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 Austria||Austria|
|Railway Company Slovakia, j.s.c.||Slovakia|
|University of Zilina||Slovakia|
|Regional Development Agency of Ljubliana Urban Region||Slovenia|
|University of Maribor, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Transportation Engineering and Architecture||Slovenia|
|GyőrSopronEbenfurt Railway Corp||Hungary|
|GLI Solutions LLC||Hungary|
|Institute for Computer Science and Control||Hungary|
|Electronic Solutions SRL||Romania|
|Politehnica University of Timisoara||Romania|
|KORDIS JMK||Czech Republic|
|Faculty of Transport and Traffic Sciences, University of Zagreb||Croatia|
|Knowledge Hub Moldova NGO||Moldova|
|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|