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Published 27 Feb, 2019

Brussels to host Baltic Sea Region transport and development review

The three Interreg Baltic Sea Region (BSR) Programme projects, NSB CoRe, Scandria®2Act, and TENTacle, announced a joint final conference, Regions, Corridors and Urban Nodes – Competences, Capitalisation and Cooperation in the Baltic Sea Region, to take place on 6 March 2019 in Brussels, Belgium. The conference, a showcase of implementing the TEN-T Policy, will highlight the benefits as well as the challenges of infrastructure investments and regional development in the BSR. › Read more

Published 26 Feb, 2019

Regions, Corridors and Urban Nodes – Competences,  Capitalisation and Cooperation in the Baltic Sea

Interreg projects NSB CoRe, Scandria®2Act and TENTacle – A showcase of implementing the TEN-T Policy Joint Final Project Conference Brussels, 6 March 2019 › Read more

Published 22 Feb, 2019

TENTacle Fehmarnbelt Pilot Case discusses final results together with STRING

Joint event by the TENTacle Fehmarnbelt Pilot Case and STRING organization: On the 19 Febraury 2019, Port of Hamburg Marketing (HHM) as a partner in the EU Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme project invited relevant stakeholders from the Fehmarnbelt catchment for a final discussion on how to prepare now for the future fixed link. The event was co-hosted by the cross-border organization STRING, who sees the tunnel as a key element in establishing one Mega Region spanning from Hamburg to Oslo. › Read more

Published 25 Jan, 2019

Satellite and Drone Data Analyses Take the Development of TEN-T to New Heights

The TENTacle project aims to further improve the planning process and infrastructures measures. One of the pilot cases looked into the feasibility of new technology based on air- or satellite-borne Synthetic Aperture Radar technology (SAR) to take over future measurement tasks of the TEN-T network. By using such means, infrastructure bottlenecks - for example in ports - can be identified more easily and therefore support the improvement of terminals or the development of road and rail networks. › Read more

Published 3 Jan, 2019

Sustainable mobility planning in a shrinking city

Mobility is an important aspect of city planning, including Valga, which by its character is a shrinking city. Planning of such cities is supported by sustainable mobility. The study conducted in Valga by Hendrikson & Ko approached mobility from different aspects (modes of moving) and scales (from international to inner city level). Mobility was analysed both from the perspective of current mobility, but also from the point of view of potential mobility. › Read more