Stepping Stones: Making Mobility Patterns More Sustainable

Basic Information

Overall guidelines • The consortium must consist of a minimum of two partners from two of the funding countries • The main applicant must be an institution/organisation/legal entity in one of the funding countries • As a main principle each national funding body will fund national researchers. Further national rules may apply • Proposals will be evaluated by a Joint Evaluation Group consisting of representatives from the funding countries • The funding bodies may also wish to conduct a national evaluation of proposals • Full applications must be submitted no later than 16.00 CET on 7 June 2012 • The template for proposal must be used See > Action Groups > ENT 22 STEPPING STONES

Network ENT II
Aim of the joint call The key objective of the joint research call is to understand the successful (policy) measures aimed at making mobility patterns more sustainable and the underlying mechanisms including social & psychological factors. Due to the transnational approach in STEPPING STONES, the research results should be of common interest across Europe and in several regions. The tematic focus is on all policy measures that contribute to the research objective to make mobility patterns more sustainable. Policy measures can also be seen as a package of regulating and stimulating measures and/or the use of technology. This research initiative will have its main focus on two aspects: 1. The effective and efficient (combinations of) policy measures to change the choices of mobil- ists in order to realize more sustainable mobility patterns 2. The process to implement effective and efficient policy measures
Type of joint call One Stage - Call with no pre-proposals submission
Launch date 02/03/2012
Deadline Full-Proposal 07/07/2012 Submitted proposal: 10
Evaluation End Date 01/10/2012 Successful proposal: n/a Proposals funded: 3
Is call co-funded? No
Call follow up funding
  • There are mechanisms in place to monitor technical progress
Call reasons
  • Sharing competences and associated work
  • Addressing global issues
  • Access to expertise from different countries
Research fields
  • Transport
Type of research
  • Other: Policy Research
Target groups
  • Higher Education Institutions (HEIs)
  • Public Research Organisations (PROs)
  • Private and Semi-private Research and Technology Organisations (RTOs)
  • SME (Small and Medium Enterprises)
Participating networks n/a