Fact sheet #1

This is the first ALLIANCE fact sheet, entitled “An overview of transportation networks’ interconnection in Europe”. Scope of this fact sheet is to present the main findings of the comprehensive state-of-the-practice review in the interconnection of transportation networks in Latvia, the region, and generally in Europe, and to highlight good practices revealing from specific passenger and freight interchanges.

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Fact sheet #2

The scope of the 2nd ALLIANCE fact sheet, entitled “Defining educational requirements and areas in transportation for Latvia and the region”, is to present the main findings of a coherent gap analysis, which resulted in the identification of educational requirements and areas in transportation for Latvia and the region.

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Fact sheet #3

The scope of the 3rd ALLIANCE fact sheet, entitled “Towards a coherent knowledge-sharing strategy”, is to present a coherent knowledge sharing strategy to measure the effectiveness of all relevant activities that will take place during and beyond the lifecycle of the project, linking them to the general TWINNING programme goals, the specific ALLIANCE objectives and the Transport and Telecommunication Institute (TTI) Strategy and Research Programme for the period 2016-2017 (TTI, 2015).

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Fact sheet #4

The scope of the 4th ALLIANCE fact sheet is to reveal the main findings of a preliminary survey on transport interchange design and operation, which was designed and implemented by the Traffic, Transportation and Logistics Laboratory of University of Thessaly, Greece and the Transport and Telecommunication Institute, Latvia.

The aim of the survey was to investigate relevance of existing knowledge, importance and requirements for skills and competence on interchanges’ design and operation, as perceived by Latvian stakeholders, including policy makers, transport operators and service providers, and academia.

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Fact sheet #5

The European Union addresses “e-learning” as a generic expression for all learning involving the uses of information and communication technologies to support both learning and teaching.

In the framework of ALLIANCE the focus of “e-learning” was set on a self-paced distance learning path to further spread the courses of the ALLIANCE “Sustainable Transport Interchanges Program (STIP)”, which was initially designed for the needs of the project’s two Summer Schools. Based on STIP, the consortium developed selected digitalized courses to support lifelong learning purposes beyond the lifecycle of the project, not only for students, but also for professionals and any other interested party. Thereby, lifelong learning is understood as “the on-going access to the renewing of skills and the acquisition of knowledge”.

To this end, the scope of the 5th fact sheet is to present the concept of the ALLIANCE lifelong e-learning program.

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