03 November 2021

At the General Assembly of the Scandria®Alliance in Berlin on 2 November 2021, the political representatives of the cities and regions confirmed their common vision: to connect regions, communities, and economies through clean and smart transportation. The founding members welcomed seven new members, offering them to intensify collaboration on climate-smart mobility in the years to come as an important contribution to the achievement of the Paris Climate Goals.


03 November 2021

On the occasion of the European Year of Rail, the Scandria®Alliance member regions presented their vision for rail transport in the northern Scandria®Corridor at the Scandria®Alliance Rail Forum. The event was held back-to-back with the Alliance's General Assembly in Berlin on 2 November 2021. The members underlined the importance of cross-border rail transport for the development of their regions and the fulfillment of Paris Climate Goals.


03 November 2021

Während der Generalversammlung der Scandria®Alliance begrüßte Guido Beermann, Minister für Infrastruktur und Landesplanung des Landes Brandenburg und Vorsitzender der Allianz, sieben neue Mitglieder.

Damit hat die Scandria®Allianz ihre Mitgliedschaft verdoppelt und besteht nunmehr aus acht Vollmitgliedern und fünf assoziierten Mitgliedern. Diese repäsentieren Städte und Regionen entlang des Scandria®Korridors mit insgesamt 25 Millionen Einwohnerinnen und Einwohnern aus Finnland, Schweden, Deutschland und Italien.

02 November 2021

Bei der heutigen Generalversammlung der Scandria®Alliance in Berlin vereinbarten  die Vertreterinnen und Vertreter der Städte und Regionen eine noch engere Kooperation. Mit der Scandria®Alliance soll der geografische Korridor zwischen Skandinavien und der Adria als Regionalentwicklungs- und Verkehrsachse weiter gestärkt werden. Guido Beermann, Vorsitzender der Generalversammlung und Verkehrsminister von Brandenburg, betonte dabei die Rolle des grenzübergreifenden Schienenverkehrs und warb für den Ausbau der europäischen Schieneninfrastruktur für nachhaltiges regionales Wachstum und den Schutz des Klimas.


10 Dezember 2020

Shipping and port operations are going to become autonomous and green


The Scandria Aliiance Working Group on Multimodality & Digitalisation organized a webinar on the potentials of Automation in Maritime and Inland Waterway transport on 2nd December 2020.
Presenters from the Port of Helsingborg, the Port of Venice, Berlin Westhafen and Kongsberg Maritime gave an overview of the state of the art on automation in waterbound transport.

The Joint Spatial Planning Department introduced listeners to the Scandria®Alliance and the Scandinavian Adriatic Corridor.
The 74 attendees representing regions from the entire Scandria®Corridor, from Norway to Italy, were briefed by the Port of Venice on a new planning software, which allows for a more efficient planning of railbound transport in ports. The Port of Helsinborg gave an insight into their strategy on automation, digitalization and electrification until 2035, with the goal to not only find more environmental-friendly solutions but also increase the ports handling capacity. Kongsberg Maritime gave an overview over the current attempts to develop autonomous ships within the H2020 project Autoship but also on other projects, such as the Yara Birkeland and the ASKO Sea Drones. BEHALA, as the operator of the Berlin Westhafen port, presented their A-Swarm project, aiming at developing autonomous vessel-units, that operate independently or in formation as one unit.

A few days after the 2nd International Ship Autonomy and Sustainability Summit, held by the European Commission, the webinar clearly showed that there is a lot of activities related to autonomous shipping in the Scandria®Corridor regions. The presenters clearly stated, that in this early phase of development, it is essential to collaborate to share knowledge. Especially for smaller market actors it is difficult to bear the full risk.

Documentation of the webinar is available here: