SCANDRIA I

The Scandinavian-Adriatic Corridor For Growth And Innovation

 

Lead Partner:

Joint Spatial Planning Department
Berlin-Brandenburg, Potsdam, Germany

Contact:

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Duration:

06/2009 – 09/2012

Website:

www.scandriaproject.eu



Within the three years of cooperation the 19 Scandria® partners fostered green and innovative development in the transport Corridor between the Baltic and the Adriatic Sea and promoted the Corridor as a new European economic core area.


As main result of the cooperation, the Scandria® Action Program on the Development of the Scandria®Corridor was created. It defines a vision of the Scandria®Corridor in the year 2030 in three target-areas:

  • smart, green and inclusive innovation and growth,
  • a modern, competitive and sustainable transport system,
  • a corridor of cooperation.


Moreover the project contributes to European and Baltic Sea Region Development with a number of results and strategic outcomes:


The Scandria® partnership addressed relevant policy stakeholders formulating recommendations and propositions by position papers (e.g. on TEN-T policy) and by organising policy events in Berlin and Brussels. Within the Scandria® Flying Conference, 40 participants over three days travelled from Berlin via Rostock-Gedser to Copenhagen and Malmö, holding discussions along the way with stakeholders from policy, business, science and administration. So the Scandria®Corridor became visible and active.

 

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FACTS &

FIGURES

BALTIC SEA REGION PROGRAMME 2007–2013
  • EU Funds: 208 million Euro  (+ 23 million Euro ENI)

  • Participating states:
    Belarus, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Poland, Sweden, Russia

 

PRIORITIES
  • Fostering innovations

  • Internal and external accessibility

  • Balic Sea as common resource

  • Attractive & competitive cities and regions