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Infrastructure - Project Structure in Detail

Action 3.1: "Development of intermodal nodes"

The Danish Region Zealand is the leader of Action 3.1. The desired output of this Action is a "Common strategy on the development of intermodal nodes in the corridor".

Research and case studies conducted by the different project partners include the following topics:

  • An optimised connection of the freight distribution centres in the capital region of Berlin-Brandenburg to north-south-traffics (TH Wildau)
  • Improvement of the intermodal infrastructure in the ports of Gedser and Köge (Region Zealand)
  • An optimised connection of the intermodal nodes in the Öresund region to North-South traffics (Öresund Logistics)
  • Improved connections of the ports of Halmstad, Falkenberg and Varberg to the rail network of the Region Halland (Region Halland)
  • Improved intermodal facilities in the Innoroad Freight Terminal Jyväskylä for handling larger cargo volumes to Central Europe (Jyväskylä Regional Development Company)

Action 3.2: "Improvements in rail traffic"

The German Joint Spatial Planning Department Berlin-Brandenburg is the leader of Action 3.2. The desired output of this action is an "Integrated concept on optimizing rail traffic in the corridor".

Research activities and case studies conducted by the different project partners include the following topics:

Action 3.3 "Optimised heavy goods vehicle traffic"

The Swedish Transport Administration is the leader of Action 3.3. The desired output of this action is a concept for optimized heavy goods vehicle traffic in the corridor.

Research activities and case studies conducted by the different project partners include the following issues: