Improving the organisation and management of public transport and alternative fuels infrastructure in Slovenia
The European Commission provides technical support to the Ministry of Infrastructure of the Republic of Slovenia to set up the regulatory framework for sustainable mobility and adopt the Sustainable Mobility Act.
The share of CO2 emissions from transport is above the average share of this sector in the EU. Personal cars used for mobility in urban areas are one of the main generators of emissions. To tackle these problems and enable the transition towards sustainable mobility, the Ministry of Infrastructure plans to improve the regulatory framework for Sustainable Mobility in the Republic of Slovenia.
The technical support focused on providing analysis and recommendations for an improved delineation of responsibilities and coordination of the actors involved in sustainable mobility, at national, regional and local level; identifying funding sources; defining the mechanism for implementing sustainable mobility at regional level; and setting the quality standards for the local and regional Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans. Technical expertise also supported the drafting of the Sustainable Mobility Act.
The key result of the technical support is the Draft Sustainable Mobility Act that sets the foundation for the planning and implementation sustainable mobility in Slovenia.
This project is funded by the European Union via the Structural Reform Support Programme and implemented by VVA Economics & Policy, KPMG and its partners - Institute of Traffic and Transport Ljubljana, the Research Institute of the Faculty of Public Administration of the University of Ljubljana and Ventico, in cooperation with the European Commission.