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

Call for tender: Support services to the Scandria Alliance Secretariat

The Joint Spatial Planning Department Berlin-Brandenburg intends to award a framework contract on behalf of all members of the Scandria Alliance for support services to the...

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Chairs of Scandria®Alliance gather at cross-border freight conference in Oslo

The political leaders of the Scandria®Alliance participated in a high-level conference on cross-border freight transport in Oslo on 6 December 2022. They highlighted the...

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“Urban nodes – accelerators of sustainable and balanced regional development?”

Our #EURegionsWeek workshop on 11 October 2022 explored how cities and regions can use TEN-T...

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Members

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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