Published 27 Feb, 2019
Brussels to host Baltic Sea Region transport and development review
Gdansk, PL., 27 February 2019 – 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.
“Through the joint final event, the three projects aspire to reach the relevant target groups with the outcomes of thematic activities in such areas as: corridor urban nodes, clean fuels, multilevel governance for transport and regional growth, and regional impact of large investments in corridor infrastructure.”
On this occasion forms and collaboration of transnational intermodality will be discussed including the Scandria®Alliance and BSR Access project platform.
The event will see interactive discussions in the panels and with the audience. There are over 160 registered participants, including the European coordinators for the TEN-T core network corridors, members of the European Parliament, local and regional politicians and officials from the BSR countries and high-level decision-makers from the European Commission and the EU member states.
The event will take place on March 6th, 2019, 9:00-16:00, with an informal get-together on March 5th, 2019, 17:30-19:30, at Representation of the Federal Land of Sachsen-Anhalt at the EU, Boulevard Saint Michel 80, Brussels, BE. Post-conference, the Baltic Transport Journal will offer an article and a report with a summary of the event.
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