteristics, operational features, issues and their solutions. Then, the task includes the coordination and check of the other projects and systems synergies, in order to maximise the Ele.C.Tra. results. In this light, several projects and requirements systems can be analyzed, to find synergies and insights. Review will be realized by desk analysis and eventually contacting European relevant stakeholders.
2.3.2 Best practices exchange, to promote actions already undertaken and exchange advantage and issues systems. In this way, activity includes one international technical meeting about sustainable mobility systems, which coincides with the Launching project event (WP 7).
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