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  • 1. Develop a framework to establish a common understanding of operationalizing Open Science in Transport Put forward a common understanding of the main principles and practices of open science, identify the needs, benefits and means so as to ensure an appropriate and sustainable implementation and uptake.
  • 2. Map existing Open Science resources and see how transport research fits in Create a solid knowledge base on the implementation of Open Science approaches in transport research and exploit opportunities, synergies and integration with existing e-Infrastructures and emerging EOSC.
  • 3. Facilitate an evidence-based dialogue to promote and establish Open Science in transport Develop an Open Science in Transport Observatory and Forum of national, European and international stakeholders (from the public and private sector) so as to exchange ideas and share experiences and best practices for operationalising Open Science principles in transport research.
  • 4. Provide the policy framework and guidance for open science implementation in transport Consensually come up with, establish and promote the ground rules that will allow all stakeholders, existing tools and platforms, as well as resources and content to become an integral part of the Open Science in the transport research domain
  • 5. Engage a broad range of stakeholders in a participatory process for Open Science uptake Develop a uniform and common strategy for approaching and engaging with all key communities in transport research, engaging them in a co-design process to help ensure that Open Science and BE OPEN results meet their needs and are usable. Engage with international partners for sharing experiences and exploiting successful approaches.