SURPRICE: Sustainable mobility through Road User Charging

Basic Information

Network ENT II
Website http://www.transport-era.net/action-groups/ent17-surprice.html
Aim of the joint call The overall theme of the call is to promote trans-European research into new and innovative scientific knowledge in the research field of Road User Charging. The focus is on passenger vehicles, but relevant issues for freight transport may be incorporated. The call is based on true cooperation across borders to build on shared European research competence. And proposals should draw on European research excellence and cooperation. The joint call covers both policy and technology oriented research and development (R&D). A number of pressing issues have been identified that can be addressed (i) Acceptance of Road User Charging systems by the public and by commercial road users (ii) Interoperability of road user systems amongst the European countries (iii)Legal framework conditions for road user charging systems that are non-country specific (iv)Impact analysis and methodology to create the basis for the political decision making process
Type of joint call One Stage - Call with no pre-proposals submission
Events
Launch date 18/11/2009
Deadline Full-Proposal 18/02/2010 Submitted proposal: 9
Evaluation End Date 24/03/2010 Successful proposal: n/a Proposals funded: 7
Is call co-funded? No
Call follow up funding
  • There are mechanisms in place to monitor technical progress
Call reasons
  • Access to expertise from different countries
  • Addressing specific scientific and technological issues
  • Addressing specific policy issues
  • Addressing global issues
  • Sharing competences and associated work
  • Achieving critical mass
Research fields
  • Transport
  • Environment
  • Information and communication technologies
Type of research
  • Applied Research
Target groups
  • Private and Semi-private Research and Technology Organisations (RTOs)
  • Higher Education Institutions (HEIs)
  • Public Research Organisations (PROs)
Participating networks n/a