The S.T.R.E.E.T partners come from Italy, United Kingdom, Slovenia and Austria, from public and private sectors and involved in several activities (vocational training, consultancy, transports and infrastructures, sustainable tourism).
They cooperate to give the participants a wide spectrum of competencies, both technical and transversal, and to improve the know–how and expertise on the themes of the projects.


 Engim_piemonte ENGIM Piemonte is a vocational training organization from Torino. ENGIM’ s main training fields are restaurant and catering, environment and mobility, ICT, communication and health services. In S.T.R.E.E.T., ENGIM develops the open source learning platform for the e-learning contents.
LOGO_TRANSPADANA_CMYK Transpadana promotes, facilitates and accelerates the implementation of the European rail way corridors in Italy and will share its know-how on mobility and transports being actively involved in the international and national discussions on this theme. In S.T.R.E.E.T. Transpadana is responsible of communication and dissemination of contents and results.
TEMPLATE_STREET.pptx Alpine Pearls is a network of 25 communities that offer carefree, yet conscious ways to enjoy holidays in environmentally friendly fashion and with a soft mobility. In S.T.R.E.E.T., the network will exchange good practices, promote the projects to its members in the alpine areas, involve the communities belonging to the network in the project activities, networking, exchange of competencies.
epn EPN Consulting is a threefold professional service: Innovative Network of Professionals, Consultancy and Business Hub on intelligent and sustainable transport systems. It works with Universities, SMEs, public and private organizations and will provide  S.T.R.E.E.T. partners specific competencies for the labour market and will support the organization of the training courses. It will be responsible for the toolkit.
 TEMPLATE_STREET.pptx Bled Municipality (Slovenia) is at the crossroad between two popular touristic destinations in the Slovenian Alps
– Pokljuka e Bohinj – which represents the main local economy resource. Recently Bled carried out several projects aimed at improving tourism in a sustainable way. Through S.T.R.E.E.T., Bled wants to raise awareness on eco-tourism and sustainable mobility.