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Sweden-Italy Freight Transport And Logistics Green Corridor (Swiftly Green)
Date du début: 30 sept. 2013, Date de fin: 30 déc. 2015 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

The "SWIFTLY Green" project with 13 Partners from Sweden, Denmark, Germany, Austria and Italy was selected for funding under the 2012 TEN-T Annual Call. The project aims to develop a toolbox for increased awareness of green issues in the TEN-T planning and implementation of the TEN-T core network corridors. The toolbox will consist of guidelines, tools and recommendations for making logistics and transport more environmentally friendly. It will be based on best practice and transferable results from a thorough mapping and analysis of previous and on-going projects. Achievements: In November 2014 the final structure for the Swiftly Green Toolbox was decided. The project is now in the second developing phase of the toolbox and the main focus is on adding content and to securing the output given by the use of the toolbox.The Swiftly Green Toolbox is made with a clear focus - to meet the objective of increasing the greening effects in primarily the nine TEN-T Transport Corridors. However, in the longer perspective the greening effects should also provide added value to the entire Core and Comprehensive transport network in Europe.The agreed structure was decided with an aim to provide the most benefit for the future end-users of the toolbox. The primary end-users of the Toolbox that the project can foresee are the nine Core Network Corridor coordinators.The next step – testing and visual design of the toolboxThe Swiftly Green Toolbox is now in a second phase of development and the main focus is to add content and to secure the output given by the use of the toolbox. The generated output includes a set of guidelines to give the user guidance on what impact and potentials one (or several) measures have. Furthermore, pilot testing of the toolbox will be made to secure that the added value for the user is consistent. This phase of the development also includes a system integration of different modules (tools) and the overall toolbox visual design and functionality.