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EC PROJECTS TIDE


“The goal is to provide the city with a short-term, reliable, recognisable and uniform network of public, semi-public and private charging stations throughout the city”


how to run the TIDE transferability analysis methodology, illustrated with practical examples; Practitioner Handbook for Cost Benefit Analysis: providing practitioners with a checklist and protocol for fit-for-pur- pose CBA and impact analysis for innovative urban trans- port measures; Guidelines for Implementers: 10 individual implementation guideline brochures addressing the full implementation process of 10 of the 15 TIDE innovative measures, as well as their costs and benefits, stakeholders to be involved, etc, illustrated with good practice examples; Study tour catalogue: giving urban transport professionals and local decision makers an overview of European cities that successfully implemented innovative concepts across the five thematic TIDE clusters.


TIDE IN PRACTICE Milan: innovative parking management and enforcement scheme in inner city


Rotterdam will realise a minimum of 1000 public and pri- vate charging stations at strategic locations combined with applicable parking places for private and company electric car users throughout the city until 2014. This will be done in three different ways: (a) on private property, (b) in pub- lic parking places and (c) in the street. Owners of private car parking spaces can receive charging infrastructure and one year of electricity for free. In public and street parking a charging station and free parking space will be provided to electric vehicle owners until the end of 2014. The goal is to provide the city with a short-term, reliable,


Milan is developing a study and a Pilot implementation on parking areas where innovative technologies and parking charge management system will be tested. The technologies are based on OBU (On Board Unit)


devices and they will be tested on parking reserved for resi- dents, regulated paying parking, parking reserved for disa- bled, loading zones, tourism buses. The study and the Pilot will focus also on detector under


the parking spots to identify if or not vehicles have been duly parked. The detector, in case of abuse, could transmit the information directly to the police that provides to impose a fine. Moreover a on-street way finding signage system, together with devices providing street parking availability


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recognisable and uniform network of public, semi-public and private charging stations throughout the city. Users will be able to charge their vehicles everywhere they go. The payment system will be accessible to all and will include advanced ‘payment poles’ at on and off street parking loca- tions. All charging stations will be provided with clear and understandable explanatory symbols, can be locked and are user-friendly.


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 Karen Vancluysen is Research Director and Ivo Cré a Project Manager at Polis


and rate information via mobile phone, helping drivers to find the city’s often underutilized lots and garages, are fore- seen by the study and the test.


Rotterdam: leading city in the field of electric mobility


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