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Waterborne Urban Passenger Transport in Stockholm and the Introduction of new Technologies

In Stockholm, the management of public transport falls under the jurisdiction of the Stockholm Region, overseeing various aspects of regional governance, including healthcare and transportation. Under this umbrella, several brands are associated with various modes of public transportation ensuring seamless operation of a comprehensive transit network in the Stockholm region. Storstockholms Lokaltrafik (SL) operates key […]

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Green Inland Ports workshop presents project results and gathers feedback from key stakeholders

On the 23rd of May 2024, the Green Inland Ports study team organised an online workshop. The primary aims were to engage with stakeholders, present the results of our research and gather feedback for our activities within the study. Take a look at the key takeaways from the workshop below. Task 1 – Environmental Impacts […]

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Green Inland Ports presentation in Serbia showcases the study’s contributions to the green and digital transition

On the 20th of May, Saša Jovanović (Senior port expert, iC consulenten ZT GesmbH / Pro Danube) from the Green Inland Ports study team presented our project at the Port Governance Agency’s ninth annual consultation in Serbia, Belgrade. Organised by the Port Governance Agency in Serbia, the conference brought over 100 participants together, including representatives […]

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Register for the MAGPIE Port-Citizen and Green Inland Ports workshop

The MAGPIE (the sMArt Green Ports as Integrated Efficient multimodal hubs) and Green Inland Ports (GRIP) projects are pleased to announce that registration is now open for a collaborative workshop, taking place 17-18 September. GRIP workshop: 18 September The Green Inland Ports Study identifies factors for sustainable development in inland ports and proposes solutions for […]

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Inland waterway transport aids deliveries in Paris for Ikea and Franprix

As one of the major European metropolises, Paris has high logistical requirements. With 3,878 inhabitants per square kilometre, Paris is the most densely populated metropolis on the European mainland. This poses major challenges for road transport and restricts the reliability and flexibility of goods transport by road with an increase in e-commerce business. This is […]

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Join the Green Inland Ports workshop on the 23 May!

The Green Inland Ports workshop is pleased to invite you to an online workshop, taking place on the 23 May from 10am – 12pm CEST. The workshop will deep dive into the topics, such as digitalisation in inland ports, urban and short range IWT, environmental impact of ports and energy efficiency in port. We will […]

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Good practice case study: how LED smart lighting can help ports to save energy

In comparison to traditional lighting systems, LED lighting reduces energy consumption, decreases maintenance costs, and lasts longer. Smart lighting systems can also be used to prevent light emissions with the goal of limiting light to occasions when it is needed. Aim of the measure The aim of incorporating LED lighting in port operations is to […]

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Take part in the second Green Inland Ports survey!

Inland ports are an essential part of the EU’s transport network along the core Trans European Transport (TEN-T) network. They are key for EU’s international connectivity, economy and regions. Inland ports also have a crucial role in the European Green Deal (EGD) ambitions to reduce transport emissions with 90% by 2050 and to shift a […]

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Short-range waterway transport as part of a highway construction project in Linz, Austria

ASFINAG (a publicly owned Austrian corporation which plans, finances, builds, maintains and collects tolls for the Austrian autobahns) is using Inland Waterway Transport (IWT) to make a positive impact on the environment. The construction of the A26 highway in Linz covers a distance of 4.7 km, including 4 km of tunnels. Two bridges are being […]

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