Interreg projects Share North and MOVE

We develop and share new knowledge with our European partners

In order to stay ahead in the market, Advier invests in projects at its own risk. For example, Advier is a partner in the European SHARE-North and MOVE projects in the INTERREG North Sea region.

What does the SHARE-North project mean?

The challenges of making transport in the North Sea area more sustainable cannot only be achieved through technical solutions, behavioral changes are also required.

The project includes activities to develop, implement, promote and assess car sharing, bicycle sharing, car pooling and other forms of shared mobility in urban and rural areas.

Central to SHARE-North are the following organizations that are committed to sharing knowledge, gaining inspiration and exchanging experiences: the municipality of Bremen (DL), carsharing.net (Flanders), the municipality of Bergen (N), CoMoUK (UK), leiedal (Flanders), Lund University (S), SEStran (GB), Taxi stop (Flanders) and West Yorkshire Combined Authority (UK).

What does the MOVE project mean?

The European Mobility Opportunities Valuable to Everybody project, hence further referred to as 'MOVE', is an international partnership aimed at co-creating more sustainable mobility solutions in (semi) rural regions, small urban and tourist areas. The generated solutions will contribute to improving the living environment and accessibility of these regions. The project, which started on September 1, 2018, has a duration of 3 years.

The other partners in the collaboration are municipalities, private parties and knowledge institutions from Belgium, Denmark, Germany, England and the Netherlands, each of which is developing pilots in their region with their own specific problems.

Project partners MOVE

HZ University of Applied Sciences, university of Ghent, Municipality of Middelburg, Intermunicipal company for the development of the Mechelen Region and the surrounding area, Georg-August-University Goettingen, Gate21, The Highlands and Islands Transport, NHS Highland, advice, District Northeim and Zweckverband Verkehrsverbund Süd-Niedersachsen.

The Interreg VB Program North Sea Region 2014-2020 offers these project partners the opportunity to work together, making use of each other's expertise to arrive at useful solutions that can also be useful examples elsewhere.

What is Advier's role?

Within both projects, Advier works together with frontrunners from abroad. Advier inspires other countries with her expertise, while Advier also draws inspiration from other countries.

The subsidies that Advier receives are used as co-financing in Living Labs to test new ideas. Advier offers parties in the Netherlands such a Living Lab, which gives the client the opportunity of international exposure, without experiencing the burden of European subsidies.

Examples of Living Labs are the setting up of Mobi Points and projects in which sustainable mobility and even more specifically shared mobility around new housing is part.

In addition, Advier is investing in the Green Deal Car Sharing. Thanks to SHARE-North, the municipal policy working group was a success and the major cities now have a Car Sharing Action Plan.

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