- Transport, logistics & economics
- Regional development
- Greening transport
- Shifting from road to rail
- Motorways of the Sea
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The term Scandria®Corridor stands for a geographic corridor, which represents the shortest link from the European North to the northern part of the Adriatic Sea. It is an important part of the TEN-T Scandinavian-Mediterranean Corridor, connecting a dozen metropolitan regions with about 115 million inhabitants in the heart of Europe.
As a strategic approach, Scandria® comprises not just an improvement of the infrastructure along the corridor, but also supports spatial development and economic growth by linking cities and regions with better interoperability of traffic flows.
In 2019, leading political representatives of six cities and regions along the corridor concluded an agreement to establish the Scandria®Alliance. As a permanent platform, the Alliance now serves as an arena for cities and regions along the Scandria®Corridor to collaborate on climate-smart multimodal transport connectivity at the interface to sustainable regional development.
As an instrument for the implementation of this strategic approach, manifold EU-funded transnational cooperation projects have been realised, starting with the COINCO project between 2005 and 2007. Click on one of the profiles below to find out more about the projects that have shaped the Scandria®Corridor initiative!