CROSSMOBY - PUBBLICATION OF THE BOOK - CROSSBORDER TRANSPORT AND MOBILITY IN THE EU (ISSUES AND STATE OF THE ART)

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The path towards a barrier-free single European market requires that particular attention is paid to cross-border transport. In spite of the intense commitment and actions taken by the European Union as well as by national governments and regions, much remains to be done in order to dissolve all the barriers to cross-border mobility of people. Issues are not only infrastructural but also related to administrative and planning coordination. Cross-border mobility planning and management is therefore a central issue in European cohesion and single market development policies.

This theme has therefore been the subject of an international workshop organized in late 2020 as part of the CROSSMOBY project, funded by the Interreg V-A Italy-Slovenia cooperation programme 2014-2020.

We are here presenting you a book that brings together some of the contributions from that conference. The aim of this book is to provide a systematic analysis of what has already been done and what are the next priorities. The book aims to take a first step in this direction, providing a series of contributions from both academic and practitioner on cross-border passenger transport and mobility. Such topic is here examined according to several different perspectives: from the framework of EU regulations and policies to the projects funded and implemented in the last EU Programming period on cross-border transport and mobility topic (2014-2020); from the application of Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans (SUMP) to the recognition of the territorial context and the state of the art of strategic mobility planning in the municipalities of the Italy-Slovenia cross-border area.

The PDF version of the book, in three languages (english, italian, slovenian), can be downloaded through the following link: http://doi.org/10.30687/978-88-6969-546-9

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