eGUTS Electric, Electronic and Green Urban Transport Systems

Project eGUTS strives to exploit potentials of e-mobility in eight Danube cities, regions and beyond. To do so, the existing network of 22 partners will develop innovative eGUTS Standards for cities supporting e-mobility, based on combined Feasibility Studies will elaborate and realize Local Action Plans for deploying them, develop and test the eGUTS APP smart tool, implement various Pilot Actions in the fields of road preference and parking policies, charging stations, rental spots, and more.

Last but not least, consortium will actively intensify cooperation, exchange of experience and transfer of know-how among relevant actors both on transnational (via Expert Panel) and on regional/national level (via Regional Strategy Platforms meetings) with strong focus on user needs (local citizens and tourists). As result, an improved and coordinated application of Danube eMOB Strategy is expected not only in participating regions but, with wider exploitation of results, in whole Danube area and further in entire Europe.

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Electric, Electronic and Green Urban Transport Systems
Start date
End date
Budget in Euro
Overall: 1819075
ERDF Contribution: 1468013,75
IPA Contribution: 78200
ENI Contribution: 0
Call number
Call 1
Better connected and energy responsible Danube region
Specific objective
Support environmentally-friendly and safe transport systems and balanced accessibility of urban and rural areas

Project Partners

Name Type Email Country
Citizens´ Association No Gravity Lead partner SLOVAKIA
Technology Promotion Burgenland ERDF partner AUSTRIA
Center of Excellence for Renewable Energy, Energy Efficiency and Environment ERDF partner AUSTRIA
City of Zadar ERDF partner CROATIA
Transport Research Centre ERDF partner CZECH REPUBLIC
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Project News

  • eGUTS - Conference on sustainable transport and citizens' health in Brno as a part of eGUTS National Awareness Campaign
    - 16-01-2019
    Conference on sustainable transport and citizens' health in Brno as a part of eGUTS National Awareness Campaign

    Conference on sustainable transport and citizens' health in Brno as a part of eGUTS National Awareness Campaign  The conference was organized by eGUTS partner CDV (Centrum dopravního výzkumu, v.v.i.) and held on 20th of November, 2019 in...

  • eGUTS - Merry Christmas
    - 25-12-2018
    Merry Christmas

    We would like to wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year with full of energy!

  • eGUTS - Thematic day on electromobility in Brno
    - 12-12-2018
    Thematic day on electromobility in Brno

    Czech partner of the eGUTS project, CDV Brno (Transport Research Centre), continuously watches trends and news from the area of transport, conducts surveys and analyses, and science, research, and innovation for the public and private sectors. It...

  • eGUTS - Danube Region Transport Day 2018
    - 07-12-2018
    Danube Region Transport Day 2018

    On the 4th of December 2018, the eGUTS project was presented at THE DANUBE REGION TRANSPORT DAYS 2018 taking place in Ljubljana (4. – 5. 12. 2018). The international stakeholder conference brings together transport community to exchange and share...

  • eGUTS - eGUTS project meet RENAULT
    - 27-11-2018
    eGUTS project meet RENAULT

    After few previous discussions with Viktor VALAŠKA, Fleet Manager at RENAULT Slovensko,  from Bratislava, eGUTS project representatives participated to a very interesting workshop at Renault Česká republika in Prague, Czech Republic on 22nd of...

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