Connecting regions,
communities and economies
through clean and smart transportation

The Scandria®Alliance provides an arena for cities and regions
to collaborate on climate-smart multimodal transport connectivity
at the interface to sustainable regional development
between Scandinavia and the Adriatic Sea.

News & Events

The future of transport in light of the new geopolitical context

The 2023 General Assembly of the Scandria Alliance in Helsinki puts a spotlight on the resilience of the transport system.

Scandria®Corridor cities actively involved in European Mobility Week

Between 16 and 22 September 2023, the European Mobility Week is taking place. This is how cities in our member regions contribute to it.

Clean fuels in freight transport: Where are we? Where are we heading?

Representatives of various projects along the Scandria®Corridor explored decarbonisation of freight transport during our clean fuels seminar in Hamburg.


Our Positions

Scandria®Alliance position paper on revised TEN-T guidelines

In their joint position paper, the Scandria®Alliance members welcome the Commission’s proposal and suggest amendments that could further improve the effectiveness and accuracy of the regulation.

Vision for rail transport in the Northern Scandria®Corridor

On the occasion of the European Year of Rail 2021, the founding members of the Scandria®Alliance underline the importance of cross-border rail transport to their cities and regions and formulate joint objectives.

Key messages on clean fuel deployment

Our factsheet spells out key messages on what needs to be one to accelerate the transition towards climate-neutral mobility. It is based on an analysis of current developments in markets, infrastructure and incentives for clean fuel vehicles in the northern Scandria®Corridor.

Scandria®Alliance position paper in the TEN-T revision process in 2021

The members of the Scandria®Alliance have developed a joint position during the consultation process of the revised TEN-T guidelines in early 2021. Their position paper focuses on urban nodes, multimodal transport chains, a multi-fuel approach, cross-border railway connections and governance issues.



The members of the Scandria®Alliance represent cities and regions along the Scandria®Corridor with more than 20 million inhabitants from Finland, Sweden, Norway, Germany and Italy.

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