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Scandinavian-Adriatic Corridor

GEOGRAPHIC

FOCUS

The Scandria®Corridor (Scandinavian-Adriatic Corridor) is an initiative that promotes the shortest link between Scandinavia and the Adriatic.

It is an important part of the TEN-T Scandinavian-Mediterranean Corridor, connecting a dozen metropolitan regions with about 100 million inhabitants in the heart of Europe.


Solar panel
© Øresund Org

TRANSPORT,

LOGISTICS & ECONOMICS

The Scandria®Corridor provides development infrastructure to meet the latest standards, providing sufficient capacities and the best technologies available to handle cargo and passengers smoothly. It demonstrates new fields of economic activities esp. for SMEs. Interreg IV B projects made efforts and potentials visible (see Baltic Transport Cluster).


Stockholm-Visitors-Board
Skeppsholmen
© SBR

REGIONAL

DEVELOPMENT

Innovative transport and logistics shall generate regional economic growth. Smart links between urban nodes and economic engines make regions more accessible by connecting to the TEN-T. In addition to this, smart regional structures help to avoid unnecessary transport.

 


Natural Gas Vehicle
© Volvo Trucks

GREENING

TRANSPORT

The aim of Green Transport is to optimise spatial structures, to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, by using renewable transport energy and supporting multimodal transportation and logistics.


GVZ Berlin South Großbeeren
© IPG Potsdam

SHIFTING

ROAD TO RAIL

In the long term, rail transportation is continuously increasing. It offers clean and efficient use of energy as well as safety and reliability regarding cargo and passenger transport. So a lot of projects and initiatives are focused on it.


Wustermark Port
© IPG Potsdam

MOTORWAYS

OF THE SEA

Shifting goods from road to ship 
will bring relief to the over-stretched European road infrastructure and will improve the access to markets throughout Europe.

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FACTS &

FIGURES

THE SCANDRIA®CORRIDOR...
  • ... stretches from Oslo and Stockholm via Berlin and Vienna to the North Adriatic.

  • ... is home to around 115 million people, one fourth of the European Union’s population.

  • ... generates every fourth Euro in the EU - total GDP of more than 3,000 billion €.