Lancashire County Council are currently, or have been, involved in a number of recent European Transport related projects. To find out more see below and then click on the relevant links:
Between 2008 and 2010 Lancashire County Council took part in a European Project called Ad Personam. This project was a direct marketing campaign for public transport and was aimed at the car commuter market to encourage the trial and take up of bus services in the Lancaster area of the County. To find out more about this innovative project just click here.
Between 2005 and 2008 Lancashire County Council, with partners Preston City Council, South Ribble Council and Preston Bus took part in the CIVITAS 2 Success European Project. The CIVITAS Initiative helps cities to achieve a more sustainable, clean and energy efficient urban transport system by implementing and evaluating an ambitious, integrated set of technology and policy based measures. Click here for more information.
CIVINET builds on the knowledge through the participation of the experts who have been directly involved in the CIVITAS Programme. It is a European project, building a national network for the UK & Ireland alongside complementary national networks in France, Italy, Spain & Portugal and Slovenia. Initially launched in 2008, the UK & Ireland network was relented as CIVINET in December 2009. As well as the financial assistance from the European Commission, the network is supported by the UK Department for Transport, the Irish Department of Transport, the Welsh Assembly Government, the Roads Service (Northern Ireland), the Scottish Government and the Local Government Association in England and Wales.
To find out more about CIVINET click here to visit the CIVITAS Website