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TIDE guidelines for implementers

By Dagmar Roeller / Updated: 13 Nov 2015

The 10 TIDE Guidelines for implementers address the full implementation process of two out of the three innovative measures per cluster. Concrete items such as preparation, actual implementation and operation of the measure, are addressed, as well as their costs, benefits and stakeholders to be involved.

The Guidelines are illustrated with good practice examples and provide links to available planning tools. This TIDE Tool is targeted towards practitioners in charge of implementing transport and mobility solutions in cities.

The Guidelines are available to download below. For more information on the TIDE project, visit tide-innovation.eu.

Open access data for applications–based traveller information

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Advanced priority systems for public transport

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Innovative bicycle parking schemes

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People-friendly streets and public spaces

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Urban road user charges

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Implementation of parking charge policies — dynamic parking charges

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Clean City Logistics

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Metropolitan public transport authorities

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Marketing research as an optimisation tool in public transport

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Financing schemes for charging infrastructure

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Published: 
September 2014
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