TEN and Corridor Nodes Managment Network-perspecti.. (TECNOMAN perspective..)
TEN and Corridor Nodes Managment Network-perspectives
Start date: Dec 31, 2002,
End date: Aug 30, 2006
The subject of TECNOMAN perspectives was to elaborate strategies for the development of demand- and future-oriented business location development in the TEN and TINA node regions, which react to the networked economy and facilitate the optimal economic positioning of each region in a transnational, functionally-defined cluster of cities and agglomeration regions. The project planned to contribute to a more efficient use of public funds in the field of integrated spatial and development concepts in node regions in the CADSES area. This especially applies to the field of demand- and future-oriented business location development. Due to an ongoing communication process all results were discussed among the project partners and thus influenced regional projects as well as focus and transnational results. So both the partner network and the transnational approach had a great impact on the results of TECNOMAN perspectives. Achievements: At regional level project partners elaborated contributions that were assigned to one of three specific thematic foci that dealt with topics of future-oriented business location development (focus 1: dealing with existing structures; focus 2: development of new business locations; focus 3: integrated spatial and development strategies for functional agglomerations). At focus level the results of the regional contributions were synthesised to three focus reports which again provided input for the transnational synthesis. This transnational deliverable consisted of three parts and was one core result of TECNOMAN perspectives. In addition a handbook with additional detailed information on this topic (part C) has been elaborated. It identified key elements for business location development (part A), which were derived from regional and/or focus level. Furthermore, the synthesis formulated policy options and recommendations at regional as well as European level (part B). Due to this approach the project partners of TECNOMAN perspectives elaborated results at regional, focus and transnational level, which had and (hopefully) will have an influence on business location development strategies at all levels. For example, the Viennese project ZEWISTA was a fundamental input to the city development plan of Vienna. The results of the Styrian project RESTBUL were an input for regional development programmes. And the results of DELOTRAX from the Chemnitz-Zwickau economic region were integrated in the Federal Transport Network Plan.
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