Theme Analysis Reports

Theme Analysis Reports

Compiled from TRIP’s database of over 7,700 projects, the Theme Analysis Reports review the essential policy, infrastructure and development needs required to fill gaps in capacity and meet the EU's transport needs.

This Research Theme Analysis Report gives an overview of research performed (mostly) in the EU collated by TRIP within the theme of transport security. The report considers: overall trends in transport security; including key results; overall trends in the funding for transport security research; the alignment of the research with current policy; policy implications of the results from the research; any gaps within the research theme.

65 Pages
| 14-03-2017

The new Research Theme Analysis Report from TRIP provides a comprehensive review of multimodal transport infrastructure research performed by European businesses, public organisations and academic institutions. It offers a rare snapshot of the current infrastructure research and innovation landscape to help focus policy makers, stakeholders and researchers on areas to improve the accessibility and performance of transport systems across Europe.

69 Pages
| 08-02-2017

This research theme analysis report gives an overview of research performed (mostly) in the EU collated by TRIP,providing a view across many projects that fall under the cooperative intelligent transport systems (ITS) theme title. It provides an assessment of the reported results from these projects and offers perspectives from scientific and policy points of view. 

100 Pages
| 20-06-2016

This is the first in the new series of Research Theme Analysis Reports produced under the new Transport Research & Innovation Portal (TRIP). It covers the research theme Urban Mobility.

The purpose of this Research Theme Analysis Report is to provide an overview of research performed (mostly) in the EU collated by TRIP, providing a view across many projects that fall under the theme. It provides an assessment of the reported results from the research projects, giving scientific and policy perspectives.

66 Pages
| 06-04-2016