Norway Grants and EEA Grants 2014–2021
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Regional Centres of Mobility (ReMOBIL)

Programme area:

Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation


Enhanced sustainable mobility management


Measures to improve regional sustainable mobility

Project title:

Regional Centres of Mobility

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Project Promoter:

Soča Valley development centre

Project Partners:

Partner 1: Regional development agency of the Ljubljana urban region
Partner 2: BSC, Business Support Centre, Ltd, Kranj – Regional development agency of Gorenjska
Partner 3: Regional Development Centre Koper
Partner 4: Regional development agency for Podravje – Maribor
Partner 5: RDA Koroška, the Regional Development Agency for Koroška, Ltd
Partner 6: AMZS, joint-stock company, service provider for members of national automobile association and other users of roadside assistance
Partner 7: Urban institute of Ljubljana
Partner 8: Viken County Council (NOR)

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Co-financing source:

EEA Grants and corresponding Slovenian contribution

Total eligible project expenditure (EUR):


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Main project results:

Regional sustainable mobility management model with recommendations for harmonizing the relevant legislation, and replication of the model in other Slovenian regions; established pilot network of six regional mobility centers in partner regions; improved level of qualifications of project target groups in the field of introducing sustainable mobility at national, regional and (inter)municipal level; increased awareness of the general public about the importance of sustainable mobility.

Project summary:

Slovenia has no regional government or administration, which may be seen as weakness in terms of mobility planning and management. Practices from abroad confirm the usefulness of transferring certain competences and responsibilities to the regions. This improves information flows and the speed with which the local authorities and the state adapt its action, but requires a corresponding adaptation of the system and revision of the legislation. The main objective of the project is to reduce negative environmental impacts of transport due to lack of sustainable mobility solutions at local, regional and national level. To this end, six regional mobility centres will be designed and tested, experts will participate in training, and awareness-raising campaigns will be held. Another important aspect will be close cooperation with the Ministry of Infrastructure which is necessary to secure any systemic changes. Specific objectives will thus include an improved sustainable mobility planning and management system, acquired professional capacity, cooperation and involvement of key stakeholders, and a higher level of awareness of the importance of sustainable mobility among public. The project will address the challenges with a set of planned activities through learning, testing, disseminating and policy change. A dedicated Strategic Council will be established and regular consultation with the Ministry of Infrastructure will be in place in order to transfer knowledge to other areas in Slovenia and introduce systemic changes.

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