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International activities

Transport Innovation Association actively participated in international organizations that create a legal framework for transport innovation issues and guidelines for future pilot projects.

DTLF – Digital Transport and Logistics Forum

Digital Transport and Logistics Forum consists of a group of experts from the European Commission, which invites stakeholders from the public and private transport and logistics sector to promote the digital transformation initiated by the European Commission in the transport and logistics.

Transport Innovation Association representative – Partner for Development and Project Delivery Inga Ablingienė, e-mail: inga.ablingiene@tiasoc.eu

More information about the Digital Transport and Logistics Forum: Digital Transport and Logistics Forum (DTLF).

EUSBSR – EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region

The EU countries – Sweden, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland – responsible for the implementation of the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region. Policy area coordinators are responsible for implementing the strategy. From March 16, 2022, Inga Ablingienė, Partner for Development and Project Delivery of the Transport Innovation Association, and Tarmo Ots, representative of the Estonian Ministry of Economy and Communications, have been appointed to coordinate the “Transport” policy area.

More information about the implementation of the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region.

EIT Urban Mobility – an initiative of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT)

Founded in 2019, the organization aims to become the largest European initiative transforming urban mobility towards climate neutrality. The Transport Innovation Association joined in 2024 and will seek to attract additional funding from the Horizon Programme to implement green solutions in Lithuanian cities.

This international participation is funded by the Recovery and Resilience Facility under the New Generation Lithuania Plan and the State budget of the Republic of Lithuania.

Transport Innovation Association representative – Partner for Development and Project Delivery Inga Ablingienė, e-mail: inga.ablingiene@tiasoc.eu

More information about EIT Urban Mobility.

Ready4eFTI

A cluster created by the initiative of association, businesses and non-governmental organizations of the Baltic Sea region – Readt4eFTI, which aims to exchange information and participate in calls to test and implement eFTI platforms, the aim of which is to create a smooth data ad document exchange corridor between the Nordics, Baltic States, Poland and other EU countries.

Interested parties are invited to join the memorandum.

Transport Innovation Association representative – Partner for Development and Project Delivery Inga Ablingienė, e-mail: inga.ablingiene@tiasoc.eu

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