The beautiful alpine city of Innsbruck was the setting for the final project meeting of the ENHANCE project. The meeting took place on 13-14 January and it was hosted by project partners from the University of Potsdam.
During the full two days of the meeting, the project partners discussed the progress and status of the research as well as planned and organised upcoming activities. The case study teams presented the state of play and results of the 10 ENHANCE case studies. In addition, the partners gathered for a communication workshop to brainstorm outreach activities for the final period of the project. Policy briefs, ENHANCE book and opportunities to share the key learnings of the project were discussed.
The meeting included a visit to the operations control centre of the Austrian Railways (ÖBB), a stakeholder within the ENHANCE project. Established in 2008, the Innsbruck remote control centre is responsible for controlling railway traffic in the Western part of Austria. The ENHANCE case study Building railway transport resilience to Alpine hazards helps improve decision-making process among stakeholders with regard to alpine hazards. Read more on how ENHANCE assists in building railway resilience in the Alps.
Explore the ENHANCE website to learn more about the project and case studies and stay tuned for updates on final project results!