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COMmon PROcurement of collective and public service transport clean vehicles. COMPRO. EIE/06/200/SI2.448437. Start: January 2007. Duration: 36 months. The aim of COMPRO is to enhance the development of the clean vehicles market (CNG and hybrid) taking action on the demand side.
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COMmon PROcurement of collective and public service transport clean vehicles
Start: January 2007
Duration: 36 months
COMPRO analyses the conditions for a common procurement of clean collective and public service transport vehicles at European scale by local authorities, aiming both at reducing prices and fostering the consolidation of emerging technologies.What is COMPRO
Nantes Metropole (+ Semitan)
Emilia Romagna Region
ISIS is coordinatingWho is involved
The whole study is implemented following a participatory process involving the automotive industry, national and local governments and public transport operators (within the Procurement Management Group) in order to keep COMPRO in line with the options available on the market and analyse the conditions for a Common Procurement from different perspectives:
The PMG has been consolidated.
Composed of selected stakeholders representing different interests:
The Framework (1)
the EU through pilot projects. On the basis of the results of these projects, the Commission could envisage a wider application of such measures….”.
towards sustainable urban transport.
how large is the potential
market to be exploited to
come closer to
a “green public transport”
in European cities
“the definition and assessment of the conditions for a common procurement of clean collective and public service transport vehicles at European scale by local authorities, aiming both at reducing prices and fostering the consolidation of emerging technologies”
is strongly linked to the wide sharing of its outcomes by the European public authorities/transport operators responsible for the Local PT services, and their positive appraisal of the benefits in joining a common procurement action.
COMPRO is coordinated by ISIS. The core partnership includes both local and regional authorities and public transport operators:
ISIS – Institute of Studies for the Integration of Systems
Via Flaminia, 21 – 00196 Roma
Mrs Silvia Gaggi
Mr Dario Dubolino