The partners developed a joint strategy for the use of clean fuels so that the corridor regions can build on this to adopt their solutions to the requirements of the corridors and develop European and national policies for alternative fuels. A roadshow on the Clean Fuel Corridor aimed at potential customers was able to demonstrate and communicate the potential of clean fuels for the regions
The project partners have also developed a multimodal transport perspective in order to gain better knowledge of the flows of goods that can be transported by environmentally friendly modes of transport. A multimodal service offer has been developed to identify concrete offers that could be realised along the corridor.
In the context of passenger transport, the information services of international public transport have been improved so that more international travellers opt for public transport. Relevant strategic insights have been disseminated to decision-makers through a dialogue between the strategic corridor nodes and contribute to policy-making at European and national level with regard to regional development.
In this context, the Logistics Initiative Hamburg has prepared a comprehensive feasibility study, which you can download free of charge from this page.
The Scandria2Act project, in particular a transnational conference in Berlin, contributed to improving communication between regional and European decision-makers. Scandria2Act succeeded in establishing a stable contact with the European coordinators of the TEN-T corridors. The project partners were invited to corridor forums organised by the European coordinator of the Scandinavian Mediterranean corridor. Beyond the project framework, the European coordinator for the North Sea-Baltic corridor was also closely involved in the project activities.
The project produced results in attracting new funding by strengthening the international networks created by the project cooperation, access to decision-makers at regional, national and EU level and a better understanding of the funding mechanisms. For example, Scandria2Act partners were invited by the European coordinators to develop financing proposals for the use of clean fuel in the ScanMed corridor