Commission publishes call for specific support actions for sustainable surface transport

December 17, 2003

Brussels, 16 Dec 2003

The European Commission has re-published a call for proposals in the area of 'sustainable surface transport specific support actions' under the Sixth Framework Programme's activity 'sustainable surface transport'. This is one of the areas covered by the 'integrating and strengthening the European Research Area' specific programme.

This call covers the following areas:
- promoting SME (small and medium sized enterprise) participation;
- stimulating dissemination and exploitation of results;
- realising the European Research Area (ERA);
- promoting candidate countries' participation;
- stimulating international cooperation.

In specifying the instruments to be used in these areas, the call requests the use of specific support actions. Proposers are advised to consult the full call text at the address below in order to find out the particular instruments requested for each area.

The total indicative budget for this call is five million euro.

To see the full details of the call, please consult the following web address:
http://fp6.cordis.lu/fp6/call_details.cf m?CALL_ID=21
Remarks: The deadlines for submitting proposal documents are 6 April 2004 and 22 September 2004.


Before contacting the Commission, proposers are strongly advised to consult the original call text in the Official Journal of the European Union at the reference below.

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