The Technical Workshop in Italy was
held on the 19th June 2019 in Milan at the Palazzo Lombardia. The
workshop was attended by about 73 delegates from several stakeholder as local
administrations, PTOs (public transport operators), PTAs (public transport authorities),
manufacturers, industry and universities representatives as well as
The purpose of the Technical Workshop
aimed to increase the visibility of the project, to raise local interest and
improve local understanding of the project and of the five I-SharE LIFE
Business Model, finally and generally to stimulate public’s interest towards
I-Share Life Project.
The workshop was structured in different sessions:
Introduction and welcome: the workshop started with a welcome from FNM and ASSTRA President and two speech from Lombardia Region and European Commission
I-SharE LIFE Project: this section focused on the I-SharE LIFE project contents with a deeply explanation of the five business models, the principal functionality of the project software, and the activities about Public awareness and results dissemination.
Round Table: Debate among Stakeholder on the project themes.
Working Groups: All stakeholders, that attended to the afternoon session, were divided into the five groups. Five Table were organized, one for each business models in order to debate about model innovations and user needs , barriers, overcomes, Mechanisms to support the introduction of models , recommendations and suggestions for replicating and transferring models in other contexts, lessons to learn.
Documentation on the Workshop, including all I-SharE Partners’ presentations , can be downloaded from the “Documenti” web page.
15th National Conference on local public transport “R-Evolution – Public
transport: route for the future” (Rome, 13 and 14 February 2019)
ASSTRA has planned and conducted “dissemination”
actions related to the I-SharE LIFE
Taking advantage of the importance of the event
in the Italian public transport market, also in terms of number and type of
participants, ASSTRA introduced the project, the involved companies and the
first achieved results through a roll up, an information brochure and a slide
During the conference – which has been visited, in the two days, by 450 people representing transport companies, independent authorities, local and national political-institutional interlocutors, companies producing services and goods, associations, banking and financial organizations, Universities, Foundations, Research Istitutions – the following Tweet has been published on ASSTRA Twitter profile.
“Diffusi, durante il 15° convegno
nazionale sul #trasporto #pubblico i primi risultati del progetto I-SharE LIFE http://www.i-sharelife.eu/
coordinato da @FNM_Group in partnership con ASSTRA, E-Vai, Nordcom, Poliedra,
@Dyvolve , #Osijek: #mobilità condivisa, integrata, #sostenibile”
In the evening and at the weekend they will be car-sharing service
Bergamo will experiment an innovative model of electric car sharing on its municipal ground. As a demonstration site of the European project “LIFE ENV I-SharE: innovative sharing solutions for small and medium urban areas”, the Municipality of Bergamo has decided to invest about 40,000 euros for the supply of 4 state-of-the-art electric cars.
Starting from April, 4 Renault Zoe R90 Intens, with a nominal autonomy of 400 km, will be shared between municipal administration and citizenship. These cars will be part of the municipal fleet from 8.00 to 18.00 from Monday to Friday and they will become usable by all citizens from 18.00 to 8.00 and for the entire duration of Saturday and holidays.
The partner identified for this service is E-Vai, a member of the FNM group already active in car sharing business throughout Lombardy. Since 2011 E-Vai offers the first electric car sharing service with regional diffusion and integrated with rail transport. It boasts a fleet of vehicles of the latest generation with low environmental impact; 90% of car fleet is completely electric and the remaining vehicles are hybrid cars. Thanks to about 100 E-Vai points present in strategic places (airports, stations, squares, hospitals, universities) in more than 30 locations in Lombardy., E-Vai offers services not only for citizens, but also for companies, both private and public, as a tool for improving and reducing the costs of business mobility.
“With this project – explains the Councilor for Mobility Stefano Zenoni – various objectives and numerous new elements are pursued. First of all, 4 electric cars will be made available to citizens, as well as cars that can be rented on request in the 4 E-Vai Points in Bergamo. Furthermore, the Municipality is experimenting with a model that could have interesting developments in the future, ie that of sharing its fleet of vehicles with fellow citizens. For a small-medium city, where car sharing systems struggle to develop for mere private initiative and at the same time the available resources are limited, this hybridization can be a positive turning point. The sharing economy is therefore also declined in sharing the means of the institutions with their citizens. Finally, the Municipality, – concludes Zenoni – abandons the logic of the purchase of its vehicles in favor of a service supply, thus guaranteeing the continuous updating of its vehicles to vehicles with low environmental impact. ”
“We are happy to realize here in the city of Bergamo the first demonstration site of the European I-SharE Life Project – commented Augusto De Castro, E-Vai Managing Director – The Municipality has made available to incorporate a particularly innovative electric car sharing model , which is based on the sharing of the cars of its fleet with the citizens, according to different time bands of use and compatible with each other. This is a concrete and effective solution to promote mobility that is less impacting on the environment, thanks to the use of electric vehicles, but with important benefits also from the point of view of economic sustainability for all those involved. This model we are creating here in Bergamo, is easily replicable in small-medium sized contexts with a high demand for mobility that are not reached by the big car-sharing operators. ”
Balkan Green Energy News, the region’s leading sustainable energy and green economy news provider publishing in both English and Serbian, recently selected as one of 42 projects globally – and the only from South-East Europe (SEE) – to compete for the Best Climate Solutions 2018 Award.
Please CLICK HERE to read the article on I-Share LIFE on this website.
On the 13th of November 2018 Poliedra organized and hosted the first round table to launch the User Research activities of the I-SharE project funded under the LIFE Environment and Resource Efficiency program. I-SharE aims to test innovative solutions for the sharing of electric vehicles in small and medium-sized urban areas, through a Design Thinking approach.
FNM, Nordcom, E-VAI, the city of Osijek and Dyvolve Croatia led by Poliedra team participated in the definition of stakeholders and user profiles in order to identify the beta users that will help to test and co-design the service.
SEA Milan Airports is partner of the LAirA (Landside Airports Accessibility) European project, funded by the Central Europe Programme. LAirA aims at improving airports’ surface access and fostering low-carbon mobility solutions for passengers and employees.
The event brings together European airports, policy makers and transport stakeholders to present and discuss experiences and prospects on electric mobility solutions to improve the sustainability of airports’ landside accessibility.
Objectives of the project
Improve the knowledge of airports and institutions public accessibility system terrestrial airports
Develop pilot projects that involve passengers (App) and airport employees (Mobility management)
Integrate the project results into development of accessibility strategies landside of airports