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PA Transport of the EUSBSR calls for coordination of national transport policies and actions to ensure a harmonised transnational development of the transport system. The ensured thematic focus and established links between the above initiatives helped achieve certain stage of coordination and complementarity. However, fuller integration of the approaches, which would enable better development and ...
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LO-PINOD aims to enhance multi-modal accessibility and interconnectivity of ports of regional importance. The project will focus on three aspects:·         INLAND - A transnational investment preparation approach for inland connections will trigger significant investments and allow assessing suitability of existing national and EU policies and improving them; ·         PORTS - Building a joint kno ...
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... was a follow up of the EWTC project completed in 2007, with the overall aim to highlight the development of a ”Green Corridor Concept” as a best practise case in the European context. Green transport corridors are defined as a concentration of freight traffic between major hubs and by relatively long distances where short sea shipping, rail, inland waterways and road complement each other to enab ...
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... ill suffer the effects from a major oil spill. The question is WHEN! In the coastal zones there are many interests that need to co-exist in a sustainable way e.g. residential areas, tourism, transportation, fishing, oil pipelines and wind parks. In case of an oil spill it is the people and business in the local coastal regions that will suffer from maritime pollution. The clean-up work will also b ...
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Oversize Baltic (Oversize)

Start date: Jun 30, 2009, End date: Jun 29, 2011,

Oversize cargos – constitute an economically important segment of commercial haulage. They include exceptionally large and heavy indivisible cargos such as electric transformers, reactor vessels, wind mills or airplane fuselage - which is usually a part of advanced infrastructural high priority energy and technology projects. Oversize transport often needs to travel considerable distance; in many ...
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BALTIC SEA INFORMATION MOTORWAYS (BaSIM)

Start date: Aug 31, 2004, End date: Dec 30, 2007,

Shipment of goods in the BSR increases and will grow in the future even faster. The concept of Baltic Sea Motorways along transnational transport corridors will be based on strong cooperations between players in the transportation field as well as on industry side. Improvement of productivity and competitiveness needs the development both physical and information infrastructure. The first being ad ...
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... l and regional perspectives. This included measures to improve the prevention and the preparedness for ship accidents as well as methods for managing the coastal zones.The issues concerning safe transportations, oil combatting and coastal management has a clear transnational link as they deal with the environment and transports which are transboundary issues in themselves. Through Baltic Master lo ...
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Baltic Gateway PLUS aimed at joint actions to implement and finance prioritised transport projects in the South Baltic Sea area. Focus was on infrastructure investments in the hinterland connections, as well as on implementation of intermodal services. The project involved 30 partners from six countries and had an overall budget of approximately 1 MEUR. It was implemented in the period 2006-2007.B ...
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East-West Transnational Transport Corridor in the S-BSR (EAST-WEST)

Start date: Dec 31, 2005, End date: Dec 30, 2007,

In the Baltic Sea Region, trade and traffic in the east-west direction is increasing dramatically. The need to develop sustainable transport in the east-west direction is therefore of outmost importance. The “East-West transport Corridor (EWTC)” between Vilnius and Esbjerg via the Öresund region, includes several TEN-T ports, road and railways links, parts of the Nordic triangle and Corridor IX B/ ...
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Transportation of passengers and goods increases dramatically in the South Baltic Sea area. However, existing infrastructure and transport solutions are not enough equipped to manage the growth in an efficient and sustainable way. The challenging development called upon joint actions among organisations in several countries and on various levels. In the Baltic Gateway project, regional and local a ...
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