Introduction to the Fruit Basket, project Output Library

The Baltic Sea Region (BSR) Programme 2007-2013 financed in total 90 transnational cooperation projects covering a wide scope of themes. In order to share the work done with you, the Programme has created this online basket of projects – a Fruit Basket if you will (formally called the Output Library).

The Fruit Basket may be used for diverse purposes. For example, when you have a specific challenge in your area with regard to transport, you may want to find out what has been done previously in that area and you will most likely find useful documents that would increase your knowledge in the specific topic. Take your pick!

You searched for "Accessibility". 54 outputs found.

Project:
Title:
BALTRAD Network & System
Date:
Jan 2012
Description:
The BALTRAD Network is the world's most advanced international weather radar network. It is an element of the regional infrastructure for the BSR: an end-to-end weather radar network. It is based on the BALTRAD System which is an innovative ICT-based supporting tool. The software and its documentation, manual and case-log are available online.
Project:
Title:
Key Findings and Results of the C.A.S.H. Project 2009-2012
Date:
Aug 2012
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Description:
The C.A.S.H. Final Report features all the main outputs of the C.A.S.H. project. According to the project’s key findings, the European Community’s legislation on road freight transport safety should be drafted in such a manner that the statutes are defined uniformly across the boundaries of the Member States. It should also enable the harmonization of violations and the resulting penalties. In addition, uniform regulations and penalties should be drafted for securing of loads.
Project:
Title:
C.A.S.H. project’s findings and recommendations for BSR’s Traffic enforcement authorities
Date:
Sep 2012
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Description:
The findings and recommendations hold the analysis of day-to-day police work in different countries. The report describes the most fundamental differences between countries' systems of legal sanction as well as between the authorities of different countries in dealing with vehicles in technically unsafe condition.
Project:
Title:
Master guide on innovative visitor management solutions in protected areas
Date:
Jan 2012
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Description:
The master guide on innovative visitor management solutions contains all information to the planned and implemented investments of Parks & Benefits partner parks incl. technical descriptions, background information on user's needs, first results as well as incurred costs. The master guide is meant to be a compilation of innovative visitor management solutions inspiring protected areas in general in terms of a sustainable visitor management and high level of accessibility of parks.
Project:
Title:
Action programme on a "low impact" transport network in the Baltic Sea Region
Date:
Jan 2012
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Description:
The action programme integrated in the publication "Natural heritage in the Baltic Sea Region -Challenges & solutions for sustainable transport to/within protected areas" provides new insights into sustainable mobility and barrier-free access related issues in protected areas. The programme comprises an analysis of international standards & best practices (public transport, carrying capacity of visitor hot spots, information material etc) as well as a SWOT analysis of local settings in P&B partner parks incl. recommendation for future improvements.
Project:
Title:
Ecoregion Perspectives: Sustainable Energy and Transportation Systems
Date:
Nov 2011
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Description:
This joint publication links the sectors of energy and transport due to the current challenge of shifting the energy and transport sectors to sustainable practices. It requires integrated efforts and the implementation of new practices, both in energy and transport. Therefore, some technical topics like bioethanol, biodiesel, biogas, hydrogen, are of common interest in energy and transport whereas others are more sector specific.
Project:
Title:
Scandria Investment Strategy
Date:
Jun 2012
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Description:
The investement strategy provides an understanding of the infrastructure system in the Scandria corridor and of development priorities concerning investments into intermodal nodes, railway infrastructure as well as road based infrastructure for heavy goods vehicle transport. Special emphasize has been laid to reducing environmental impacts like CO2-emissions through modal shift or replacement of fossile fuels in road transport.
Project:
Title:
Logistics Business Development Strategy
Date:
Jun 2012
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Description:
The logistics business development strategy is a description of logistics potentials in the Scandria corridor and its development opportunities. Bringing together national / regional logistics strategies and defining six goals for logistics development in the Scandria Corridor: Goal 1: Improved competitiveness and marketing Goal 2: Development of “value-added services” Goal 3: Reduced climatic and environmental impact Goal 4: Promotion of innovative transport technologies Goal 5:Improved competitiveness of rail and combined transport Goal 6: Higher logistics competence
Project:
Title:
Scandria Action Program
Date:
Nov 2013
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Description:
The Scandria Action Program defines the vision of the Scandria Corridor aiming at: - smart, green and inclusive innovation and growth, - a modern, competitive and sustainable transport system, - a corridor of cooperation. For each of these thematic pillars, concrete action proposals were agreed. The Scandria Action Program contains the proposal to set up a Scandria.Alliance that fosters further development of the Scandria Corridor.
Project:
Title:
Macroregional Transport Action Plan
Date:
Sep 2012
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Description:
An action plan document prepared by TransBaltic in cooperation with umbrella projects (available at: www.transbaltic.eu/). The MTAP is a 2012 edition document (will be regularly updated by ongoing projects), which contains policy actions needed to create better interfaces between national transport networks and to make the BSR transport system more resilient to future changes. Recipient: national and regional authorities; pan-Baltic organisations; ECOM, transnational and cross-border projects in the BSR and other macroregions
Project:
Title:
BSR transport blueprints
Date:
Sep 2012
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Description:
set of 5 brochures presenting generalised results of pilot business solutions tested in WP5 (www.transbaltic.eu/reports-results/); the concepts on one hand contribute to a better transport co-modality, with more integrated road, rail and waterway infrastructures, and on the other – stimulate sustainable regional growth. Content: introduction to the task, background and challenges, objectives, key activities, key results, actions to bring the results further Recipient: COM, nat/reg authorities, business stakeholders, other macroregions
Project:
Title:
Vision and optimum path to achieve an integrated transport system in the BSR
Date:
Jan 2012
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Description:
2030 vision of the integrated transport system in the BSR consolidated of past proposals by several pan-Baltic organisations, and the green transport scenario as an optimum path for the public and private stakeholders in the BSR. The concepts are available in documentation from TransBaltic Conference 2011 and TransBaltic Policy Report 2011 (www.transbaltic.eu/reports-results/). Recipient: pan-Baltic organisations; national and regional authorities
Title:
The "Baltic Biogas Foresight": Biogas production options and potential for the Baltic Sea Region.
Date:
Mar 2013
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Description:
Without stable and secure biogas supply, no transport company will commit to invest in biogas as fuel. Studies show that the production potential is often more than ten times as high as actual production. Traditionally, biogas is produced from wastewater treatment plants and landfills, since investment costs in these sectors are relatively low. Other possibilities to produce biogas are also examined to meet the increasing demand in the region, largest potential exists in the agricultural sector. Technical improvements in order to improve energy efficiency have been studied.
Project:
Title:
National Action Plans for the Application of Guidelines
Date:
Oct 2012
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Description:
The aim of the National Action Plan is to support implemention of the procedures relating to road infrastructure safety management inspection, outline political, legislative, governmental, administrative measures/means and prepare schedule of implementation/adaptation of such measures and means. Other aspects as “Requirements for the legal/natural person implementing the mentioned procedures” and “System for training/education of auditors and inspectors” are defined in this output and annexes.
Project:
Title:
Ranking of High Accident Concentration Sections and Network Safety Ranking
Date:
Jan 2012
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Description:
“Network safety ranking” (NSR) means a method for identifying, analysing and classifying parts of existing road network according to their potential for safety development and accident cost savings. “Ranking of high accident concentration sections” (RHACS) means a method to identify, analyse and rank sections of road network which have been in operation for 3–5 years and upon which a large number of fatal/injury accidents in proportion to the traffic flow or compared to respective conditions have occurred.
Title:
Biogas bus use and operational experiences
Date:
Mar 2013
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Description:
The paper covers operational experiences from biogas bus use, evaluation of technological development and verification of biogas emissions. The Baltic Biogas Bus project has specified the requirements for producers to meet high expectations from biogas bus producers. Emission measurements provide clear evidence of the positive environmental benefits of using biogas as transport fuel. Technological development among producers and improved knowledge among end users show that the cost of using biogas buses is now at par with conventional diesel buses.
Project:
Title:
Recommendations for Road Safety Impact Assessment
Date:
Dec 2011
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Description:
Road Safety Impact Assessment is an initial part of road infrastructure safety management systems. This report describes the scope of Road Safety Impact Assessment procedures, provides detailed recommendations on qualification of auditors, implementation and execution of procedures for EU member states.
Project:
Title:
Road Safety Audit - Good Practice Review for Implementation
Date:
Oct 2011
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Description:
Implementation-tailored review of Road Safety Audit has been made. Best practices in procedures, elements, essential documents and training content of interest for the Baltic countries are presented.
Project:
Title:
Training Programme in Road Infrastructure Safety Management
Date:
Oct 2012
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Description:
Trainings in road safety are one of the key issues to systematically improve and evaluate improvements in road infrastructure safety. Continuously performed and updated trainings in road safety are expected to have a positive effect on personal, local, regional and national level. This document gives some useful input for trainings in road safety infrastructure management, including lessons learned from the BALTRIS project and some recommendations.
Project:
Title:
Action plans for transnational business registration in BSR countries
Date:
Dec 2012
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Description:
The action plan drafts a scenario for the optimal multilateral business registration process. The ideal procedure was used as a target state, on which basis it was evaluated, which conditions need to be changed or adapted in each country and in the co-operation between the countries to reach this target state. As a result, step-by-step recommendations for necessary changes/adaptation of legal frames and regulations to facilitate a cross-border business registration process in 6 countries (BY, EE; DE, LV, DK, FI) were stated. The plan is attached as output_2.
Project:
ACL
Title:
Brochure ACL - Results and recommendations
Date:
Feb 2014
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Description:
The final ACL brochure summarizes the studies that have been conducted in 30 months of project lifetime and the resultant recommendations for action. Interviews with project partners and the business sector as well as a retrospect on how ACL promoted transnational cooperation in the southern and eastern Baltic Sea region round the final brochure out.
Project:
ACL
Title:
Strengthening the logistic sector in the Baltic Sea Region
Date:
Feb 2014
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Description:
In this brochure four Logistics centres from Germany, Denmark and Belarus are analysed in detail. An assessment of the experience gathered at these sites serves as a basis for the formulation of general recommendations for building, implementing and operating logistics centres. In addition two best practice IT solutions for transport management, developed by ACL, are illustrated.
Project:
ACL
Title:
PORTlog - virtual freight village
Date:
Jun 2013
Description:
PORTlog is a marketing platform for logistic service providers, developed by ACL and hosted by Port of Hamburg Marketing. The core idea is to act as a broker for professional contacts between service providers and (potential) clients. According to matching criteria, companies can be selected for specific purposes. It enables customers from worldwide to locate the right service provider in the warehousing, logistics or transport fields for their imports and exports in Hamburg and the metropolitan region.
Project:
ACL
Title:
Recommendations on the promotion of accessibility and connection of remote areas in the southern and eastern Baltic Sea Region
Date:
Feb 2014
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Description:
The core findings from the ACL project activities were adapted into specific recommendations on the improvement of the accessibility and attractiveness of the Amber Coast region. The recommendations have been defined for each country. It is mainly addressed to transport experts and politicians.
Project:
Title:
The BGLC strategy
Date:
Mar 2014
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Description:
The BGLC strategy for future work in developing the transport connections. The focus is on Green Corridor Concepts, regional economic factors, business models, pilots and last but not least – how to form a stakeholders forum. Include goals, measures and time plan for each area. The Strategy represents the views of both project partners as well as representatives from the industry and stakeholders from the logistic sectors and is of both short-term and in a long-term perspective. To be used for developing the area. http://www.bothniangreen.se/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/BGLC_Boken_20140317_2.pdf
Project:
Title:
Evaluation tool for wider economic effects of railway investments
Date:
Feb 2014
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Description:
Computable General Equilibrium models (CGE) are powerful tools in the assessment of economic impacts of infrastructure investments, but the use of these models is expensive and requires specific skills, software and knowledge. This developed tool (for Sweden & Finland) is an accessible tool that is simple to use but gives results that are based on comprehensive CGE-modelling. The wider economic impacts calculated by this tool are supplementary to the results of a standard project assessment (CBA). http://www.pirkanmaa.fi/files/files/BGLC/BGLC_WP_53_report_Final_12022014.pdf
Project:
Title:
Technical viability and market opportunities for innovative intermodal technologies for semitrailers
Date:
Jun 2013
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Description:
A study of technical viability and market opportunities for innovative intermodal technologies for semitrailers. The report includes a suggestion for a technical solution that could be used at a terminal to speed up the change between modes and therefore also lower the cost. Will be used by terminal owners, operators and infrastructure planners at regions and municipalities. http://www.bothniangreen.se/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/BGLC-task-3-2-Study-of-technical-viability-and-market-opportunities-for-innovative-intermodal-technologies-for-semitrailers.pdf
Project:
Title:
Corridor Management Structures
Date:
Jan 2014
URL:
Description:
Includes an analysis of what have been done so far in the area of Corridor Management and also the success factors from working corridor management structures. The suggested Corridor Management structure for BGLC is a structure open to all stakeholders to participate in thematic work. A strategic advisors group act as decision board. A secretariat will handle the administrative support. http://www.bothniangreen.se/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/BGLC_transport_corridor_management_structure-1.pdf
Project:
Title:
Green Corridor Manual
Date:
Sep 2012
URL:
Description:
The Green Corridor Manual guides to and identifies the basic elements, which constitute a green and efficient transport corridor compared to a traditional transport corridor. This identification will assist in improving existing corridors, as well as establishing new corridors. Therefore the manual can be seen as both an instrument for checking existing corridors, as well as a tool to improve or implement new green and efficient transport corridors.
Project:
Title:
Information Broker System
Date:
Mar 2012
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Description:
The Information Broker; an actor and a common information exchange, facilitating and promoting efficient information sharing for the benefit of the stakeholders in the EWTC and the environment, was developed and tested. It is primarily to be regarded as a switchboard – it enables access to data sources and services provided by data providers and service providers, but should neither collect data nor develop services. The technical design and requirements of the broker function has been laid out in the process of the work.
Project:
Title:
Intelligent truck parking strategy for the EWTC
Date:
Mar 2012
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Description:
This report is carried out as one part of Work Package 6D of the EWTCII project with the objective to develop a strategy for truck parking meeting the needs from both industry and society and map how Intelligent Transport Systems and Services (ITS) can be a tool to facilitate for drivers and help them comply with the driving and rest time regulations.
Project:
Title:
Establishment of the East West Transport Corridor Association
Date:
Sep 2012
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Description:
The first step towards establishing this structure in order to secure cooperation within the EWTC was to form an initiative group in December 2009. Then, in June 2010 at the Constitutive Conference, the East West Transport Corridor Association was officially established. Today, the EWTC Association is a successful triple-helix organization of stakeholders from the public, private, and the academic sector acting to promote the EWTC concept.
Project:
Title:
Joint railway concept in the EWTC
Date:
Mar 2012
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Description:
The aim of the creation of the Joint Rail Concept of the East-West Transport Corridor rail concept is broadening of business opportunities in the field of railway transport, achieving declared by the EWTC II project changes in transportation between the European and Asian markets and assuring smooth and seamless flow of goods along the corridor. The aim of the work was to comprehensively identify the principles and methods of the co-operation along the corridor.
Title:
Economic Outlook for the Air Cargo Market in the Baltic Sea Region incl. development strategies
Date:
Jul 2013
URL:
Description:
This output encompasses economic outlook for the air cargo market in the Baltic Sea Region and integrates consolidated development scenarios for the regional airports in Poland, Sweden, Germany, Finland, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia and Belarus. Scenarios include “Flying trucks” concept, which appears to be further promoted and accepted. Economic outlook studies are based on application of economic and ICT methods and evaluation of the statistical data.
Title:
Air Cargo Security Compliance Requirements
Date:
Aug 2013
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Description:
The guidelines integrate a guide on unification of standards within the air cargo sector of the BSR and air cargo security compliance requirements. It evaluates air cargo and supply chain security procedures that will enable airports and stakeholders in the BSR to be accepted as having equivalent security procedures to those in the EU Member States and a review of the air cargo security regulations and the role for the BSR. The guideline is dedicated for and integrates airport management and/or operational body incl. directly involved and related transport logistics service providers.
Title:
To Be Concept on Air Cargo Transport Information System
Date:
Dec 2012
URL:
Description:
The concept describes state-of-the-art framework and outlines future potential in the participating regions across the BSR regarding ICT development within the air cargo related logistics sector. The operational and functional range of the Baltic.AirCargo.Net platform is defined as well as the application of real-life case. The guideline is dedicated to, in particular, airport service providers, such as airlines, airport logistics centers, integrators, freight forwarding companies and local authorities, etc.
Title:
Development scenarios for regional airports incl. "flying trucks" concept and marketing strategies
Date:
Jul 2013
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Description:
Development scenarios for regional airports of the BSR are showcased for Poland, Sweden, Germany, Finland, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia and Belarus. Scenarios include “Flying trucks” concept, which appears to be one of the most promising. Development scenarios for regional airports include current status analysis (economic performance data) and future development potential. Further components integrated in the development scenarios are marketing business actions and strategy propositions for regional airports that would foster air cargo sector development incl. regional economic development.
Project:
Title:
Sulphur regulation in the baltic sea -scenarios for the Mid Nordic Region, threats and opportunities
Date:
Jan 2013
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Description:
A study of the consequences of the stricter sulphur limits in northern Sweden, Finland and Norway. The study is based on known facts but also on analyses and estimates from academy, industry and authorities. The report covers three perspectives, Maritime, Industry and Logistics. The consequences, threats, and opportunities are elaborated with the time scenarios 2020 and 2030, but starting in the current situation 2012 and what most likely will happen in 2015; lowering the limit of Sulphur emission from 1% to 0,1% in northern Sweden, Finland and Norway.
Project:
Title:
All pieces in place -regional economic study in bottlenecks and capacity gaps on the MNGTC
Date:
Mar 2012
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Description:
The investigation studies the bottlenecks, the need for measures in the Midnordic Green Transport Corridor, what potential exists in different scenarios and what effects these factors may have in Norway and Sweden. The study identifies the effects on society and regional development as a consequence of the proposed investments. The effects are described from the point of view of trade and industry, population development and settlement patterns, and service and possibilities for education.
Project:
Title:
The Midnordic transport study
Date:
Jun 2013
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Description:
The Midnordic Transport Study analysed eastwest transport routes across the corridor and compared their competitiveness in regard to other routes in Northern Europe. The Study suggests the regions along the Midnordic Corridor focus their joint development efforts on logistics cooperation in exports to Russia. The St. Petersburg region alone offers notable export potential for consumer goods. With regional cooperation, it is possible to create competitive supply chains. The report are in finnish but there is a english summary at the project website.
Project:
Title:
Public Service Obligations (PSO)/Route Development Funds (RDF) application guidelines
Date:
Dec 2013
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Description:
PSO/RDF application guidelines enable regions applying guidelines into corresponding national laws concerning public service obligations in air transport. They give precise understanding what steps should be taken and what contents (e. g. what airlines with what kind of aircraft) should be considered when tendering a PSO/RDF route. With the help of application guidelines, routes being economically not viable, but resulting in positive regional economic effects can be sustained and initiated. Output is available on http://www.baltic-bird.eu/results-outputs.
Project:
Title:
Public transport service SWOT-analysis studies
Date:
Oct 2013
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Description:
Analysis enables regions/airports to improve intermodal connectivity giving the PP precise look on their strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats (SWOT) regarding current/future linkage of their airports with PTS. With the help of the analysis usage of PTS for accessing BSR airports can be increased; individual traffic lowered. So reductions of emissions of greenhouse gases per departing/arriving passenger can be achieved (ecological sustainability). Output is available on http://www.baltic-bird.eu/services/documents/category/55-results?download=423:swot-analysis-final-version.
Project:
Title:
Passenger (PAX) market potential analysis
Date:
Dec 2013
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Description:
PAX market potential analysis implementation folder gives in-depth analysis of regions’/airports’ potentials regarding new or specified routes. PPs received comprehensive analysis of new routes containing network, low cost and charter routes. Out of identified routes, PPs can target certain amount of routes/airlines to be approached. The analysis of focus routes were presented by several PPs to airlines and airport representatives at the Routes Europe Conference in Marseilles in April 2014. Output is available on http://www.baltic-bird.eu/results-outputs.
Project:
Title:
Joint airport marketing strategy toolbox
Date:
Dec 2013
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Description:
Joint marketing strategies provide regions/airports with a toolbox of marketing strategies to attract airlines to set up new flight routes. PPs and airports in the BSR receive information what marketing strategies could be of the essences for what kind of airport aiming at what kind of target group. PPs learn how to approach airlines, how to make the airport attractive for PAX and how to make politicians, civil servants, companies, tourism industry aware of the meaning of airports for the regional economy and welfare. Output is available on http://www.baltic-bird.eu/results-outputs.
Project:
Title:
Study on regional economic justification of PSO/ RDF
Date:
Dec 2013
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Description:
Output reveals the economic impacts of PSO/RDF routes to/from PPs airports and shows that those flight connections which in a first perception are not economically viable result in positive regional economic effects. PPs receive information about airport as “economic factor”, i.e. economic value of airport arising from the production of air transport services and about airport as “location factor”, i.e. catalytic effects arising from the consumption of air transport services provided at airport. Output is available on http://www.baltic-bird.eu/results-outputs.
Title:
Applying multi-level governance in transport planning and management in the Baltic Sea Region
Date:
Oct 2014
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Description:
A methodological framework (with challenges, key findings, steps to achieve the goal) for the macroregional cooperation based on the project showcases. It present solutions how to pool together the strategic transport initiatives and make use of their individual strengths; how to deploy the potential of territorial cooperation projects better and to ensure their results are incorporated in the national transport planning process). A methodological framework (with challenges, key findings, steps to achieve the goal) for the passenger and freight management based on the project showcases. It present solutions how to organise new cross-border infrastructure projects; to manage the dynamic transport development without a fixed link in place; to succeed with a corridor context in the national infrastructure planning process; and to stimulate the functional integration of cities served by a single ferry line. A methodological framework (with challenges, key findings, steps to achieve the goal) for the passenger and freight management based on the project showcases. It present solutions how to stimulate the commercial development of a multimodal freight corridor; to enhance sustainable regional growth along the TEN-T Core Network Corridors; and to ensure that intermodal terminals are strategically located in the transport network.
Project:
Title:
Report on structure and amount of Baltic maritime transportation
Date:
Aug 2012
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Description:
The report clearly shows, how from the year 2000 onwards Russia had become the main driver of transport growth. Big parts of cargo handling in Estonia and Latvia is transit mainly for Russia and including transit through Finland, nearly one third of all cargoes handled in Baltic Sea ports is foreign trade from Russia. Therefore, Russian economic development has a major impact on the development of maritime transport in the Baltic Sea, and through the associated infrastructure development, its accessibility.
Project:
Title:
Short Sea Shipping in the Baltic Sea Region: Freight volumes and the potential of 45' containers
Date:
May 2014
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Description:
A pioneer study presenting an overview of the feeder and short sea market in the BSR, importance of the short sea shipping (SSS) for the EU transport policy goals, consequences of the Sulphur Directive, main actors in the SSS market and competitiveness factors. The study serves as a background for the discussions with stakeholders on the short sea shipping tendencies and policy/market enhancement. It was quoted in several media channels.
Project:
Title:
A short sea shipping model for the Germany – Finland supply chain
Date:
Oct 2014
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Description:
A short sea shipping model developed in cooperation with the market and public players from the two countries. It presents how to integrate deep sea and short sea layers on relatively long distances (as exemplified by the Germany – Finland supply chain) to save transport costs and reduce CO2 emissions, with the same logistics services.
Project:
Title:
Business plan to boost intermodal services in the ACE Green Corridor
Date:
Oct 2014
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Description:
A business plan to establish an eco-friendly and efficient corridor for intermodal transport of seafood, consumer goods and industrial products from Northern Norway to markets and processing industry in Continental Europe. The plan presents measures to boost intermodal services in the ACE Green Corridor along the route Bodø-Trondheim-Hallsberg/Örebro-Alvesta-Karlskrona (found the best alternative for today’s road logistics solutions).
Project:
Title:
Macroregional Transport Action Plan (2014/2015 update)
Date:
Oct 2014
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Description:
Update of the MTAP document (2014/2015) with adjusted policy actions no. 2, 6, 7, 10 and a new measure (No. 21, on fostering the short sea shipping in sea-crossing transport corridors in the BSR), based on results of the testing/validation actions in the public-market environment. The document presents also new transport policy developments (e.g. on core network corridors) and their consequences for the BSR.
Project:
Title:
Rail Baltica Growth Strategy
Date:
Jun 2013
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Description:
The Strategy is the summary of the work that has been done within the RBGC project and concludes the first phase of the collaboration of cities, regions, universities and other stakeholders in the promotion of the Rail Baltic transport and growth corridor.
Project:
Title:
Report: Crucial agents in private passenger and freight transport
Date:
Feb 2013
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Description:
The objective of the study was to identify the crucial agents in private passenger and freight transport within the Baltic Sea Region, and to assess their growth prospects against the transport network in this area, with particular attention to the Rail Baltica railway.
Project:
Title:
Study: Enhancing Accessibility of Rail Baltica Influence Area - Standpoints of Public Sector
Date:
Nov 2011
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Description:
The study had 4 main objectives. It examined the public sectors’ viewpoints towards Rail Baltica (RB) alignment and evaluated the potential and need for it. Further, the aim was to clarify the overall attitude towards RB, and to research the decision-making processes in case countries. The empirical section was conducted in two parts. First, the viewpoints of public sector representatives were unfolded utilizing semi-structured theme interviews. In addition, an Internet-based questionnaire was sent to all interviewees.