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TENTacle Final  Report: Realising benefits from the TEN-T Core Network Corridors – how, where and by whom?

This final report wraps up the TENTacle experience in boosting the development opportunities generated by the CNC implementation. It presents replicable know-how enabling public and market sector stakeholders – irrespective of the geographical location – to adjust their policy actions, governance response and business strategies to fully maximise the benefits and mitigate any threats
induced by the investment decisions along the corridors.

This report summarises the findings and recommendations from the EU Interreg Baltic Sea Region (BSR) TENTacle project, which aimed to increase the stakeholder capacity to capitalise on the TEN-T core network corridors for prosperity, sustainable growth and territorial cohesion in the BSR. The project was carried out during the years 2016-2019 in the partnership with 23 organisations
from nine countries in the BSR. The project, apart from macroregional analyses, contained nine pilot cases (showcases), displaying a variety of context-related opportunities to reap core network corridor gains in diverse geographical locations. Among these were:

  • Corridor node and transit areas: Fehmarnbelt Fixed Link (DE/DK), Westpomerania – Skåne (PL/SE), Gdynia transport node (PL)
  • Corridor catchment areas: Blekinge (SE), Vidzeme (LV)
  • Corridor void areas: Central Scandinavia borderland (SE/NO), Lahti – North Karelia (FI)
  • Corridor extension areas: Catching the goods transports from the northern regionsto CNCs (logistics hub function of the Örebro region), interactions between the CNCs and transport networks of the EU Eastern Partnership countries.

TENTacle general information:

TENTacle brochure "Connecting the Baltic Sea Region"
(developed by Innovation Circle Network)

TENTacle Newsletter 1 (March 2017)

TENTacle Newsletter 2 (October 2017)

TENTacle Newsletter 3 (April 2018)

TENTacle Newsletter 4 (October 2018)

TENTacle Newsletter 5 (April 2019)

Deliverables, studies and papers: