Resources

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Read the long version of how ISINNOVA can help your city become more beautiful and sustainable, while improving quality of life

(in Italian – the English version will be published here soon)

How ISINNOVA can transform your city (long version)

Read the short version of how ISINNOVA can help your city become more beautiful and sustainable, while improving quality of life

(in Italian – the English version will be published here soon)

How ISINNOVA can transform your city (short version)

ISINNOVA brochureISINNOVA brochure (in English)

ISINNOVA’s logo is available in English and Italian

ISINNOVA publications

Socioeconomic Impacts of Automated and Connected Vehicles“, conference proceedings with Andrea Ricci, rapporteur (ISINNOVA); Technical Activities Division; Transportation Research Board; National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (2018)

Multi-Level Governance: Linking Up Local, Regional and National Levels to Deliver Integrated Sustainable Energy Action Plans and Projects“, policy brief by Stefano Faberi (ISINNOVA), published on the Odyssee Mure website

New horizons: Future scenarios for research & innovation policies in Europe – Study” – EC DG Research and Innovation, A Ricci et al, 2016

“The world in 2050 and the New Welfare Scenario”, by Carlo Sessa and Andrea Ricci (ISINNOVA), published in Futures, October 2013
Abstract, full article.

Enabling Cycling Cities. Ingredients for Success“, by Mario Gualdi (ISINNOVA) and Pascal van den Noort (Velo Mondial)

Travelling safely in Europe by road, rail and water” by Silvia Gaggi and Andrea Ricci (ISINNOVA)

Innovation in urban mobility – Policy making and planning” by  Silvia Gaggi (ISINNOVA), Thomas Fluhrer (KIT, Germany) and Timmo Janitzek (IGES, Germany)

UVAR (Urban Vehicle Access Restrictions) studies:

Study on Urban Vehicle Access Regulations

Technical reports:

  1. The Role of Information and Communication in Urban Vehicle Access Regulations (UVARs) schemes across Europe
  2. Vehicle Types, Exemptions and (Cross-border) Enforcement of Successful Urban Vehicle Access Regulations (UVARs) schemes across Europe
  3. Planning, Consultation and Design of Urban Vehicle Access Regulations (UVARs) schemes
  4. National legal frameworks for Urban Vehicle Access Regulations (UVARs) schemes
  5. Evaluation and Assessment of Urban Vehicle Access Regulations (UVARs) schemes
  6. Technology options and interoperability for Urban Vehicle Access Regulations (UVARs) schemes

Ex post evaluation of EU financial support for sustainable urban mobility and the use of alternative fuels in EU urban areas

In addition, Andrea Ricci and Carlo Sessa acted as rapporteurs on scenarios for the European Commission’s report on Global Europe 2050.

ISINNOVA news

  • Photo collage new hires

Welcome to the new members of the team!

April 1st, 2019|Comments Off on Welcome to the new members of the team!

Svetlana Ivanova We’d like to extend a warm welcome to the three new members of ISINNOVA’s team. Giorgia Galvini Svetlana Ivanova is a researcher of energy policy and sustainable development that [...]

  • Francesca Pietroni intervistata per HANDSHAKE su Radio24

ISINNOVA and HANDSHAKE on Radio24

March 25th, 2019|Comments Off on ISINNOVA and HANDSHAKE on Radio24

Riding the green wave of the #FridaysForFuture, Francesca Pietroni of ISINNOVA was invited on Sunday, 17 March to talk about the HANDSHAKE project during the "Si può fare” (“It can be done”) programme, to explain [...]

  • Andrea Ricci Socioeconomic Impacts of Automated Vehicles

Andrea Ricci on the socioeconomic impacts of automated and connected vehicles

February 6th, 2019|Comments Off on Andrea Ricci on the socioeconomic impacts of automated and connected vehicles

Last summer, ISINNOVA’s Andrea Ricci served as the rapporteur for the Sixth EU–US Transportation Research Symposium, which took place on June 26–27, 2018. The symposium, which discussed the socioeconomic impacts of automated and connected vehicles, [...]

  • ISINNOVA new office

ISINNOVA has moved!

January 2nd, 2019|Comments Off on ISINNOVA has moved!

ISINNOVA's office has moved to Via Sistina 42, 00187 Rome. We are still located in the centre of Rome, and can be easily reached from the Barberini or Spagna stops on the Metro A. We [...]

  • STRIA urban mobility forum

ISINNOVA at the STRIA Urban Mobility Forum

December 21st, 2018|Comments Off on ISINNOVA at the STRIA Urban Mobility Forum

ISINNOVA’s Andrea Ricci recently participated in The future of mobility in European cities: Graz Forum contributing to the EU's Strategic Transport Research and Innovation Agenda (STRIA) on 26-27 November 2018 in Graz, Austria. convened under the [...]

  • Metro C in Rome

Want to join us? Seeking a researcher in transport and mobility

November 28th, 2018|Comments Off on Want to join us? Seeking a researcher in transport and mobility

We’re looking for a researcher with a degree in engineering, economics, statistics or political science, as well as experience with quantitative methods and the coordination of expert teams. The candidate should be fully fluent in English, [...]