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Tentacle

Tentacle

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

Published 4 Dec, 2018

A new growth corridor in Southeast Finland – future growth hampered by conditions on highway 12?

Lahti Region Economic Development Agency commissioned a study from Taloustutkimus Ltd. which takes a closer look in the urban structure and impacts on the employment of the highway 12 between the cities of Lahti and Kouvola. Highway 12 constitutes another transverse connection in the South of Finland. › Read more

Published 27 Nov, 2018

Stakeholder seminar by the TENTacle project on ‘Long-term use of project results’

At the final stakeholder seminar last week (20–21 November 2018) in Gävle, the project partnership and the interested stakeholders discussed how results of Interreg projects have been and could be used in the future. › Read more

Published 19 Nov, 2018

Joint Final Project Conference – Save-the-Date

Regions, Corridors and Urban Nodes – Competences, Capitalisation and Cooperation in the Baltic Sea Region Interreg projects NSB CoRe, Scandria®2Act and TENTacle – A showcase of implementing the TEN-T Policy Brussels, 6 March 2019 › Read more

Published 12 Nov, 2018

TENTacle on how to capitalise on the Fehmarnbelt Fixed link investment

The TENTacle Pilot Case looked at the forecasted effects of the future FBFL investment on the Scan-Med Corridor for the routing of freight flows and - consequently - for the business models of the transport and logistics industries (incl. ports) in the impact area of the fixed link. This report covers the impact area of the FBFL investment, understood as the territory along the Scan-Med Corridor axes from Copenhagen in the direction of Hamburg and Berlin. It contains a summary of results of the conducted analyses, studies and stakeholder interfacing process within the Pilot Case. It also includes place-based measures addressing the development measures, both in the direct fixed link area and in the more distant parts, which might see negative flow displacement effects (e.g. loss of supply chains and outflow of production and service companies to better accessible locations). › Read more