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Spider Plus Press Release Final Event is available for discharging.

Spider PLUS Newsletter nr. 3 is available for discharging. All news and project updates are summarized.

The SPIDER PLUS Newsletter has been issued

The connected traveller benefits from seamless multi-modal transport, using a virtual travel companion that is aware of the traveller’s preferences and the real time context. New mobility routines and behavioural changes have led to more flexible and service oriented ways to provide individual mobility and varying lifestyles. The line between the real and the virtual world has blurred. Smart hubs in the cities’ periphery are responsible for the distribution of in- and outbound logistics and transport. Electric technology has replaced combustion engines. The spatial pressure is high: about two-thirds of the population is living in urban areas. In this urbanised environment, public transport is the prevailing transport mean. Multi-modal travelling is easy due to a wider range of available transport modalities. In addition a substantial decline in the ownership of individual transportation has occurred.

The SPIDER PLUS at a glance provides a short summary of the Project objectives. The SPIDER PLUS at a glance has been issued under the form of Newsletter n.1 at the Project Kick Off.