Crowdsourced Obtention and Analytics of Data About the Crowding of Public Spaces for the Benefit of Public Transport and Mobility in Cities

COVID-19 is still spreading and spatial distancing is one of the preventative measures taken worldwide. With mobility restrictions being eased in most countries, people are encouraged to go back to work, and the use of Public Transport (PT) and public spaces will grow steadily. Thus, crowds are expected, and maintaining the required distance will be an issue. Overcrowding has consequences in many aspects of the city life, such as commercial economy, social activities, etc.CO-APS will consider these aspects by implementing Mobile, Web and Cloud technologies based on previous H2020 projects. CO-APS will collect data to provide analytical solutions with added value information about crowds and their mobility that will be tested in various use cases/small scale pilots involving the consortium stakeholders: TMB-Spain (train stations), Karditsa (multimodal mobility), Sofia-Bulgaria and Istanbul-Turkey (transport hubs).

Rapid Prototyping In 3D

RAPID will use rapid prototyping in 3D (RAPID) to facilitate citizen co-creation activities and support the city decision making processes around changes and interventions to the built environment in response to COVID-19 restrictions such as social distancing.

Safely Connected: Sustainable Common Accessibility of Lively Downtowns for Healthy People

Safely Connected collaboratively develops and tests the relaunch of local economy and urban life, with the pedestrianisation of the city-centres and the strengthening of the community sense as vectors of urban resilience.  A series of flexible physical and digital tools will be developed in this frame, allowing the safe resumption of economy and urban life and generating a shift in favour of sustainable modes of travel.

InclusivEbike

Improving frail people personal mobility providing them with an e-bike tandem cycling experience, assuring social distancing and creating new jobs.