|Authors||Permala, A., Eckhardt, J., Laparidou, K., Mortimer, P.N., Tumasz, M.R., Hanžič, K., Castay, V., Herrero Tomás, D., Frindik, R., Milotti, A., Sakalys, A., Jarzemskis, A., Greičiūnė, L., Huschebeck, M., Lenz, P., Barrera, G., Jorna, R., Rizet, C., Schrampf, J., Boschian, V. and Wolters, P.|
The Best Practice Handbook (BPH) gives an overview about current concepts, strategies and actions in freight transport all over Europe. It is disseminating information on successful projects and practices to increase awareness and share experiences. It is enabling knowledge transfer and supporting transferability for best practices. The third and last Best Practice Handbook focuses on the work done over the entire project, with 157 inventory cases and 60 in-depth analyses. After four years of case collection a wide field of solutions is available. The main findings of the BESTFACT cases are cross-checked and summarised for each of the cluster topics. The consistent form of collection and information provision broadens the structural understanding of best practice cases. The synthesis of cases per topic shows that under consideration of barriers and framework conditions replicable impacts are achievable. Main editors are Martin Ruesch & Simon Bohne (Rapptrans) and Jacques Leonardi (UoW). Project leader is Marcel Huschebeck (PTV).