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In the European project SOCRATES 2.0 , a consortium consisting of eleven public and private organisations try different ways of working together to realise new or enhanced smart traffic information and navigation services. The partners are defining and piloting sustainable public private cooperation and business cases in traffic management, resulting in the so called Socrates 2.0
Cooperation Framework. This is an important step in the direction of implementation of future (in car) smart mobility services.
In the European project
SOCRATES 2.0 , a consortium consisting of eleven public and private organisations ha s been challenged to try different ways of working together to realise smart traffic and
navigation services. The partners have selected an d developed multiple services in the regions of Amsterdam, Copenhagen Munich and Antwerp . One of the services is tested in the use c ase Environmental Zone information in the Amsterdam Region. The service has started in October 2019
and aims for better Environmental Zone information for truck and coach drivers. It is expected to lead to more business oppo rtunities for the private partners, less violations and better service for road users and an improved air quality for the community Further deployment on European scale and adoption by the DATEX II community is expected.
In the European project SOCRATES 2.0 , a consortium consisting of eleven public and private
organisations ha s been challenged to try different ways of working together to realise smart traffic and navigation services. The partners have selected and developed 3 types of services, which will be tested by at least 9,000 users in the regions of Amsterdam, Antwerp, Co penhagen and Munich. One of the
Amsterdam services consists of smart route advice by means of the Use Case Optimising Network Traffic Flow in the Amsterdam Region.
In the European project SOCRATES2.0, a consortium consisting of eleven public and private organisations try different ways of working together to realise new or enhanced smart traffic information and navigation services. The partners are defining and piloting sustainable public-private cooperation and business cases in traffic management, resulting in the so-called Socrates2.0
Cooperation Framework. This is an important step in the direction of implementation of future (in-car) smart mobility services.
Author: SOCRATES2.0 partners
This report describes the approach and the results of Activity 3. In Activity 2 a theoretical framework for cooperation between the
public and private partners in interactive traffic management was created, describing options for cooperation on a strategic level. Activity 3 covers the tactical level of the cooperation by specifying the framework for the four SOCRATES 2.0 pilots. The report also introduces a (preliminary) guideline for stakeholders engaged in (similar) deployment projects for interactive traffic management. It describes the sub-steps to take when it comes to preparing pilot deployments.
Author: SOCRATES2.0 partners
This report describes a common framework for public-private cooperation in traffic management and –information. The partners in the SOCRATES2.0 project started with defining a common ground for cooperation on a strategic level. The vision and framework will guide the definition of use cases and functional design of the SOCRATES2.0 solutions for the pilots in Amsterdam, Antwerp, Copenhagen and Munich.
Author: SOCRATES2.0
As a start of the SOCRATES2.0 project, the partners elaborated a framework for defining public-private cooperation models in smart traffic information- and navigation services for road users. This factsheet is a summary of the full report ‘Proposed Cooperation Framework & Bottlenecks’. The goal was to develop an optimal framework for cooperation between the public and private partners, as a basis for a European deployment of Interactive Traffic Management. The framework will be specified for the four pilots in Amsterdam, Antwerp, Copenhagen and Munchen (2018) and validated in the actual pilots (2019). The results will be evaluated and used to update the framework (2020).