InBridge 4EU aims to develop procedures to revise and enhance some of the normative criteria used to evaluate the dynamic performance of railway bridges stipulated in the Eurocodes and TSIs.
The shift to more sustainable mobility systems is one of the major priorities to accomplish the goals established by the European Green Deal to make Europe the first climate neutral continent by 2050. Railways play a crucial role in this regard, but it is essential to enhance the current resilience and capacity of the network, in particular from lifeline structures, such as bridges.
InBridge4EU is aligned with the European’s Rail Joint Undertaking (EU-Rail) overall targets
InBridge4EU is a research project funded by the Europe’s Rail Joint Undertaking, whose objective is to “deliver a high capacity integrated European railway network by eliminating barriers to interoperability and providing solutions for full integration, covering traffic management, vehicles, infrastructure and services, aiming to achieve faster uptake and deployment of projects and innovations.
InBridge4EU aims to communicate with the public as often as possible. Results, related events, and meeting will be announced here.
InBridge4EU was presented today at the In2Track3 Final Event, which is taking place in Stockholm,