The TIDE consortium consists of 14 partners from 9 countries: Belgium, Germany, Hungary, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Sweden and the UK. Moreover, two partners - Polis and EUROCITIES – through their member cities and regions cover the whole European territory, including accession and neighbouring countries.
All partners are known as experts or leaders in innovative urban mobility policies in their countries, and on the European level. The following types of organisations are represented in the consortium:
- City networks: Polis (Project Coördinator and Dissemination manager), EUROCITIES
- Private research & consultancy companies: Rupprecht Consult (Technical Coordinator), WSP, Fraunhofer IAO, Wuppertal Institute
- Universities: University of Southampton, University of Gdansk
- City partners: Milan, Donostia San Sebastian, Reading, Rotterdam and Budapest
Polis has been a platform for dialogue and cooperation on transport issues for European cities and r...
Rupprecht Consult - Forschung & Beratung GmbH is a fully independent private research and consultanc...
EUROCITIES is a Brussels-based network, which brings together 140 major cities (over 250,000 inhabit...
WSP is a global company offering qualified consultancy services for communities and the environment.
Transportation Research Group, University of Southampton
Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft is the leading organization for applied research in Europe.
University of Gdansk
The University of Gdańsk is a public research university located in Gdańsk, Poland.
Reading Borough Council
RBC is the unitary authority for Reading. Reading is a town of approximately 200,000 people located ...
City of Rotterdam
Rotterdam has about 600.000 inhabitants and is the largest and central main-port for goods distribut...
Donostia-San Sebastián is a municipality with close to 185.000 inhabitants. It is located in the Ba...
BKK Budpesti Közlekedési Központ
City of Milan
The work of Milan within TIDE will distributed between the municipality and the mobility agency AMAT...
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Published on 28 Feb 2013
Updated on 28 Feb 2013