The Cooperative Streets Project (C-Streets) complements the scope of previous C-ITS Projects through the development of pilot projects and the pre-implementation of ITS services in different urban and metropolitan areas throughout the RTE_T.
This evolution to connected mobility in urban and metropolitan areas will be accompanied by the necessary involvement of the National Access Point (NAP) and its governance structure. NAP is a fundamental feature of the entire process, and requires the development of a central and cross-cutting system that ensures an interoperable, transparent, functional, reliable and permanent data sharing communication tool.
Duration: 48 months(2019 to 2023)
Funding: Portugal Programme Support Action (PSA) | CEF- Transport Sector (50% of eligible costs)
Partners: 31 "Implementing Bodies"
- The general objective of the C-Streets project is to build the digital transport data layer in which Portugal will establish the key principles of C-ITS action: multimodality, interoperability, data sharing, data reuse; static data as a baseline and progress towards dynamic data; digitization of the transport network (physical and digital layer);
- The key objective is to establish a pilot case for the evolution of NAP, developing the architecture, governance model and necessary standards that will allow the integration of the different mobility systems and the information of all the necessary stakeholders.
- And to ensure the transition of the different actions C_ITS for this model will be developed 4 more pilot projects, covering the different priorities in the C-ITS
More information about the project: https://www.c-roads.eu/pilots/core-members/portugal/Partner/project/show/c-roadscooperative-streets.html
Transporlis objectives by participating in this project:
- By participating in the pilot project "MMTIS" (Multimodal Travel Information Services), in which imt and AMP also participate, will capitalize on the developments made in the How2GO Project, expanding the MMTIS How2GO solution (Lisbon municipality) to AML operators.
- The planned developments, focused on Action Priority A of the ITS Directive (2010/40/EU), aim to address most of the requirements set for static and dynamic travel information set out in the Annex to The Commission's Delegated Regulation (EU) 2017/1926 of 31 May 2017 with regard to the provision of multimodal travel information services at EU level
- The main activities involving AML operators, complements those developed in the How2GO project namely:
o Extension of the acquisition of static data to AML operators, including the availability of this information in NeTEx according to the national profile that may be defined. Its availability in NAP. Multimodal journeyplanner available that integrates this information.
o Real-time acquisition of data from operators in the municipality of Lisbon and its availability in GTFS RT and SIRI, in the latter case as soon as the national profile is defined. Its availability in NAP. Integration of this information into the journey planner.
o Soft-mode inclusion (bicycles)
o Inclusion of new features, such as occurrences that may affect a trip, CO2 per trip, inclusion of properly geo-referenced events, parking lots, Inclusion of estimated information and / or traffic dynamics...
o Extension of TR information to other AML operators, its availability in NAP and inclusion of this information.