CAPITAL in brief
What is the CAPITAL project?
CAPITAL – Collaborative cApacity Programme on ITS Training-educAtion and Liaison is a coordination and support action funded by the European Union to design and deliver a collaborative capacity-building programme.
The aim of the CAPITAL project is to design and deliver a collaborative capacity-building programme (comprising of training and further education) for practitioners in the public and private sector in the field of (Cooperative) ITS deployment. The CAPITAL project will particularly develop an open platform offering training modules, hands-on training in 6 cities and awareness raising and liaison activities focusing on the benefits of ITS.
CAPITAL is financed by the European Commission DG MOVE and coordinated by ERTICO – ITS Europe.
The objectives of the CAPITAL project are:
- Create a platform of practitioners in the public and private sector in the field of (Cooperative) ITS deployment by establishing synergies with existing regional, European and international activities.
- Identify and assess the capacity needs and knowledge gaps and constraints of the practitioners in the field of (Cooperative) ITS.
- Develop an ITS deployment transferability handbook of case studies (including their respective business models) and support the decision making process for deploying C-ITS.
- Design, Implement and assess the collaborative capacity-building programme in 6 European cities.
- Develop a user awareness strategy and promote dissemination and awareness of the collaborative capacity-building programme to other ITS stakeholders.
Capital Facts & Figures
Project acronym: CAPITAL
Project name: Collaborative cApacity Programme on ITS Training-educAtion and Liaison
Project type: Coordination and support Action
Topic: Roadmap, new business models, awareness raising, support and incentives for the roll-out of ITS
Programme: Horizon 2020
Project Coordinator: Lina Konstantinopoulou, ERTICO – ITS Europe
Consortium: 11 direct partners
Start date: 1 October 2016
End date: 30 September 2019
Budget: € 1,814,312.50
Funding: € 1,814,312.50