In light of the current revision process of the TEN-T guidelines, the importance of urban nodes has increased significantly. Above all, the number of urban node classified cities could rise from current 88 to more than 420. This will entail new challenges for cities all around Europe as the status of an urban node comes with a number of requirements set in the proposed new TEN-T regulation.
The dedicated Scandria®Alliance task force on urban nodes have studied the perception of these possible required commitments among existing/prospective urban nodes along the ScanMed corridor. Now we invite you to join our webinar, in which we will discuss these results and learn more from the European Commission and our members on how to navigate through these new proposed upcoming requirements.