The Multimodal Traffic Management (MTM) Cluster is composed of seven European Horizon 2020 and Horizon Europe projects enabling network and traffic management for future mobility: FRONTIER, TANGENT, DIT4TRAM, ORCHESTRA, SYNCHROMODE, DELPHI and ACUMEN.

The cluster coordinates activities together, including panel discussions, webinars, workshops, joint sessions in the major Transport and Mobility events. MTMC aims to optimise the transport system and make it more resilient and sustainable through new means of network and traffic management, taking into account the new mobility trends appearing in the arena such as the Connected and Automated Vehicle mobility. The MTMC continues the work of the 4FRONT Cluster.

Common goals of the cluster

  1. Develop tools for dynamic transport demand management & supply optimisation
  2. Create innovative architecture and concepts of operations for an efficient, resilient and adaptable multi-modal network and traffic management systems
  3. Use innovative data collection and fusion techniques, leveraging on existing standards and methods for data exchange
  4. Develop multi-actor organisational and business models with shared responsibilities between different traffic management stakeholders
  5. Assess the impact of new technologies, including smart infrastructure and connected and automated vehicles
  6. Design and calibrate arbitration models for complex network and traffic management scenarios and multi-actor settings, including disaster management


Download the MTM Cluster Policy Paper on Navigating Data in the Field of Traffic Management


Some of MTM (previously, 4FRONT) Cluster joint activities as featured in our News & Events section:

FRONTIER and ORCHESTRA Final Event at the TRA 2024

MTMC joint stand at the TRA 2024

Kicking off the work on the revised Strategic Research and Implementation Roadmap for MTM – Cluster meeting in Brussels

4FRONT internal workshop on Data management

Joint session in the ITS2023, Lisbon

Joint invited session in the TRA2022

4FRONT Webinar


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