Scandinavian-Adriatic Corridor (Scandria®Corridor)

The Scandinavian-Adriatic Corridor, also known as Scandria®Corridor, is an initiative which promotes the shortest geographic link between Scandinavia and the Adriatic Sea.


It is supported by more than 100 groups from policy, industry and educational institutions, that have organised different transnational projects and initiatives, such as Scandria® in the Baltic Sea Region, South-North-Axis (SoNorA) in Central Europe, Transalpine Transport Architects (Transitects) in the Alpine Region or the North-South-Initiative of Chambers of Commerce.


The Scandria®Corridor is a part of the new TEN-T Core Net Corridor “Scandinavian-Mediterranean” and links to the Adriatic directly.


The corridor’s performance includes more than a dozen metropolitan regions with about 100 million inhabitants in the heart of Europe. The Scandria®Corridor provides developed infrastructure meeting the latest standards, providing sufficient capacities and best available technologies to handle cargo and passengers smoothly.


The joint vision is to work towards reduced carbon footprint transport by promoting intermodal logistic solutions, introducing eco-friendly technologies and infrastructures.

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THE SCANDRIA®CORRIDOR...
  • … is an important part of the Trans-European Transport Network.

  • ... is connecting 11 states and 7 capitals forming the highest density of Capital Regions in Europe.

  • ... links diverse cultural traditions and some of the most innovative regions worldwide.