Sustainable and Multimodal Transport Actions in the Scandinavian-Adriatic Corridor
The objective of the project is to foster clean, multimodal transport through the Scandinavian-Mediterranean Core Network Corridor regions to increase connectivity and competitiveness, while at the same time minimising the negative environmental impact induced by transport activities.
North Sea Baltic Connector of Regions
The project aims to improve the sustainable accessibility of the Eastern Baltic Sea Region to freight and passenger transport. It underlines the importance to link the input from transport operators and the business sector to the improvement of interoperability and proposes their view on measures needed to remove bottlenecks in border crossing areas.
Enhancing freight Mobility and logistics in the BSR by strengthening inland waterway and river sea transport and proMoting new internAtional shipping services
TENTacle - Capitalising on TEN-T core network corridors for prosperity, growth and cohesion
The Baltic Sea Region is crossed by three core transport network corridors (CNCs), which together have the potential to stimulate positive effects beyond the pure transport sector and beyond the immediate territories they cross. The project aims to improve stakeholder capacity to reap benefits of the implementation of CNCs.
Mitigating the effects of emergencies in Baltic Sea Region ports
Harbours, terminals and storage facilities, including those for dangerous goods are often located close to residential areas, thus potentially exposing a large number of people to the consequences of accidents. The project aims at mitigating accidents and emergencies in seaports in the Baltic Sea Region, all handling large volumes of cargo and passengers.
RTF - Using ferry real time information to optimise intermodal transport chains in the Baltic Sea Region
The project makes real-time information about ferry delays, cancellations and travel time prognoses available to travel planning systems that cover different modes of transport. Real-time travel information is an immensely dynamic field – and ferry transportation is currently at risk of being left behind. The project sets up a collaborative data hub for real-time ferry information to be used for smoother transport of goods and people in the Baltic Sea region.