OJP4Danube counts with 14 Partners and 5 Associated Partners from 9 countries.

OJP4Danube brings together the relevant partners with different competencies and complementing focus in the project, while being aligned in the different partner countries to set up a strong cross-border multi-modal cooperation network.

Having this in mind the consortium is designed to fit the multi-level governance of the transport sector including national competences related to OJP, service providers in travel information provision, railway & public transport operators, as well as universities/research organisations.

AustriaTech Federal Agency for Technological Measures Austria
Traffic Information AustriaAustria
Railway Company Slovakia, j.s.c.Slovakia
University of ZilinaSlovakia
Regional Development Agency of Ljubliana Urban Region Slovenia
University of Maribor, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Transportation Engineering and ArchitectureSlovenia
GyőrSopronEbenfurt Railway Corp Hungary
GLI Solutions LLCHungary
Institute for Computer Science and ControlHungary
Electronic Solutions SRLRomania
Politehnica University of TimisoaraRomania
KORDIS JMKCzech Republic
Faculty of Transport and Traffic Sciences, University of ZagrebCroatia
Knowledge Hub Moldova NGOMoldova
DELFI AssociationGermany
Timisoara Metropolitan Transport Society (SMTT) Romania
National Railway Passenger Company “CFR Călători” – S.A. (CFR) Romania
Ministry of Transport, Infrastructure and Communications (MT) Romania
Republic of Slovenia, Ministry of Infrastructure, Land Transport Directorate, National Traffic Management Centre (MIS) Slovenia