About the Project - SUTRA
PRJ – SUTRA (local)
/ SO 4.1
SUSTAINABLE TRANSPORT IN ADRIATIC COASTAL AREAS AND HINTERLAND
4.1: Improve the quality, safety and environmental sustainability of marine and coastal transport services and nodes by promoting multimodality in the programme area
Municipality of Caorle
- General public
- Local, regional and national public authorities
- Enterprises, transport operators including operators of multimodal logistics hubs, infrastructure providers
- Regional development agencies
The overall objective of SUTRA is to promote sustainable mobility on the Adriatic coast and its hinterland. By mainstreaming innovative mobility concepts for passenger transport, urban centres in the Programme area will be able to reduce traffic congestion, improve air quality and reduce CO2 emissions. The main outputs of SUTRA are: 10 new eco-friendly multimodal transport services for passengers, 1 new maritime link between Italy and Croatia (relation Caorle – Poreč) and 1 jointly developed Crossborder Manual for smart design and integration of soft mobility solutions in coastal areas. The main outputs will provide benefits to tourists, residents of coastal areas and the hinterland, local and regional public administrations and SME’s.
F&F – sutra
Municipality of Caorle
VIA ROMA 26
Caorle - Italy
The project aims to realize a maritime connection between the City of Caorle and the City of Porec, through a first arrangement of the Fishing Port (excavation and re-calibration of the marina bottom and analysis of sludge) and the subsequent awarding of a service in concession for transport of tourists between the two cities.
Contact person: Enzo Lazzarin
Municipality of Chioggia
The Municipality’s structure is organized by seven departments and 250 employees to develop and plan a City life. Chioggia is an historical town and an ideal tourist destination. In an hour's drive or ship people can reach Venice. The SUTRA project is followed by Promotion of Land department (Settore Promozione del Territorio). Project’s goal is to solve our problems with mobility and drive-ability in Chioggia especially in the summer time, our owned company will manage a bike sharing service.
Contact person: Laura Masiero
Municipality of Ravenna
Ravenna is located in Emilia-Romagna Region and counts about 160.000 inhabitants in a wide area of 652.000 km², with a 30 Km long coastline. Its port is one of the most important in the Adriatic Sea. For the uniqueness of their byzantine mosaics, 8 monuments are included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. The Municipality is active in promoting sustainable mobility in the urban area and in its connections to the coast.
Contact person: Emanuela Medeghini
Intermunicipalities Territorial Union Riviera Bassa Friulana
Municipality of Pescara
The structure is as follows: GENERAL DIRECTORATE-GENERAL SECRETARY-LAWYER-2 DEPARTMENTS-13 SECTORS-49 SERVICES-6 HIGH PROFESSIONALISM. At 2018/12/31 the number of permanent staff was 716. The staff dedicated to the European Policies service is composed of three units. The general knowledge is enriched thanks to the inter-sectorial work and collaboration with other Departments involved, in this case with Mobility Sector with which we are developing financed projects on sustainable mobility.
Contact person: Piergiorgio Pardi
Institute of International Sociology of Gorizia
The Institute of International Sociology of Gorizia (ISIG) is a non-profit cultural institution. ISIG work develops through research, planning, consultancy, project implementation, training, organization of conferences. ISIG is recognized as a center of excellence in the study of international relations, cross-border cooperation, ethnic and minority relations, social policies, local development, democracy and civil society, of the territory and of the management of environmental risk.
Contact person: Olivia Ferrari
Split and Dalmatia County
SDC is experienced in preparation and implementation of different cross-border and transnational projects. Institution has an extensive network of national, regional and local institutions with competent staff successful in implementing multidisciplinary projects that require regional and international cooperation skills. SDC is organized in 11 departments, each dealing with sectoral issues, employs the total of 270 staff, well-educated and trained with yearly budget of around 143.780.000,00 €.
Contact person: Anton Hrgović
Town of Porec-Parenzo
Poreč-Parenzo is one of the oldest and most beautiful towns in Istria, i.e. the heart-shaped peninsula in Croatia’s northwest. It covers an area of 111.27 km2 and has a population density of 154 inhabitants per square kilometer. According to the 2011 census, Poreč-Parenzo has a population of 16,696 people living in 6,276 households spread across 53 settlements. Due to its gorgeous beaches and ancient history, Poreč-Parenzo is one of the most popular destinations for foreign visitors to Croatia.
Contact person: Dunja Babić
Municipality of Vodnjan - Dignano
City of Vodnjan-Dignano is a local public authority which in its local governmental scope conducts the activities of local importance that directly addresses the needs of citizens. The municipality is realizing itself as a desirable place to live, where people can meet all their living needs. In this manner, the City of Vodnjan-Dignano is committed to social, cultural and educational revitalization with emphasis of environmental sustainability.
Contact person: Andrea Manzin
City of Split
City of Split is the second largest municipality of Croatia. Its objective is to represent all the citizens, improving the quality of their life, protecting the more disadvantage ones, promoting the economic development. It has 12 departments employing 440 persons with annual budget of approximately 120 million euros. City of Split had implemented several projects from the IPA program and Structural funds, has knowledge and trained personnel in preparation and implementation of the projects.
Contact person: Tomo Šundov