Bonitat Ltd as an expert in the following Europe Union projects



 1. Envimpact (FP7)


Dissemination and exploitation of research results to enhance impacts of environment research activities in an enlarged Europe


Lead time of project: 30 months (01 2011 – 06 2013)

     Tasks in the project:

-       shared management task (WP1)

-       in the WP2 (Mapping and assessing CEE research results in the field of environment): Task 2.1 (Identification of CEE research results in the field of environment)

-       expert, consultant role at Tasks 2.2 & 2.3,

-       expert, consultant role at WP3 (Analysis of dissemination and exploitation practices of research results in the CEE region),

-       supporter function at WP4 (Enhancing communication and exploitation performance),

-       supporter function at WP5 (Promotion and networking)

 2.C-Liége (FP7)


C-LIEGE - Clean Last mile transport and logistics management for smart and efficient local Governments in Europe



C-LIEGE is the showcase for good practices and a helpful hand for all European cities striving for cleaner and sustainable urban transportation. On the basis of good practices the project will define an integrated framework for energy efficient Urban Freight Transport (UFT) management and planning. A novel set of integrated solutions and "push-and-pull" demand-oriented measures will be tested and shared in roadmaps for the implementation in European cities. Seven pilot experiments in six European countries ensure the applicability of the C-LIEGE approach: Bulgaria, Italy, Poland, United Kingdom, Germany and Malta.


Partners: FIT Consulting srl (FIT), European Regions Research and Innovation Network (ERRIN), Transportes, Inovação e Sistemas, SA (TIS-PT), Impact Consulting slr (IMPACT), National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), Imperial College London (IMPERIAL), TU Dortmund University (TUDO), LEITAT Technology Centre (LEITAT), Paragon Europe Limited (PARAGON), Institute for Transport and Logistics (ITL), Leicester Energy Agency / Leicester City Council (LEA-LCC), Bermag Sp.j. (BERMAG), IKU GmbH Communication Consulting (IKU), KLOK Kooperationszentrum Logistik e.V. (KLOK), Newcastle City Council (NCC), Municipality of Montana (MONTANA), Maritime University of Szczecin (MUS).


Lead time of project: 30 months (05 2011 – 10 2013)

Function in the project:

-       expert, consultant role beside ERRIN.

Tasks in the project:

-       presentation at Barcelona workshop (11 2011) (Combined city logistics plan for Budapest based on Danube - A Plan and a Vision - ),

-       participation on Brussels workshop (03 2012),

-       participation on Newcastle workshop,

consultation, participation on the common synthesis of results.





           Green Intermodal Freight Transport: Efficient access to a SEE coordinated

           multimodal freight network; Improve framework conditions for multi modal




The main aim of the current project is to map, analyze, and evaluate the status of the transport sector in the GIFT transport network and propose new policies and strategies in infrastructure, processes, assets, ICT, legislation, norms and harmonization/ standardization issues, in order to promote innovative green intermodal freight transport corridors. GIFT project will drill down in three Pan-European Transport Corridors, namely IV, V and VII that cover almost the entire SEE region. These corridors have been selected, since: -They connect ports to landlocked countries via road and rail infrastructure -A very significant flow of freight from/to Europe uses these corridors.They involve important areas such as the Adriatic, the Danube, the Black Sea regions and the Balkans -They have the potential to become green, since the instruments (both economical and operational) that can enhance a better integration of different modes of transport, exist. Moreover, we decided to use the PEC Corridors (instead of the TEN-T corridors) as the latter do not cross non-EU countries such as Serbia, BiH, Albania, etc, which however belong to the SEE region. In any case, we have selected PEN Corridors that are in line with TEN-T initiatives. In order to fulfill the initial aim, we will map and assess the current status in terms of transport strategy, operations and policies of the three selected Corridors. Subsequently, based on the findings of our analysis, we will synthesize concrete and pragmatic proposals for the improvement of the current transport network and for relevant policies to promote green transport in the selected corridors. In order to assess the effectiveness of our proposals, we will develop a series of tools to test their green operation. The aim will be to assess the impact of the proposed improvements and policies in terms of trip duration, cost, risk, and CO2 emissions.


Partners: Ministry of Infrastructure, Transport & Networks, Greece; UNIVERSITY OF THE AEGEAN, Greece; TRAINOSE S.A., Greece; Regional Inter-University Consortium of Apulia Region, Italy; Democenter-Sipe S.c.r.l., Italy; National Company – The Maritime Danube Ports Administration SA Galati, Romania; Institute of Traffic and Transport Ljubljana l.l.c., Slovenia; Verona Innovation – Special Agency of the Chamber of Commerce of Verona, Italy; Public Foundation for the Development of Industry IFKA Hungary; Executive Agency Maritime Administration, Bulgaria; Luka Koper, port and logistic system, d.d., Slovenia; RailCargo Hungaria, Hungary; Baja Public Port Ltd., Hungary; Regional Chamber of Commerce and Industry Krusevac, Serbia; Intermodal Transport Cluster, Croatia, Institute of Transport, Albania; Marche Region – Great Communication Infrastructures, Viability and Public Waters Department, Italy; WATERBORNE TRANSPORT DEVELOPMENT AGENCY, Slovakia; Ministry of Transport Construction and Regional Development of the Slovak Republic, Slovakia; Republic of Slovenia, Ministry of Transport, Slovenia; Slovenian Railways - Infrastructure, Ltd., Slovenia; Special Agency of the Port of Chioggia, Italy; Compagnia Ferroviaria Italiana, Italy; Ministry for infrastructures and transport – Rail Regulator's Office, Italy; Ministry of Infrastructure and Energy of the Republic Serbia, Serbia.


Lead time of project: 30 months (03 2012 – 08 2014)

Function in the project:

general expert, consultant role in mapping (GIFT Transport Network Census Corridor IV & V Road)




Fostering Evaluation Competencies in Research, Technology and Innovation in the SEE Region




Lead time: 36 months (05 2011 – 04 2014)

Function in the project:

-       expert, consultant role in the mapping of innovation infrastructure





Smart Work Centres in rural areas



Lead time: 36 months (01 2012 – 12 2014)

Function in the project:

-       expert, consultant role in the mapping of telework practice





Boosting Regional Development with ICT Innovation-Strategies



Lead time: 30 months (01 2012 – 06 2014)

Function in the project:

-       expert, consultant role in the mapping of the status of ICT technologies




Accessibility improved at border CROSsings for the integration of South East Europe



The project focuses on the implementation of common standards across the different administrative procedure that represent together with the company discrimination's, the real hidden cost of the non integration of the SEE area.

Moreover it will Contribute to the optimisation of international borders management, that includes reducing cross-border transit time, increase regional and international trade by improving border crossings, ensuring that national trade facilitation procedures are compatible with markets and administrative procedures.

The project will promote institutional and stakeholders permanent cooperation in order to provide concrete actions and projects to contribute to the Danube strategy for Danube regional, the Adriatic strategy and the Black sea synergy: this platform will serve as a basis for the implementation of the One stop shop along the selected corridor.

A tree-layer approach will be used in order to combine and interlink the institutional dimension with the transport model analysis and the contribution of the transport economic dimension on solving the crossborder issues which remain the core part of the project.

The project will adopt a common transport model for the entire South East Area, integrated with the rest of Europe and compatible with the current EU system, adequate to be exploited also by public administrations and transport operator.

The core part of the project will be consecrated on Improving the cross-border mobility of the rail freight flows. Adopt concrete measures in order to cut the running time in the cross-border points and to ease up the existing bottlenecks in the SEE area.


Partners: Central European Initiative (Lead Partner, Italy); Venice International Unviersity (Italy), Aristotele University of Thessaloniki (Greece); Austria Tech (Austria); Regional Administration Smolyan (bularia); Trainose sa (Greece); Fdeeral Ministry for Transport Innovation and Technology (Austria); The association of Chamber of Commerce of Veneto Region (Italy); University Politechnica of Bucarest (Romania); Public Foundation for the Development of Industry (Hungary); Region of Epirus (Greece); Veneto Region (italy); Institute of Traffic and Trnsport Ljubljana l.l.c. (Slovenia); Gea College (Slovenia); Ministry of Public Works and Transport (Albania); Prorail Alliance (Croatia); Berlgrade Chamber of Commerce (Serbia); Odessa National Maritime University (Ukraine); Ministry of National Development (Hungary); Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport (Italy); Community of European Railway and Infrastructure Companies (Belgium); Italferr (Italy); Ministry of Transport and Maritime Affairs (Montenegro); Ministry of the Sea, Transport and Infrastructure (Croatia); European Union Road Federation (Belgium); European Intermodal Association (Belgium); European Road Haulers Association (Belgium).


Lead time: 28 months (10 2012 – 01 2015)

Function in the project:

general expert, consultant role