Below you find a number of links to projects, organizations and other institutions relevant for the Scandria project.


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Brief description

Joint Spatial Planning Department Berlin-

The Joint Spatial Panning Department is responsible for regional development and state planning in Berlin and Brandenburg. It is also the Lead Partner of Scandria.

Ministry for Infrastructure
and Agriculture in Brandenburg (MIL)

The MIL is a „Ministry for city and countryside" with its several areas of expertise, such as urban development, housing, rural renewal, agriculture and forestry, transport and land use planning.

EU Projects

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Brief description Baltic Climate targets mainly small and medium sized cities and rural areas in all Baltic Sea region countries to support their development.

"South-North-Axis" complements the Scandria-corridor approach to the South and East of Berlin.

Transitects further continues the Scandria corridor approach from Berlin via the Alps to the Adriatic Sea.

TransBaltic promotes an integrated transport system and has been granted strategic status within the Baltic Sea Region Programme. Scandria closely cooperates with TransBaltic, especially in the field of Green Corridor development.

East-West-Corridor II develops a green transport corridor from the East to the West. Scandria and EWTCII closely cooperate in the field of Green Corridor development.

COINCO-North focuses on infrastructure development in the Oslo-Gothenburg area and is thus directly linked to Scandria. The Lead Partner, Oslo-Teknopol, is an associated partner of Scandria.

The IBU-project deals with Infrastructure and Regional Development in the Öresund region. Close cooperation with such an important interface is planned by Scandria.

The Interface project is focused on the development of attractive transport connections across borders within the South Baltic. As the project also deals with the relations Rostock-Gedser, intensive exchange is organized.

SuperGreen  is a Coordinated Action supported by the European Commission. It supports the EU Freight Transport Logistics Action Plan on Green Corridors Issues.