A consortium lead by MUST has won the CEDR research Call 2017 “Collaborative Planning of Infrastructure and Spatial Development, part B” that focuses on planning an designing the interface between (trans) national road networks and local transportation (“last mile”). The participating CEDR members are Austria, Finland, Netherland, Norway, Sweden and United Kingdom. The SPINdesign research proposed by MUST and its consortium partners (AIT, Ecorys, Sweco and TEMAH) will result in a toolbox that will help optimize the the multi-modal performance of the interface between corridor transport and last mile mobility.

  • Robert Broesi
  • November 2018