LIFE11 ENV/IT/000015

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Project Manager: Marco DALL'AGNOL
Tel: +39-053 2790707
Fax: +39-0422-327265
Email: marco.dallagnol@mobilitadimarca.it

Project description:


Most small/mid-sized historic towns, such as Treviso, face similar challenges in relation to mobility and the transport of people and goods in their urban centres. This includes energy consumption, environmental impact, noise and other issues. These factors negatively affect citizens’ health and damage heritage sites and cultural assets (e.g. degradation of houses and monuments). Low levels of public transport use and higher freight distribution costs also have a negative effect on trade in urban centres, which in turn impacts on social cohesion and the dynamism of these areas. However, experiences in various EU Member States show that a number of organisational, operational and technological measures can be used to address such issues.


The PERHT project aims to transform parking facilities in the pilot area into “hubs for green urban mobility”, which will enable the following strategic objectives to be achieved:

  • Reduced impact of car traffic through improved management of parking services and the implementation of flexible parking schemes;
  • Efficient integration of parking services with public transport and other collective mobility services;
  • Encouragement of citizens and visitors to shift from cars to alternative (individual aand collective) and sustainable mobility services;
  • Reduced impact of commercial traffic by providing dedicated parking facilities for last-mile operations, and by better integrating city logistics into the overall urban mobility management scheme;
  • Promoting the take-up of electric mobility for both people and goods.
  • These measures will lead to energy savings, improvements in the urban environment and a better quality of life in the town centre.

    Expected results:

  • New park and ride services, with bicycle sharing facilities and stations. This is expected to lead to emissions reductions in Treviso urban centre of at least 60 tonnes of CO2 equivalent per year, and an energy consumption reduction of 23 tonnes of oil equivalent (toe) per year;
  • A flexible collective mobility scheme, based on shared taxi services, leading to an emissions reduction of 2 tonnes of CO2 equivalent per year, and an energy consumption reduction of 1.075 toe per year;
  • A reduction in urban commercial traffic through the adoption of policies favouring the use of electric vehicles and optimised freight loads, leading to a CO2 emissions reduction of at least 8% (50 tonnes CO2 equivalent/year) and an energy consumption reduction of 0.22 toe/year;
  • The introduction of recharging stations, services and other incentives (e.g. priority parking) to promote the use of electric vehicles;
  • Travel information and information on the mobility schemes via pervasive ICT services, including a web portal, applications for mobile users, and information kiosks/screens;
  • Demonstration of a new concept for integrated and coordinated eco-mobility service operation in small/mid-sized historical towns.



Environmental issues addressed:


Land-use & Planning - Transport planning - Traffic monitoring


urban area‚  noise reduction‚  public transport‚  transport planning

Natura 2000 sites

Not applicable



Coordinator ACTT Spa - Azienda Consorzio Trevigiano Trasporti
Type of organisation Public enterprise
Description A.C.T.T. SpA is Treviso’s public transport operator. Serving 20 municipalities in the Treviso area, its mission is to work with the local authorities to manage urban traffic and improve public transport by reducing congestion and pollution.
Partners Treviso Municipality, Italy MemEx Srl Livorno,Italy Softeco Sismat Srl Genova, Italy European Association of Historic Towns and Regions (EAHTR) Norwich, United Kingdom


Project reference LIFE11 ENV/IT/000015
Duration 01-OCT-2012 to 31-MAR -2016
Total budget 1,449,381.00 €
EU contribution 706,810.00 €
Project location Veneto(Italia)


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